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    Memorial in Seattle for deceased orcas

    "First we mourn, then we organize," is the message on the invite for a memorial honoring two resident orca whales that recently died in Puget Sound waters.
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    Separate law enforcement agencies are investigating eight different shooting incidents across Snohomish and King Counties that all happened Wednesday. A total of 10 shootings occurred over two days.
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    Washington state will get nearly $30 million from the federal government to fight our opioid crisis.
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    Shower Thoughts: Bob Woodward or Stormy Daniels?

    I wonder which tell-all book will sell more copies, the one by Bob Woodward or the one by Stormy Daniels?
  • crime Dori Monson

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    A woman who has worked downtown Seattle for 30 years and suffered a verbal assault on her way to work this morning says that the streets have never looked as frightening as within the past half-year.
  • Alaska Airlines Local News

    Hacked Alaska Airlines frequent flier miles for sale on the dark web

    Hacked frequent flier accounts, including for Alaska Airlines, have been found for sale on the dark web. It's one way hackers have found to steal from customers.
  • Paul Allen Local News

    Report: Paul Allen gives $30 million to house South Seattle families

    Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is donating $30 million to help fund new construction for low-income and homeless families in South Seattle.
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    Ross: Should you take your own advice?

    Advice on how to deal with the controversy surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh can be found a few decades ago from another SCOTUS confirmation process.
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