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  • Local News

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    A gas leak in Seattle's University District has caused an evacuation and a massive fire department response along with a hazmat team.
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    Dori: Aubrey Bowlin attacker held up as tragic gun violence victim

    The man who was fatally shot while choking out motorcyclist Aubrey Bowlin in a road rage incident is being held up as a victim of gun violence, even though this was a clear case of self-defense.
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    I had moved away, across the country, for a new life. And I had no intention of returning home to Seattle for Christmas. But a chance viewing of a Seahawks game changed that.
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    A previously reported, early morning bar fight in Lynnwood has turned out to be an attack waged by alleged white supremacists on the anniversary of a Northwest neo-Nazi martyr's death.
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    Leave it to the City of Seattle to continuously over-promise and under-deliver, the latest reminder just a few days after they broke ground on a new home to a future NHL team.
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    SeaTac City Council member killed in car accident

    Newly-appointed SeaTac City Council member Amina Ahmed was killed in a car accident Saturday afternoon.
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    Two more sea lions confirmed shot and killed; brings total to 12

    Two more sea lions have been confirmed shot in the head, bringing the total shot dead in Puget Sound up to 12.
  • I-1639 Lewis County KIRO Nights

    Lewis County DA: I-1639 is 'an unenforceable law'

    KIRO Nights host Gee Scott had a chance to sit down with Lewis County's District Attorney, Jonathan Meyer, who expanded on the county's recent decision not to actively enforce I-1639.
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    Jayapal returns from border looking for asylum answers

    When Democrats take control of Congress next month, Seattle Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal will be demanding answers about the treatment of asylum seekers at the southern border.
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    Unpopular Opinion: Why do candy canes still exist? Seriously!

    Candy canes can be controversial -- like candy corn. Why then, do they have such strong support in the State of Washington? Does anyone seriously still like these sticky things?
  • susan powell Local News

    Susan Powell reported missing nine years ago

    Friday marked nine years since a young wife and mother, her husband and her two young sons were first reported missing from West Valley City - Susan Powell, whose family returned without her.
  • Christmas movies Dori Monson

    Dori teaches you how to be a woke Progressive with Christmas movies

    The newly-woke Dori shares why true feminists and Progressives should hate all Christmas movies.
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    Boeing and SpaceX embroiled in different kind of space race

    Boeing wants to become the first company to carry American astronauts to the International Space Station as soon as next summer, but so does SpaceX.
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    Homeless, addiction non-profit pauses outreach to search for missing woman

    Volunteers with will be out in Lake Stevens Saturday to search for an Arlington woman who vanished nearly a year ago.
  • Ed Murray Dori Monson

    Dori: Ed Murray allegedly shouts at reporter who took Paris photo

    Seattle Times columnist Nicole Brodeur said that former Mayor Ed Murray confronted her in Paris after she took a photo of him at the Eiffel Tower.
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