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    As he does before each game during the NFL season, Seahawks insider Gee Scott breaks down the three things he is hearing from Seahawks players ahead of Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
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    I-976 sponsor Tim Eyman says that his initiative to lower car tabs to $30 and remove Sound Transit's outdated vehicle valuation system has already gained 250,000 signatures.
  • amazon Local News

    Amazon considers opening 3,000 cashierless Go stores

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  • olympia Jason Rantz

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    Separate law enforcement agencies are investigating eight different shooting incidents across Snohomish and King Counties that all happened Wednesday. A total of 10 shootings occurred over two days.
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    Washington to get $30M for opioid battle

    Washington state will get nearly $30 million from the federal government to fight our opioid crisis.
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