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    Former director of Committee to End Homelessness in King County: 10-year plan was not a failure

    Former director of the Committee to end Homelessness in King County told a skeptical Dori Monson that no one chooses to become homeless.
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    Man in custody after police standoff on 520 Bridge

    A man is in custody and police are checking his truck for weapons after a standoff on the 520 Bridge during the Friday afternoon commute.
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    Balloon payment: Seattle owes cops $65M under new budget

    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan will present a city budget with one new and expensive line item: $65 million in wages benefits owed in a balloon payment to SPD.
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    Watch: Pierce County deputies respond to dance off challenge

    Pierce County Sheriff's deputies have faced a lot of challenges from frequently appearing on COPS, to fighting crime. They recently tackled one of their fiercest tests -- a dance off challenge.
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    See if you can change your mood or boost your workout this weekend merely by switching up the music.
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    With the way we treat them, it's no wonder we don't have enough Seattle cops

    With the horrible name-calling and incredible lack of appreciation they get from city leadership and the public, it's no wonder that Seattle cops are facing a staffing shortage.
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    Report: Former student says she had sex with Rep. Manweller at age 17

    A former high school student of Rep. Matt Manweller says they had a sexual relationship in the 1990s when she was 17 years old, according to The Seattle Times. Manweller denies the allegation.
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    Challenger to Prosecutor Dan Satterberg drops out of race

    The long-time public defender - who is challenging King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg - has pulled out of the prosecutor's race, according to The Seattle Times.
  • Michael Medved

    Kavanaugh as #MeToo villain? An outrageous smear!

    In their desperate attempt to smear Judge Brett Kavanaugh, many left-leaning commentators try to connect him to #MeToo malefactors like Harvey Weinstein. For two reasons, this association is utterly unfair.
  • voter turnout Tom and Curley

    Prepaid postage results in highest levels of voter turnout since 2004

    Curley admits he was wrong, because King County Department of Elections reported its highest rate of primary election turnout since 2004, all due to prepaid postage.
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    Do you know this suspect? Police say he assaulted kids at 2 grocery stores

    After an assault of a child at the Edmond's Ranch 99, a new tip has led investigators to a Lynnwood store where another assault happened. The suspect remains at large.
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    Another cat found dead in Olympia area

    Another dead cat has been found in Lacey. Investigators are working to link it to the string of cat killer incidents that have plagued Olympia, Lacey, and Tumwater.
  • fear, safe space Dave Ross

    Ross: A safe space, fear, and the college classroom

    An expert on fear says safe space culture on college campuses is making students more insecure and unprepared. It leaves them with no answers as they run from questions.
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    12 pistols, suppressors, red dot sights and 2K ammo stolen from Seattle home

    Seattle police are searching for a suspect who allegedly stole a cache of firearms from a Beacon Hill home, including 12 pistols, two red dot sights, and 2,000 rounds of ammunition.
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    Fact Check: Did Mayor Durkan mislead and discriminate with her ORCA plan?

    Mayor Jenny Durkan has routinely touted a plan to bring free ORCA cards to “every Seattle public high school student” in order to provide unlimited year-round access to mass transit.
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