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    In his State of the State address, Governor Inslee talked about forcing his climate change policies -- taxes -- on you, rather than walking the walk himself.
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    King County deputies dispatched to the Klahanie neighborhood in Sammamish for a welfare check found three people dead in a home. 
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    Viadoom traffic has been easier than expected, as commuters change their habits. Is a huge increase in biking across Seattle the reason?
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    At 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, hundreds of staff members at Issaquah School District will consider whether to leave their posts and head to the picket lines.
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    Alaska Air Group says it plans to add more than 3,000 jobs this year, with three-fourths of the positions opening in Washington state.
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    Washington Governor Jay Inslee gives his State of the State address Tuesday, where he's expected to focus on his two-year budget for the state. 
  • masculinity Dave Ross

    Ross: Can Gillette really shave your masculinity?

    A new Gillette ad promotes that men should correct other men's bad masculinity, such as cat calling. But of course, it has only prompted men to behave badly in response.
  • Hollywood Michael Medved

    Hollywood thanks Satan for shoddy work

    Christian Bale won a recent Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for playing Dick Cheney in "Vice," and on claiming his prize he said, "Thank you, Satan for giving me inspiration for playing this role."
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    Rantz: Days after cleanup, homeless return to dangerous Seattle encampment

    It hasn’t even been a full week, but campers seem to be returning to a previously-cleared homeless encampment in north Seattle, shortly after it was cleaned and campers were offered services.
  • Jay Inslee Dori Monson

    Dori: The left cares more about Inslee's whiteness than platform

    Why do liberals seem to care more about Jay Inslee's race than his ideas for the presidential race? There are lots of reasons to oppose Inslee, but not his skin color. That is not how I judge anybody.
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    Dori: Kirkland PD exonerated in Menchie's incident -- is the drama over?

    The Kirkland Police Department has been exonerated from any department violations in November's Totem Lake Menchie's incident.
  • NHL Seattle Dori Monson

    Dori: Nefarious reason why Seattle NHL team hired Rob Johnson

    Rob Johnson has a new gig after he leaves the council -- transportation adviser for the new Seattle NHL team.
  • Daylight Saving Time Local News

    Bill introduced to keep Washington in Daylight Saving Time year-round

    Three Washington State Senators pre-filed a bill on Friday to keep the state in Daylight Saving Time permanently.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Local News

    Gov. Inslee outlines plan for statewide free college program

    Washington Governor Jay Inslee unveiled plans Friday to provide guaranteed financial aid to 93,000 college students across the state.
  • viadoom Local News

    Some smartphone maps showed viaduct, new tunnel as open

    Users of some smartphone maps reported problems early Monday related to the closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Some online maps were not showing the viaduct as closed, others showed the replacement tunnel was already open.
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