Food insecurity is growing, even as the economy is starting to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Before coronavirus forced a statewide shutdown, the Tukwila Pantry Food Bank would serve less than 100 families on distribution days.
Q13's Matt Lorch reports.
How the non-profit organization Pioneer Human Services helps people get back on their feet.
Motley Zoo rehabilitates animals from around the world, and some pets they rescue are from meat farms.
A Seattle mom's Christmas miracle is a powerful reminder: You should never suffer in silence.
A Seattle family's Christmas story sends a powerful message: Never suffer in silence.
Santa Frank has been the Alderwood Mall Santa for 18 years, but a bout with Covid-19 has left him unable to light up children's faces this year.
Columbia Bank is collecting money and warm winter clothes to help those less fortunate get through the winter months.
A foundation started in memory of Kaci Edelbrock is making a big difference this holiday season.
For months, feeding frontline workers while also helping out local restaurants has been a labor of love for Ryan Dwyer. Frontline workers have been maxed out this year and Ryan is helping them out.
The huge success of the Q13 and Les Schwab toy drive speaks to the spirit of our region.
Organizers of the Lights of Christmas display say they had to find a way to keep the lights shining this year.
Organizers of a popular Christmas lights show have created a unique drive-through experience in Snohomish County.
A teenager from Des Moines, Washington had a dream to make it big in show business. How she went from dark horse to front runner in the entertainment industry and changed perceptions in the process.
REDMOND, Wash. -- In trying times, there are people doing their part to spread positivity any way they can.
EVERETT, Wash. -- As high schools find ways to hold commencement ceremonies amid a pandemic, a national trend is giving some seniors in Snohomish County an opportunity to graduate surrounded by friends - sort of.Cascade High School seniors were able to drive or ride to Everett Memorial Stadium Thursday, get out of the vehicle they came in and walk across a stage that was set up on the field.And while they weren't standing side-by-side with their peers, thanks to a national trend called "Adopt a Senior," all 381 registered seniors at Cascade High School were represented with their photo on a sign lining the graduation route.It was all possible thanks to family and community members.
There’s no doubt, many parents and grandparents are worried about their kids taking a big step backward, as school struggle with remote learning programs.
LAKE STEVENS, Wash. -- Volunteers are gearing up for a free drive-thru farmers market in Lake Stevens.It's happening Friday, May, 29, and if it's anything like last week, supplies will go fast.They plan to give away 6,000 pounds of potatoes and onions starting at noon.Volunteer and local realtor Jim Scott says the need is growing every day - and he's grateful to work hand-in-hand with the farms giving donations."We just happen to be working with Farmer Frog's in Woodinville, and they have these trucks.
Colorful and inspiring murals on boarded up shops and restaurants gave two Seattle Academy seniors an idea for their senior project.
Facing a deadly virus and the worst recession of our lifetimes, many people are feeling the stress of the pandemic and could use a pep talk. Thankfully, legendary Seattle coaches Mike Holmgren and George Karl are here to help.