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    Seattle police officer stabbed in Chinatown-International District

    An officer with the Seattle Police Department is recovering after he was stabbed in an apartment building in the Chinatown-International district Monday night.
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    Seattle store owner tackles gun-wielding guitar thief

    Jay Boone, longtime owner of Emerald City Guitars in Pioneer Square, told KIRO Radio's Dori Monson that he's tired of the crime in Seattle. He was recently assaulted behind J&M Cafe.
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    As renovations continue at KeyArena to prepare for the eventual arrival of Seattle's NHL team, the company doing the actual construction provided updates Tuesday on what it has planned.
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    Getting an education may be a right, but going to college isn’t. That being said, a proposed free college program for low-income students doesn't seem to recognize that fact.
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    Tacoma Teacher Mike Jankanish responds to op-ed criticism

    Tacoma school teacher Mike Jankanish argues that diversity education runs counter to historic American ideals -- that out of many come one. He's been called a racist for his opinion.
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    Sea-Tac Airport pushing forward with expansion plans

    Sea-Tac International Airport is pushing forward with plans for expansion to accommodate more passengers.
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    Amazon's facial recognition tech -- Rekognition -- is being used by Oregon police. Should we be concerned? Or should shoplifters?
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    Seattle's newly-opened SR 99 tunnel is still without buses

    A total of 12 Metro bus routes once used the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Those buses now use surface streets as the newly-opened SR 99 tunnel is cars-only ... for now.
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    Newest Puget Sound orca calf continues to survive

    A Monday meeting of Washington's Orca Task Force brought good news -- the new calf spotted back in January continues to do well.
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    Study: Vaping rises among Washington teens, alcohol use remains low

    Alcohol and cigarette use remains low among teens, but vaping is totally in, at least that's what 10th graders said when asked in a survey by the Washington Health Care Authority.
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    School bus crash in Covington leaves kids with minor injuries

    Students riding the school bus home in Covington Monday afternoon were injured in a collision involving two other vehicles.
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    Survivors, prosecutors show support for rape kits at Senate committee hearing

    There was a strong show of support on Monday as a state Senate committee heard from survivors, law enforcement and others pushing a bill to clear the state's massive rape kit backlog.
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    Dori: Homeless burrowing under I-5 is a failure of our politicians

    As homeless uproot bricks and tunnel under I-5, our local government is failing us at every level.
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    Study: Fossil fuels could cause clouds to disappear, rapid warming

    Staring at clouds and guessing what they look like may become a thing of the past, at least to a new study on climate change.
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