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  • fast ferry Local News

    Fast ferry from Tacoma to Seattle could be reality by 2022

    A fast ferry service from Tacoma to Seattle could be coming in the next three to five years. The ferry would take riders around Vashon Island and into Coleman Dock in Seattle.
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    Cold: Experiment rules out possible origins of mystery evidence in Susan Powell case

    Josh Powell did not expect West Valley police to search his minivan on Dec. 8, 2009. Otherwise, he may have removed some items that investigators found, including one item that has never been identified.
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    Rantz: Gonzaga said no, Ben Shapiro is showing up anyway

    Despite Gonzaga University’s decision to bar a planned Ben Shapiro speech, he is going to show up at the Spokane university anyway. Exact plans, so far, are a bit murky.
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    Recent acts of hate in Washington are part of a 'dangerous' trend

    Recent arrests for alleged hate crimes have brought a focus to what some are calling a dangerous trend in America -- the rise in acts of hate against others based on race, religion or sexual orientation.
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    Seattle Archdiocese settles five more cases of alleged sexual abuse

    The Archdiocese of Seattle reached settlements worth millions in five cases involving allegations of sexual abuse by two former priests.
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    Seattle EMTs vote to strike without pay increase

    Seattle EMTs have voted to strike later this month, unless they can agree on a new contract with American Medical Response.
  • WSDOT accident Local News

    Crash on I-5 northbound near SeaTac cleared

    The three left lanes of I-5 northbound are blocked near South 188th Street near SeaTac, after a car struck a guardrail.
  • Jay Inslee, special session, Gov. Inslee Dori Monson

    Dori: No, Gov. Inslee, you're not Churchill, climate change isn't Nazis

    Gov. Inslee compared spending billions to reduce WA carbon emissions by a minuscule amount to fighting the Nazis in World War II.
  • pot shop law Jason Rantz

    Is changing pot shop laws now unfair to businesses?

    A Republican state legislator is aiming to include preschools and school bus stops to the 1,000 foot zone pot shops must exist outside of. But is it fair to businesses already inside of that buffer zone?
  • Discovery Park Fort Lawton Ron and Don

    Seattle's Discovery Park could be latest locale for low-income housing

    After going dormant for a while, a decade-old low-income housing plan is back on the front burner for Discovery Park's Fort Lawton area.
  • Ed Murray Seattle City Hall Dori Monson

    Dori: How can liberal Seattle have discrimination, harassment?

    The City of Seattle has created an expensive new office to deal with workplace harassment -- but how could a Democrat-run city government have these problems?
  • olympia homeless camp Local News

    Judge halts Olympia homeless camp, some allowed to stay

    The Olympian reported Tuesday that a judge has granted a restraining order on a homeless camp in Washington state's capital.
  • Porch pirates continue to plague Washington residents Local News

    Law enforcement on the hunt for 'prolific' porch pirates

    Car prowls and porch pirates are especially menacing during the holiday season when people flock to shopping centers, and websites, providing plenty of opportunities for thieves.
  • Sumas Local News

    Border Patrol agents seize 83 pounds of meth near Sumas, Canadian border

    Agents with the U.S. Border Patrol seized 83 pounds of methamphetamine after encountering two subjects with large backpacks east of the Sumas Port of Entry last week.
  • semi Local News

    All lanes reopen after semi truck collision blocks all SB I-5 traffic in Tacoma

    A dual semi truck collision on I-5 in Tacoma blocked all southbound lanes of the freeway, and two northbound lanes early Tuesday. One truck was attempting to pass another on the wet roadway and lost control.
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