A cougar visited the campus of Northwest Liberty School in Woodinville multiple times Friday, including one recorded on a surveillance camera. The noise startled principal Bob Hagin who was working in his office. "I check it out, only to see the cougar pawing at a window," Hagin wrote on Facebook. The principal said another window had a "lick mark on it." The Department of Fish and Wildlife were notified and assured the principal the animal would eventually move on. And it did.
Curious cougar caught on camera at high school
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Blizzard conditions shut down Hurricane Ridge visitor center
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Building the lower road in Seattle’s new double-deck tunnel
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A good-natured brush-off of Amazon
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Everyone's a social media comedian these days but lets give Washington State Patrol trooper C. Thorson props for creating a pretty funny phony public service announcement for "Blinker Fluid." Ranks right up there with snipe hunting.
A fast as crews could clear the snow Saturday, 25-55 mph winds kept Hurricane Ridge Road closed due to accumulation. "It is like being sand blasted," said a ranger. The video shows the visitor center buried by snow and the camera movement was caused by high winds.
Seattle’s new SR 99 tunnel has a stacked roadway inside. Crews recently finished pouring the upper southbound roadway. Now the lower northbound road is under construction as shown in this time-lapse footage. Unlike the top deck, the lower surface is built with concrete panels constructed off-site, each one weighing 22 tons. The pre-made panels are trucked into the tunnel, lifted with a specialized crane and joined together to create a functioning highway. The tunnel was created by the huge drilling machine Bertha as part of the $3.2 billion Alaska Way Viaduct Replacement Program that is scheduled to be complete in 2023. Video courtesy of WSDOT.
A small plane towed a banner over downtown Seattle Monday that reads, "Hey Amazon, it's not you, it's us." The message is believed to be a jab from Little Rock, Arkansas, which recently pulled out of a nationwide search by the online giant to locate a second headquarters. The city is using its "breakup" to launching new branding campaign.
Now that the tunneling machine Bertha’s work is complete, it’s possible to fly a drone with a video camera from end-to-end inside Seattle’s SR 99 tunnel. In two minutes, you’ll see two miles of ongoing construction work. The upper roadway of the tunnel’s double-deck highway is more than 85% complete. Up next? Installation of the lower roadway, and all the systems it takes to operate a modern tunnel. Video courtesy of WSDOT.
Eagle Falls, a once-beautiful popular recreation area on the Skykomish River near Highway 2, has become an incubator for graffiti and vandalism. At 1p.m. on Aug. 5, volunteers have been invited to bring wire brushes to scrub graffiti from the heavily-tagged granite banks.
A 30-year-old Bonney Lake barista was kidnapped from the Hottie Shots Espresso Stand in Kent early Tuesday by a man with a knife. He forced her into a dark alley near the stand but was apparently scared off by a motorist.