Seattle Weather Summary: 72 degrees
KING Alert Center
Weather & Traffic
Hourly & 10-Day
Closings & Delays
School Closings Text Alerts
Beyond the Forecast
Seattle Traffic App
High School Sports Blitz
New Day NW
At the Border
Ben There Done That
Best of W. Washington
Explore the PNW
Saving the Orcas
About KING 5
Advertise with Us
Meet the Team
Jobs at KING 5
© 2019 KING-TV. All Rights Reserved.
Search for missing Bremerton mother continues
Bremerton police are asking for the public’s help locating a missing 30-year-old woman. Sherilyn Lee works as a security guard in downtown Bremerton, but never made it home after her shift last Thursday.
4,000 gallons of sewage spilled at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
Thousands of gallons of sewage spilled into Puget Sound on Tuesday, forcing a no-contact advisory for Sinclair Inlet and the head of Port Washington Narrows up to Lions Park.
Bremerton volunteers shovel clear paths to schools
Volunteers cleared sidewalks so students could safely return to school on Tuesday
Olympic swimmer Nathan Adrian diagnosed with testicular cancer
Olympian Nathan Adrian of Bremerton said the prognosis of his testicular cancer diagnosis is good, and he expects to be back in the pool in several weeks.
'Quincy Square': Bremerton seeks Quincy Jones' approval for public square
Bremerton city leaders hope they'll soon have an official endorsement for a $5 million public square from the man they plan to name it after.
Kitsap syringe exchange program faces uncertain future
Officials are questioning the effectiveness and ethics of Kitsap's syringe exchange program, which is running in the red.
Photos: Kitsap syringe exchange faces uncertain future
Ferry crew honored for rescuing man in Sinclair Inlet
Two Washington ferry workers received the Life Ring Award for their work rescuing a man swimming across Sinclair Inlet.
Bremerton emergency winter shelter opens Saturday
The Salvation Army's emergency winter shelter in Bremerton will stay open from December 1st until the end of March.
Bremerton shooting highlights problems in domestic violence restraining orders
An armed domestic abuser ignored a court order to turn his guns over to police, and in December 2017 two Bremerton officers nearly paid for that with their lives. The incident serves as an example of the dangers of not enforcing weapons surrender orders.
Bremerton shipyard's history with submarines traces back to WWI
By the end of World War I, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard had built over 1,700 vessels, including seven submarines. One of those submarines was the largest to have ever been built in the Pacific Northwest.
‘Explosive device’ detonated near Bremerton Municipal Court
An 'explosive device' detonated in a downtown Bremerton alleyway Wednesday afternoon. Part of the device traveled over 100 feet and landed on a sidewalk near the Kitsap Rescue Mission, according to the Bremerton Police Department.
Unsinkable boats built in Bremerton
These Bremerton boats have their own "life jacket."
South Kitsap School District covering school supplies for K-3rd grade
South Kitsap School District will provide basic school supplies for all students in Kindergarten through third-grade at a cost of about $30,000.
Parents struggling with daycare waitlists and costs in Washington
As the cost of living rises in Western Washington, parents have struggled to find affordable daycare options.
Navy estimates $1.5 billion pricetag to recycle USS Enterprise in Bremerton
It would take Puget Sound Naval Shipyard more than a decade to dismantle the Navy's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, according to a recently published Government Accountability Office report.
Stennis will bid farewell to Bremerton as Vinson anticipates arrival
The USS Stennis has been homeported at Bremerton since 2005
New bill would let servicemembers out of consumer contracts before deployment
Consumer protections would be extended to those in the military needing to end contracts before deployment dates.
Victim's mother hopes billboard helps solve Seabeck quadruple murder
The mother of a 16-year-old killed in a quadruple murder is hoping a billboard will help solve the case.
Chronic pain patients feel sting of opioid crackdown
New regulations meant to curb opioid addiction are making it difficult for patients with long-term chronic pain.
New ferry Suquamish could be delivered next week
Washington State Ferries is trying to remedy a cell signal issue before delivery
Washington State Patrol sees drop in distracted driver collisions
Washington State Patrol district 8 monitored distracted driving in Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Kitsap, Mason, Pacific and Wahkiakum counties and noticed a drop in collisions.
Political ad targets Bremerton lawyer who turned life around
After turning her life around, Tarra Simmons was surprised to see her story used in a political ad.
5 things: What's coming for fast ferries in the next year
New fixes and expansions coming to the fast ferry fleet.
Terms of Service
Your California Privacy Notice
FCC Online Public Inspection File
Closed Caption Procedures
© 2019 KING-TV. All Rights Reserved.