Stephanie Klein

Stephanie Klein

Website: http://mynorthwest.com/

Stephanie joined the MyNorthwest.com team in February 2008. She has built the site into a two-time National Edward R. Murrow Award winner (Best Radio Website 2010, 2012). Email Stephanie at [email protected]

Man stabbed in neck at Lakewood apartment complex

A man was stabbed in the neck at an apartment complex in Lakewood. Police say the suspect is outstanding.
5 months ago

King County Council approves fireworks ban in unincorporated areas

Beginning in 2022, fireworks will be illegal in unincorporated King County.
5 months ago

Seattle teen shot, killed upon answering door

A 16-year-old boy was shot and killed when he answered the door at his family's home in Seattle's Rainier Beach neighborhood Friday night.
5 months ago

North Seattle building on ‘fire watch’ after Wednesday blaze

Seattle Fire says a vehicle storage building in North Seattle is on fire watch into the evening after an earlier fire Wednesday afternoon.
5 months ago

Seattle Police Department details changes since George Floyd’s death

Moments after a judge read the jury's verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, the Seattle Police Department released a statement listing the changes it's made in the past year.
5 months ago

King County hovering just below Phase 3 threshold

King County is hovering right below the threshold for remaining in Phase 3, and the next reassessment date is May 3.
5 months ago

Lyrid meteor shower visible in clear Seattle skies

Besides boosting your Vitamin D levels, clear skies in the greater Seattle area in mid-April mean you can spot the Lyrid meteor shower.
5 months ago

Streets to close for walkers, bikers as Seattle students return to schools

As many Seattle students return to in-person learning on Monday, the Seattle DOT is planning to close streets to cars and open them to families walking and biking to and from school.
6 months ago

Hate crime charges recommended for Marysville threat against student

Detectives in Snohomish County have completed an investigation into a Lake Stevens man who allegedly threatened to kill minorities in a social media post on a Marysville student's page.
6 months ago

Skagit Valley welcomes visitors to Tulip Festival

For the first time since spring of 2019, the Tulip Festival is underway in Skagit County. However, visitors can expect new rules.
6 months ago

County health officer says COVID-19 cases are increasing across retail, youth sports, travel

While cases are dropping in long-term care facilities across King County, the health officer for Public Health -- Seattle & King County, says they're seeing increases elsewhere.
6 months ago

Edmonds man sentenced for throwing Molotov cocktail at Seattle police cars

An Edmonds man was sentenced to 40 months in prison and three years of supervised release for using Molotov cocktails to burn two police vehicles in downtown Seattle on May 30, 2020.
6 months ago

Debris from SpaceX rocket streaks across night sky over Washington

People looking up to the night sky got quite a show late Thursday night. Observers wondered if they were seeing a meteor shower or a UFO.
6 months ago

Northshore educator insists Seattle attack was hate crime, says legal system ignores Asian Americans

A local educator attacked in Seattle's Chinatown International District says she hopes the suspect will be charged with a hate crime.
6 months ago

It wasn’t a pipe bomb that shut down the Factoria Transfer Station — it was a mole killer

A tweet from the Bellevue Police Department on Thursday speaks to all those who've dealt with moles.
6 months ago

Photos: Seattle icebreaker Polar Star returns home from Arctic

The Seattle-based icebreaker Polar Star has returned home from a mission to explore the Arctic during the winter months. Check out some of the photos from their mission.
7 months ago

Washington lawmaker proposes swapping spring and summer breaks

With most children out of school for nearly a year, a Washington state senator is proposing that districts swap spring break with summer break.
7 months ago

King County Health Officer says we might see a ‘tsunami’ of COVID cases

Last week, King County residents learned they may be in the eye of a hurricane, as the number of COVID-19 cases continued to drop. This week, it's the receding tide before a tsunami. 
7 months ago

King County Health Officer: Drop in COVID cases the ‘eye of the hurricane’

While cases of COVID-19 continue to drop, health officials in King County are warning that the emergence of a variant and lackadaisical behavior could quickly send us all backwards.
8 months ago

Three mass vaccination sites in Snohomish County temporarily closed for lack of doses

Three mass vaccination sites will be closed Monday and Tuesday in Snohomish County for a shortage of COVID-19 vaccine, according to county health officials.
8 months ago

Over 10,000 people vaccinated for COVID at state’s sites in first week

The Department of Health says more than 10,000 people got their COVID-19 vaccine at one of the state's mass vaccination sites last week.
8 months ago

Shooting in Tacoma leaves 1 man dead, another injured

Police in Tacoma are investigating a shooting on Monday night that left one man dead and another injured.
8 months ago

9 of 10 US House members from Washington voted to impeach Trump

According to the Office of the Clerk, nine of Washington's 10 members of the US House voted to impeach President Trump on Wednesday.
8 months ago

2 Seattle police officers in Washington DC during riot placed on leave

Two Seattle police officers were placed on administrative leave after the department discovered that they were reportedly in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
9 months ago