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    Jordan Peele's 'Us' has more on its mind than a few scares

    "Us," the new Jordan Peele film, is heady horror. Like his first film, "Get Out," it's a horror film that has a lot more on its mind than a few scares.
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    The Evergreen State is an often-used nickname for Washington, though without it being official. This moniker dates back to 1889, when Washington became a state.
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    A bus collided with a car on westbound I-90, just east of Highway 18 early Friday morning. One lane of the freeway was blocked as crews responded.
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    Following a viral video of a commenter at a Seattle City Council meeting, council candidate Ann Davison Sattler is pushing for members to be more responsive and attentive to constituents.
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    Eastside's Congregations for the Homeless gets boost from developer

    Congregations for the Homeless started as an Eastside winter shelter for people experiencing homelessness. Now it's growing to year-round operations.
  • inslee Dori Monson

    Gov. Inslee owes us an explanation, apology for a deputy's murder

    Now we have a dead cop directly connected to illegal immigrants in Washington. We have confirmation from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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    NRA President Oliver North on Washington state's gun laws

    NRA President and retired Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North stopped by the Dori Monson show Wednesday to talk about the 2020 field of Democratic presidential candidates, and to go over new gun laws in Washington state.
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    Plenty of blame to go around for 737 MAX's lack of safety features

    As the controversy surrounding Boeing's 737 MAX airplane continues, Seattle's Morning News spoke with aviation expert Richard Aboulafia to go over why key safety features were skimped on.
  • Seattle transit tunnel, bus, buses Chokepoints

    What to expect when 830 daily buses move into downtown Seattle

    Buses will officially get kicked out of the Seattle transit tunnel March 23. The result: 830 daily trips will flood the downtown area between 2nd and 6th Avenues downtown.
  • ichiro Dave Ross

    Ross: A musical tribute to Mariners Ichiro Suzuki

    As it became evident that Ichiro Suzuki was retiring while playing in Tokyo March 21, 2019, Ross resurrected his musical tribute to the great Mariners player.
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    Ross: Trump, McCain, and the Patton Principle

    It has the news media baffled! Why has President Trump gone after the late Senator John McCain twice this week -- seven months after he passed away?
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    Tacoma transition begins final piece of I-5 construction

    Tacoma drivers have dealt with a never-ending series of lane changes and movement on I-5 as the state adds HOV lanes to the freeway. Only one major shift is left before the project is complete.
  • 35th Avenue, Rob Johnson, death threat Local News

    Seattle Councilmember Rob Johnson to resign in April

    Seattle Councilmember Rob Johnson is expected to resign from his council position in April, starting the process to replace him amid an election season.
  • Jonathan James Wilson Local News

    Seattle suspect has long history with police, state mental health

    The man arrested for allegedly attempting to throw a woman off of a Seattle overpass has a history of attacking strangers, and being arrested, but the legal system has often dropped his cases.
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