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  • King County Metro employee arrested Local News

    Officers arrest King County Metro employee suspected of sex trafficking

    The King County Sheriff's Office arrested King County Metro employee Mark Norton on Tuesday, who is suspected of coercing a woman to engage in commercial sex acts.
  • Tim Eyman Dori Monson

    Tim Eyman breaks silence on alleged office chair theft

    In the first interview since an Office Depot surveillance video circulated showing him stealing a chair, Tim Eyman defends himself, claiming it was an honest mistake.
  • Paine Field Everett Local News

    Report: FAA gives Paine Field go-ahead for commercial flights in March

    According to the Herald, the Federal Aviation Administration has given the go-ahead for Alaska Airlines to begin flights out of Paine Field on March 4, and United Airlines on March 31.
  • seattle homeless Tom and Curley

    Study: 1 of 5 booked into jail are homeless, mostly for nonviolent crimes

    Of the 16,927 people booked into jail in 2018, 3,211 of them were homeless, placing the number of homeless arrested at approximately one out of five.
  • lead in tap water schools Local News

    Report: Majority of tested Washington school taps have unsafe lead levels

    A report by advocacy group Environment Washington found that 60.8 percent of drinking water taps in the 199 Washington schools that were tested have elevated levels of lead. 
  • Matt Shea Local News

    Matt Shea introduces bill to repeal I-1639 gun measure

    Republican State Rep. Matt Shea introduced a bill Tuesday that would repeal the myriad gun restrictions laid out in I-1639.
  • sea lion, seal Local News

    Pregnant seal in San Juans shot in the head, rescued by deputies

    A pregnant harbor seal near the San Juan Islands shot in the head by a fisherman will soon return home after a successful rescue operation and surgery.
  • QFC Bothell Local News

    Bothell police: Fake charity scammed people outside grocery stores

    Bothell police are investigating an alleged bogus charity that set up shop outside grocery stores in that city and also in Seattle. The name of the reportedly fraudulent charity is the same as a genuine one.
  • Seattle snow Dori Monson

    Idaho teen makes $35K in 4 days by plowing Seattle snow

    An 18-year-old with a plow and a blizzard of ambition made a hefty profit plowing the Seattle as the city was hit with snow recently. He drove away with $35,000.
  • Tim Eyman Dori Monson

    Dori: Tim Eyman's chair explanation is bizarre

    Dori reacts to Tim Eyman's sworn declaration after the activist was caught on camera taking a chair out of Office Depot without paying.
  • state of the city Dori Monson

    Dori: Durkan's State of the City promises more of the Freeattle we know

    Jenny Durkan's 2019 State of the City promised a continuation of sanctuary policies, and plenty more free stuff in Freeattle.
  • bikeshare bike parking, bikes, Lime Local News

    Lime plans to phase out people-powered bikes by March

    Lime currently operates a fleet of thousands of bikes in Seattle, and by mid-March, the company is aiming to phase out anything that doesn't use electric assist.
  • Magnolia, wastewater, sewage, treatment Dori Monson

    Dori: Tugboats can't dump waste in Puget Sound, but 250M gallon spill is fine?

    The EPA wants tugboats to stop dumping filtered waste into Puget Sound -- yet, the 250-million-gallon spill in 2017 was no problem, as we learned.
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