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  • Bremerton Coach Dori Monson

    Dori: Former Bremerton High School coach should not pray publicly

    The former Bremerton High School football coach who was fired for praying on the field had his appeal thrown out by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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    Washington Legislature weighs measure to allow home-grown marijuana

    Many states with legal recreational marijuana allow people to grow the plant at home. Washington doesn't. But that may change through the Legislature this session.
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    Distracted driving went down in Washington over 2018

    A survey from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission reported a decrease in distracted drivers in both King County and the rest of the state between 2017 and 2018. 
  • TSA rally federal shutdown Local News

    Sea-Tac airport workers hold rally protesting federal shutdown

    TSA workers, air traffic controllers, and more held a rally at Sea-Tac airport Tuesday, imploring the powers that be to reopen the government for the sake of employees working without pay or on furlough. 
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    Dori: What would Covington story have been before smartphones?

    Without smartphone video to exonerate them, the story of the Covington kids could have turned out very different, thanks to the media's inaccurate rampage.
  • Jayme Biendl Local News

    Bill introduced to allow death penalty for inmates committing murder

    A new bill introduced in the Washington State Legislature would allow for the death penalty in cases of murders committed while behind bars.
  • WSDOT SR 99 tunnel billboards Local News

    WSDOT spending $4.4 million to tell you about new 99 Tunnel

    WSDOT is marketing the 99 Tunnel with a $4.4 million budget, including $156,000 spent on nine billboards with the message “Tunnel Direct."
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    Supreme Court denies Bremerton Coach Kennedy's prayer case

    Coach Kennedy ran afoul of the Bremerton School District when he refused to stop praying with students. He sued over the issue. This is why the Supreme Court won't hear his case.
  • Covington, viral video Dave Ross

    Ross: Once again, we let the online virus get to us

    The recent reminder that until science can develop a vaccine, sharing a viral video is wildly unhygienic. You can't always trust what you see on social media.
  • Local News

    Man threatens to shoot kids at 5 Edmonds day cares, police investigating

    A man called Edmonds day cares with graphic threats on Monday, and Edmonds police are trying to find him.
  • Seattle rain weather Local News

    This could be Seattle's warmest January weather on record

    While temperatures in many parts of the United States plummet close to zero, Seattle is barreling toward its warmest January ever. 
  • Bike lanes Seattle Jason Rantz

    Rantz: At its own political peril, Seattle council pushes tolling, bike lanes

    Despite the unpopularity of congestion pricing and bike lanes, Seattle City Council members and Mayor Jenny Durkan will continue to pursue them. Prediction: They will pay a political price for their position.
  • Robberies Burien Local News

    Teens in Burien arrested after armed robberies and carjacking

    Bellevue police arrested two 16-year-olds after a crime spree they say started with a carjacking in Burien. They are looking for a third teen.
  • uber Candy Mike and Todd

    Is Seattle planning to tax Uber, Lyft rides to pay for transit and homeless?

    A recent poll loosely affiliated with Seattle City Council asked respondents about a potential tax on rideshare services like Uber and Lyft.
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