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    A bill was introduced Wednesday to establish a high-speed rail authority in Washington that would partner with Oregon and British Columbia.
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    Washington state ferries saw 25 million total riders in 2018, according to recently-released data from the Washington State Department of Transportation.
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    Washington State Sen. Steve O'Ban (R-University Place) has introduced a bill calling for the direct election of Sound Transit board members.
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    Feedback Friday: We collect a few comments that Dori Monson receives over email and Facebook on various topics throughout the week, and present them to you here.
  • Yakima Dori Monson

    Yakima police chief says immigration status not looked at

    After a year with a record-setting number of homicides, Yakima police are trying to find a common link to the crimes. Dori believes he knows the pattern.
  • Jason Rantz

    WATCH: Jason Rantz debates heroin injection sites on Tucker Carlson

    Jason debated heroin injection sites with Fox News' Tucker Carlson Thursday night.
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    Lawmakers push payroll tax for long-term care insurance plan

    Experts say 60 percent of us will need long-term care or support of some sort after we hit 65. The problem? Not a lot of us plan for it, and now the state Legislature is looking to help.
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    Washington banks offering aid to federal workers during shutdown

    With hundreds of thousands of federal workers either working without pay or on furlough, a handful of Washington banks want to provide relief.
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