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Message to residents: Use your air conditioner and you’ll be FINED
Message to residents: Use your air conditioner and you’ll be fined

Letters are being sent out to a neighborhood in Auburn warning of fines if residents don’t remove air conditioners from their windows.

Ten letters from the Lakeland Homeowners Association Board of Directors have been sent out to residents that warn of fines of $30 a day for not removing window air conditioners.

Ten things you may have missed last week

Did you stay caught up on local news last week?


Here are a few highlights:

  • New local landmark debuts outside Seattle Art Museum [story and video]

  • Man in double-fatality DUI crash has history of drunken driving [story and video]

  • Italy’s highest court overturns acquittal of Amanda Knox  [story and video]

  • Landslide threatens Whidbey Island homes causing residents to evacuate  [story and video]

  • Officer injured in Hoquiam shooting  [story and video]

  • New air show planned for 2013 Seafair Festival  [story and video]

  • We Day celebration recognizes thousands of students for their community service  [story and video]

  • Email to Kentwood High School threatens ‘blood bath'  [story and video]

  • Former Seattle council member Cheryl Chow dies at 66  [story and video]

  • Former Gov. Booth Gardner honored at public memorial  [story and video]

Stay caught up on local news by watching live streams of special events and newscasts on kirotv.com

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Anti-gun group wants Apple to dump gun emoji

Anti-gun group wants Apple to dump gun emoji

The group&rrett, told Fast Company, “The iPhone is ubiquitous.

It originated with Japanese phone carriers, and is now managed by the Unicode Consortium—a universal directory for all emoji that companies like Apple can choose to adopt, or not, on their devices.

"You’ve got to start somewhere,” she said, adding that fellow Unicode gun wielder Google could be targeted by the campaign at a future date.

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Ten things you may have missed last week

Did you stay caught up on local news last week?

Here are a few highlights:

  • Police say a Snohomish drug dealer lived large…while collecting welfare. [story and video]

  • Friends gathered to remember a Mountlake Terrace woman who died in a lion attack. [story and video]

  • Top-ranked Gonzaga earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history. [story and schedules]

  • A woman accused of shooting a coworker in Green Lake told police she believed he was playing a “game of manipulation” that she could never win. [story and video]

  • The local Catholic community reacted to the selection of Pope Francis. [story and video]

  • Following a four-day manhunt, police captured a man who is accused of killing his grandparents at a Renton home. [story and video]

  • Police say a woman was found dead after her husband made a chilling request of local media. [story and video]

  • Preliminary designs of the interior of the new Sonics Arena were unveiled. [story and images]

  • A 9-year-old Tacoma boy died following a suspected DUI crash involving his uncle. [story and video]

  • The FAA approved Boeing’s plan to fix the 787 battery system. [story]


Stay caught up on local news by watching live streams of special events and newscasts on kirotv.com

IOC meetings begin, 2022 Winter Games venue top of agenda

#WinterOlympic #WinterOlympicGames [KIROTV]The International Olympic Committee executive board meetings have begun, setting the stage for Friday’s vote to decide which city will host the 2022 Winter Games. The choice between Beijing and Almaty, Kazakhstan is the centerpiece of the weeklong meetings …
Facebook helps woman reunite with father

Facebook helps woman reunite with father

  New York: A woman from Seattle has been reunited with her father through Facebook after many years, media reports said. Tina Gomez shared a photo of herself on Facebook, asking viewers to share it to help her find her dad. She received a call from a man who saw the photo. He said he believed he was the biological father she was searching for, http://www.kirotv.com reported. A paternity test has…

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Facebook helps woman reunite with father

New York, July 27 (IANS) A woman from Seattle has been reunited with her father through Facebook after many years, media reports said.


Tina Gomez shared a photo of herself on Facebook, asking viewers to share it to help her find her dad. She received a call from a man who saw the photo. He said he believed he was the biological father she was searching for, www.kirotv.com reported.

A paternity test has confirmed the man is actually her biological father. On July 11, she shared over Facebook that she would be travelling to Vancouver to do a paternity test with the man who said he was her father - Ric Castellanos.

“He said, ‘You know I remember your mom, she was very beautiful, and I’m just amazed. I’m excited’,” Gomez was reported as saying.

On July 22, Tina received the results from the paternity test.

“I got the results!!! 99.99998 percent. Tears of pure joy! My missing piece in my life is over and now its a new beginning!” she wrote.

Ric Castellanos and Gomez’s mother, Alice, met in Lodi, California in 1977. According to Gomex account, they were together for two months, and then he moved to Seattle.

She expressed her gratitude toward those who helped her find her dad by sharing her story.

Is Fukushima radiation to blame for deformed daisies?

#news #fukushima [KIROTV]An image of malformed daisies left some people blaming the earthquake-damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan and experts offering up explanations for the oddly shaped flowers. Twitter user @san_kaido took the picture of the mishaped flowers about …