Russell Wilson’s two uncharacteristically awful mistakes in the fourth quarter, just when the Seahawks’ offense was showing its only life of the night, ruins an impressive performance by the makeshift defense in a 24-17 loss at Chicago. Seattle is 0-2.
A metal scrap yard caught fire in Tacoma early Monday. The fire department urged the public to use caution when inhaling the fumes. The Department of Ecology and Environmental Protection Agency is working to monitor the air.
Pierce County’s new 911 center, which was approved by voters in 2011, is scheduled to open in 2020. The $65 million project looks to be on budget, but has been delayed in large part due to site changes, South Sound 911 says.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department said a routine mosquito sampling taken Aug. 14, 2018 has tested positive for West Nile virus. It’s the first time the virus has been found in mosquitoes west of the Cascades, the agency said.
The FBI says a flight data recorder, cockpit voice recorder and human remains have been found among the wreckage of a Horizon plane that was stolen by a ground crew worker from Sea-Tac Airport and crashed on Ketron Island.
Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board, the FBI and Alaska Airlines were headed to Ketron Island on Saturday morning to gather evidence from the site where a Horizon employee crashed a stolen airplane.