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  • Lady Gaga Dori Monson

    Meet the Edmonds mom who gave Lady Gaga's 'Shallow' a snowy twist

    Edmonds mom Stephanie Nelson became an internet sensation when she rewrote the Lady Gaga song "Shallow" to describe her frustrations over the snowstorm.
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    City of Seattle works to fix pothole problems

    The potholes caused by snow are creating a huge headache for drivers, especially on East Marginal Way South.
  • white supremacist, white supremacists MyNorthwest Blog

    Recent white supremacist activity in Washington is not new

    The recent increase in white supremacist activity around Washington may have surprised some, but it's just the latest in a long hateful history in the Northwest.
  • Kitsap Sheriff's drug bust Local News

    Local drug task force busts 19-year-old with 6,000 Xanax pills

    A multi-county drug task force -- including the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office -- executed a search warrant Thursday at the residence of a Puyallup 19-year-old in possession of 6,000 Xanax pills.
  • Gun regulations Olympia

    Governor's appointee has domestic violence, possible perjury history

    A man appointed by Governor Inslee to the Housing Finance Commission has past convictions of assault and domestic violence.
  • Local News

    State Senate passes bill to abolish death penalty

    The Washington State Senate has passed a bill to abolish the death penalty, following a decision from the state Supreme Court ruling it unconstitutional.
  • Tim Eyman Office Depot chair theft Local News

    Tim Eyman investigated for theft of $70 Office Depot chair

    Tim Eyman, a longtime Washington political figure known for his initiatives fighting government taxes and fees, is being investigated by Lacey police for theft of a $70 chair from Office Depot.
  • Bellevue Local News

    Report: Amazon thought to be on verge of buying Bellevue property

    A report from the Puget Sound Business Journal Friday claimed that Amazon is zeroing in on a deal to buy its first property in Bellevue.
  • Renton crash Local News

    1 dead, 2 critically injured in Renton head-on crash

    One person was killed and two others were critically hurt in a crash in Renton Friday morning.
  • Viaduct demolition Local News

    The Alaskan Way Viaduct officially starts to come down

    After initial delays related to snowstorms, the demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct finally began Friday, as crews started work to disassemble almost a mile and a half of roadway.
  • Feedback Friday Dori Monson

    Dori Monson's Feedback Friday -- End of O'Brien's reign and Cali's train

    This week's Feedback Friday features Mike O'Brien, the doomed California rail project, and a fierce free speech debate in Edmonds.
  • Trump, emergency declaration Dave Ross

    Trump declares emergency over the wall: What happens now?

    Whether it's from the courts or from Congress, action against President Trump's emergency declaration over a border wall is likely. It's also likely that officials from Washington will take part.
  • lobbying Saul Spady

    Spady: Will Democrats call out union lobbying dollars before demonizing AIPAC?

    If Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is going to call out the American Israel Public Affairs Committee for its lobbying money, then she should also call out teachers unions for spending even more on politicians.
  • patriot front MyNorthwest Blog

    Sugarcoating white supremacy: What's behind fliers found in Washington

    Fliers found in Western Washington over the past year are not obviously neo-Nazi propaganda. But that’s the point. A closer looks reveals their source to be a white supremacist group.
  • turbulence Dori Monson

    Passenger's harrowing tale of turbulence on Seattle-bound flight

    Passenger Joe Justice recalls the turbulence that caused a Compass Airlines flight bound for Seattle to make an emergency landing in Reno.
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