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    WATCH: Thief rampages through Seattle target for 15 minutes

    A man allegedly violently stole electronics from a downtown Seattle Target store for over 15 minutes. Police were called. No officers showed up. Then the thief allegedly returned two more times.
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    Conservative activist Tim Eyman believes we are close to getting a flat $30 car tab fee, and alleges he is being targeted by the state for his politics.
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    The replacement tunnel for the Alaskan Way Viaduct through Seattle will open in early 2019, after the viaduct closes and snarls traffic through downtown.
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    The fight over how much public money to use for fixes at Safeco Field should finally be resolved Monday as the King County Council votes on a compromise.
  • seattle traffic, congestion pricing Local News

    Seattle Mayor Durkan gets funding to study congestion pricing

    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan plans to use recently obtained grant money to study how to implement congestion pricing in parts of the city to ease troublesome traffic.
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    Lime expanding electric bikes, scooters into Tacoma

    Lime is expanding beyond Seattle and Bellevue and is bringing its sharable electric bikes to Tacoma. Scooters too. The city will conduct a trial run for the system.
  • chuck Local News

    Man accidentally shoots himself in leg inside Tacoma Chuck E. Cheese

    Tacoma police say that a 22-year-old man accidentally shot himself in the leg Sunday evening while inside a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in Tacoma.
  • Sue Bird Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Sue Bird foolishly rejects non-existent invite from White House

    Seattle Storm champion Sue Bird has rejected an invite to stop at the White House to celebrate her team’s WNBA championship. She never got an invite in the first place, however.
  • Lynwood Dave Ross

    Ross: Race recognition and this Lynnwood business

    Lynnwood's Ralph Taylor looks like a white guy, but he decided to double check his DNA. He's 10 percent non-white, so he wants the government to consider his business "disadvantaged."
  • construction, university way Dori Monson

    University Way businesses struggle with construction, some say city has been no help

    University Way Northeast has been torn up for months due to construction. Small businesses along the street fear that they won't be able to survive.
  • Local News

    Tumwater teachers have tentative agreement

    Teachers in Tumwater have reached a tentative agreement with the Tumwater School District. School will begin Tuesday, Sept. 18.
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    Funnel cloud seen in Ballard on Sunday

    A funnel cloud was spotted in Ballard Sunday afternoon near a Fred Meyer parking lot.
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