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  • Seattle EMTs Local News

    Seattle EMTs vote to strike without pay increase

    Seattle EMTs have voted to strike later this month, unless they can agree on a new contract with American Medical Response.
  • WSDOT accident Local News

    Crash on I-5 northbound near SeaTac cleared

    The three left lanes of I-5 northbound are blocked near South 188th Street near SeaTac, after a car struck a guardrail.
  • Jay Inslee, special session, Gov. Inslee Dori Monson

    Dori: No, Gov. Inslee, you're not Churchill, climate change isn't Nazis

    Gov. Inslee compared spending billions to reduce WA carbon emissions by a minuscule amount to fighting the Nazis in World War II.
  • Ed Murray Seattle City Hall Dori Monson

    Dori: How can liberal Seattle have discrimination, harassment?

    The City of Seattle has created an expensive new office to deal with workplace harassment -- but how could a Democrat-run city government have these problems?
  • olympia homeless camp Local News

    Judge halts Olympia homeless camp, some allowed to stay

    The Olympian reported Tuesday that a judge has granted a restraining order on a homeless camp in Washington state's capital.
  • Denise Juneau, seattle Superintendent Dave Ross

    New Seattle Superintendent looks to close gap in racial equity

    Seattle Superintendent Denise Juneau has a good deal of issues on her desk regarding the district's schools. One major problem she's looking tackle: A growing chasm in racial equity.
  • Sumas Local News

    Border Patrol agents seize 83 pounds of meth near Sumas, Canadian border

    Agents with the U.S. Border Patrol seized 83 pounds of methamphetamine after encountering two subjects with large backpacks east of the Sumas Port of Entry last week.
  • semi Local News

    All lanes reopen after semi truck collision blocks all SB I-5 traffic in Tacoma

    A dual semi truck collision on I-5 in Tacoma blocked all southbound lanes of the freeway, and two northbound lanes early Tuesday. One truck was attempting to pass another on the wet roadway and lost control.
  • investors, tweet Dave Ross

    Ross: Was President Trump's tweet really just a typo?

    Another tweet from President Trump has readers confused. Some say it was a typo. But was it really? Looking at the keyboard, maybe he was trying to type something else entirely.
  • Jason Rantz

    Fired Seattle cop says he’s a ‘pawn’: ‘We’re beyond a lynch mob mentality here’

    The Seattle Police Officer at the center of a controversial use of force incident that has a federal judge asking questions before approving the new contract, says he regrets how things unfolded, but he deserves his job back.
  • Evergreen, manweller, Matt Manweller Jason Rantz

    Rep. Manweller: Seattle Times 'like a prom queen jilted on dance night'

    State Representative Matt Manweller is not happy with a Seattle Times editorial asking him to immediately resign, as he had said he would, comparing them to a jilted prom queen.
  • Mike McCready Pearl Jam Local News

    Pearl Jam guitarist mentors foster children in music-making

    For Pearl Jam guitarist, Mike McCready, music has been a lifelong passion. So when he was recently asked to help five young aspiring musicians produce a song, he jumped at the chance.
  • Mariners home Safeco Field Local News

    Mariners sign new lease — next step, new stadium name?

    The Seattle Mariners have officially renewed their lease for 25 years, opening the door for the renaming of their stadium following Safeco opting not to renew their agreement with the team.
  • king county shootings Tom and Curley

    Are shootings contagious? Prosecutors look at gun violence like disease

    King County prosecutors believe shootings are contagious, and are using local crime data to try and prevent shootings before they happen.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Dori Monson

    Dori: Jay Inslee wants billions from us to build national 'green' image

    Jay Inslee wants to take billions of dollars from the voters in this state, all to prove to the rest of the country that he is the "greenest" 2020 presidential candidate.
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