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    In the 2018 voters' guide, Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) listed hiking and mountain climbing as her community service.
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    Jim Dever didn't pull any punches when he stood in for host Gee Scott on KIRO Nights, and fully expected to go down in flames with his own unpopular opinion: gas should be more expensive.
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    Kim Schrier, who is running for 8th Congressional District representative, wants to take the money of hardworking citizens and give it to the most slothful among us with a universal basic income.
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    Queen Anne Community Council appeals the city's backyard cottage ordinance

    The Queen Anne Community Council community council has filed an appeal to the city's new backyard cottage ordinance, because they're concerned about the greater impact on neighborhoods.
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    After a whirlwind trip to Europe, the kindness with which we were treated at every turn led to one, simple conclusion about human nature.
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    A trio of earthquakes measured over 6.5 hit off the coast of Vancouver Island late Sunday, but according to UW seismologist Mouse Reusch, it's nothing out of the ordinary.
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    It's the First Annual Dori Monson Show Pumpkin Carving Contest!
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    Trio of big earthquakes strike off coast of Vancouver island

    A series of earthquakes struck off the coast of Vancouver Island late Sunday evening registering above 6.0. No damage or tsunamis resulted from the quakes.
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    There's a lot of big ideas for what to do with all that Mega Millions money. But if you are a true American patriot, here's an idea of what you can do with the winning money.
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    Seattle's sugary drink tax is bringing in millions of dollars more than the city expected. On Monday, the Seattle City Council will debate how to use the extra tax money.
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    Tacoma: Bring your own mug, get a discount on your coffee

    Tacoma wants you to bring your own mug to your regular coffee shop all through October in an effort to cut down on waste from the single-use variety. Here's what you need to know.
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    Rantz: Major union leader slams Kshama Sawant as 'divisive,' support wanes

    Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant has touted her support of unions and workers. Yet her support for the police union is questionable. Her decision on a tentative police contract has some unions concerned.
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    Washington state employees' emails become a political battleground

    Washington state employees have been receiving emails over 2018, encouraging them to opt out of paying union dues. But the effort has prompted a back-and-forth political battle waged among emails.
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    Pierce County detectives investigating deputy-involved shooting

    A domestic violence call turned deadly Saturday night when Pierce County deputies shot and killed a man they say reached for his holstered gun.
  • Dori Monson

    Business manager says cops didn't show up to armed robbery, assault

    A local business' field manager cannot understand why police did not show up to an armed robbery and assault.
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