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  • Hannukah Michael Medved

    The New York Times slimes Hanukkah

    The New York Times recently challenged its Jewish readers by featuring a provocative, but deeply misguided column titled, “The Hypocrisy of Hanukkah.”
  • Bellevue Local News

    Driver crashes stolen car in Bellevue, flees scene, leaves behind injured passenger

    After eluding Bellevue police, a driver crashed their car along 120th Avenue NE, injuring a passenger. The road was shut down for hours for investigators to look over the crash scene.
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    Renton Police recruiting private surveillance for crime-fighting partnership

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    New earthquake bill from Sen. Cantwell 'critical to Washington state'

    A bill sponsored by Sen. Maria Cantwell designed to help states prepare for and respond to earthquakes was signed into law Thursday.
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    Gee Scott: Ken Norton's important role in Seahawks' bounce-back season

    As he does before each game, Seahawks insider Gee Scott breaks down three things he is hearing from players ahead of Sunday's Week 15 game against the San Francisco 49ers.
  • Inslee Dori Monson

    Dori: Jay Inslee rips off small businesses, shows hypocrisy in budget

    Jay Inslee's proposed new budget with its massive tax increases will hurt small businesses, homeowners, and families who have put their own children through college.
  • Reichert Local News

    Washington Rep. Reichert calls for end to congressional investigations

    Republican Congressman Dave Reichert said Wednesday that it's time for Congress to stop all investigations and focus on solving the issues facing the country.
  • Inslee Local News

    Gov. Inslee proposes capital gains tax, B&O tax hike, and modifying levy cap

    In his most recent budget proposal, Washington Governor Jay Inslee is proposing to drop a cap on levies, allowing them to fluctuate higher and lower in local jurisdictions.
  • Trump and Schumer arguing over shutdown Michael Medved

    Caravans and shutdowns are both unpopular

    Both President Trump and Democrats and Congress are making a mistake when it comes to the threat of a shutdown -- it's time for everyone to sit down and compromise.
  • holiday gifts Ron and Don

    Give experiences, not gifts this holiday season

    Why do we subject ourselves to the gift-giving ritual and what is gift-giving supposed to mean? Why not opt for the gift of experiences?
  • human heart Local News

    Human heart left behind on Seattle-bound flight

    Southwest Airlines says a Dallas-bound flight returned to Seattle last weekend because a human heart was left onboard.
  • orca Local News

    Gov. Inslee proposes $1.1 billion budget to aid Puget Sound orcas

    Washington Governor Jay Inslee is proposing $1.1 billion in the upcoming 2019-2021 budget to aid the recovery of Puget Sound orca which population is at a historic low.
  • Seattle rental boom, affordable housing, move-in fee, homeless Local News

    Zillow study: The higher the rent, the more homeless on the street

    Zillow is confirming what many have said around Seattle -- the higher the rent, the more homelessness. The real estate company's recent study shows two important income thresholds.
  • safeco field Local News

    How does food safety rank at Seattle's Safeco, CenturyLink Fields?

    Food outlets at major sports stadiums were recently ranked according to their health inspections. Check out how Seattle's Safeco and CenturyLink Fields rank.
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