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    Gov. Inslee owes us an explanation, apology for a deputy's murder

    Now we have a dead cop directly connected to illegal immigrants in Washington. We have confirmation from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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    Seattle Councilmember Rob Johnson is expected to resign from his council position in April, starting the process to replace him amid an election season.
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    If you want to truly understand why Seattle homelessness is so out-of-control, just review a recent comment by Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan. She displays a shocking bit of cluelessness.
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    According to a Seattle Times report Wednesday, the FBI is joining a criminal investigation into the certification of Boeing's 737 MAX airplane. 
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    Public commenter ignored by Seattle City Council speaks out

    At a recent city council, Richard Schwartz hoped at the very least to get the councimembers' attention during his brief 120 seconds of public comment. But he was struck by how little attention was accorded him, and joined Dori Monson to discuss it.
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    10-year-old girl found; Amber alert canceled

    An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday afternoon for missing 10-year-old girl, Alissa Helmandollar, last seen March 20, 2019 in Nampa, Idaho. 
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    Brush fires continue to cause problems in Puget Sound region

    Firefighters are responding to a two-alarm brush fire in a field filled with tires behind an apartment building in White Center on Wednesday afternoon.
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    Mayor Durkan officially signs upzoning measure into law

    After getting unanimous approval from city council on Monday, Seattle's comprehensive -- and controversial -- upzoning measure was officially signed into law Wednesday by Mayor Jenny Durkan. 
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    Spring has sprung: Seattle hits mark for warmest March day (again)

    As spring officially arrives, a record-breaking Tuesday for heat in Western Washington saw an encore performance Wednesday. 
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    WSU Study: Fewer Washington teens using marijuana post legalization

    According to a new WSU study, marijuana use decreased significantly among 8th and 10th graders after legalization, and remained even for 12th graders who don't work.
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