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  • DUI Local News

    State proposal to crack down on repeat DUI offenders gains second life

    A proposal from Republican State Senator Mike Padden to make a fourth DUI in 15 years a felony is back in play. The current law's look-back period is for four DUI's inside of 10 years.
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    1,000 bump stocks have been turned into Washington State Patrol as part of a recently implemented buyback program. The result has seen WSP rip through every penny of its $150,00 budget for the program in just a couple weeks.
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    Wastewater spills into Lake Sammamish over weekend

    Wastewater spilled into Lake Sammamish over the weekend, after a pump station went out early Sunday morning. 
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    Washington's political leaders respond to Mueller report

    Washington state political leaders are commenting on the now-released Mueller report, and Attorney General William Barr's initial response.
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    Fatal shooting investigation on EB 520 in Seattle

    One person is confirmed dead in a car on the midspan of eastbound SR 520 not far from Seattle's Montlake neighborhood.
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    A Kittitas deputy shattered his femur and he has a "long road ahead," but got out of the hospital Sunday with a smile.
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    Edmonds study on 'hidden homeless' comes as surprise to locals

    Edmonds City Councilman Dave Tietzel joined The Jason Rantz Show on KTTH to discuss what the new Edmonds’ homelessness study found.
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    Would reparations go on forever?

    If government bonuses, like race-based preferences in college admission and some hiring, go on indefinitely, then that would perpetuate racial differences rather than unifying the country.
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    Edmonds teen battling cancer an inspiration to family, friends, and an Olympian

    Edmonds-Woodway High School student Emily Hood is facing what no teenager should have to deal with: an inoperable tumor on her brain stem, but her strength in coping has been an inspiration to her family and the community. Wrestling has been a big part of that.
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    Numbers hint at how to avoid the impending Seattle Squeeze

    As Seattle's period of maximum constraint approaches, it may be helpful to look at how commuters handled the last Seattle Squeeze.
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    Rep. Denny Heck: AG has 'moral imperative' to publish Mueller report

    Special counsel Robert Mueller has officially wrapped up his investigation, and now, the American public eagerly waits to find out whether they'll ever actually get to see it themselves.
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    Seattle councilmember issues apology to commenter ignored at meeting

    Nearly two weeks after a man was ignored trying to present comments during a Seattle council meeting, the first public apology has been issued, courtesy of District 9's Lorena Gonzalez.
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    Seattle Burger Review: CaliBurger

    My quest to find the perfect Seattle burger continues, with a trip to Caliburger. But how does it stack up against the rest of the city's best? Let's find out.
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    KIRO Nights: 2019 Breakfast of Chompions Bracket

    In the spirit of the NCAA Tournament, KIRO Nights introduces the inaugural Munch Madness Bracket as we try to discover the official Breakfast of Champions.
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    Homelessness dominates discussion at first council forum

    Seattle's first in a series of open forums for city council candidates kicked off Thursday night, with the five candidates from District 1 taking the floor to discuss a variety of issues. The one topic that dominated the night's discussion: Homelessness. 
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