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    September is sixth straight warmer than usual month

    While recent the most recent stretch of weather -- 11 days -- is cooler than normal for September, it's the sixth straight warmer than usual month.
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    Woman mauled by dogs at RV camp begs Seattle City Council for help

    A SoDo business owner and her Great Dane were mauled by dogs belonging to squatters in an illegal RV encampment. Now she is begging the Seattle City Council to have some concern for the innocent residents being hurt by all of the crime in this city.
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    New Cornell, Prince tracks spark a whiplash of emotion

    There are two new albums from lost greats out Tuesday. The estates of Chris Cornell and Prince released very different musical offerings.
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    Go slow and no fishing zones among initial orca recommendations

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    Dori: Kshama Sawant's student walkout all about creating mindless, government-dependent followers

    Councilmember Kshama Sawant organized a student walkout purely to build up her army of weak, mindless "victims" who rely only on government for all of their needs and wants.
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    Debate Coalition says Senator Cantwell won't commit to debates

    Senator Maria Cantwell is being called out for not participating in two debates.
  • Starbucks Local News

    Starbucks preparing for layoffs at Seattle headquarters

    In a company memo sent to Seattle headquarters employees last week, Starbucks announced it plans to make "significant changes" which could result in a series of layoffs over the coming weeks.
  • Pierce County homeless camp Local News

    Homeless campers are suing Puyallup, Pierce County after sweeps

    Homeless residents are suing Pierce County and the City of Puyallup following years of encampment sweeps. They argue they have lost property to unconstitutional seizures.
  • Artesian Commons Park Dori Monson

    Dori: Artesian Commons Park protest shows criminals have taken over the region

    Politicians have allowed the criminals to take over our region -- and nowhere is this more evident than in Olympia, where homeless people broke into Artesian Commons Park in a massive protest.
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    Rantz: Kshama Sawant preys on uninformed students planning walkout

    Councilmember Kshama Sawant has spurred a student walkout to protest inequality in Seattle. The students, however, don't know what they are protesting or the details surrounding the issue.
  • Manweller Local News

    Rep. Matt Manweller plans to resign, eventually

    Washington State Representative Matt Manweller will not continue in his role after his current term ends following the latest allegation of inappropriate sexual behavior. But he still urges voters to elect him in the upcoming November election.
  • El Nino Local News

    Drier, warmer weather expected this winter across Pacific Northwest

    Weak to moderate El Nino conditions are expected for the fall-winter seasons across the Pacific Northwest, which means warmer and drier than average weather.
  • Earl Thomas Dori Monson

    Dori and Brock: Earl Thomas needs to be a team player

    For Dori and Brock, the behavior and statements of Seahawks safety Earl Thomas are unacceptable.
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    King County budget includes cash for gang unit members, but fewer than sheriff wanted

    King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknecht has been asking for money for three new positions for a regional gang task force. Executive Dow Constantine’s proposed 2-year budget includes two.
  • Judd & Black Dori Monson

    Dori: If tweakers caused Judd & Black fire, it's an indictment of lax drug policy

    The 130-year-old Judd & Black building was an iconic piece of Everett's history and the symbol of a successful family-run business. If the fire that burned it down Friday night was started by tweakers, then we are truly letting drug addicts destroy the heart and soul of the Puget Sound.
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