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  • police Local News

    Police: 1 dead from gunshot wound at Renton Walmart

    A 16-year-old boy is dead after a shooting at a Walmart in Renton on Sunday afternoon, according to the Renton Police Department.
  • Lunar eclipse Local News

    How to see Sunday's lunar eclipse (if the weather cooperates)

    On Sunday, Jan. 20, a total lunar eclipse will be visible across the country, and, weather permitting, in Seattle as well. 
  • Marconi Award Dori Monson

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    Forget the #10yearchallenge -- Dori is starting the #42yearchallenge.
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    Dori Monson's government shutdown plea

    Dori Monson has a special plea for Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer during the government shutdown.
  • census Dave Ross

    McKenna: Does including citizenship question hurt census?

    Former state Attorney General Rob McKenna discusses the Trump administration's move to include a question about citizenship on the 2020 census.
  • sodo crime Tom and Curley

    SoDo and Georgetown see 31 percent rise in crime

    Known as The Flatlands, Sodo and Georgtown have seen crime rise 31 percent as of last year, compared to the mere 1 percent citywide rise.
  • overdoses Local News

    King County issues public health warning after rash of overdoses

    Seven overdoses in one area in a single night had Seattle and King County issuing a public health warning Thursday. 
  • Women's March, Women's Marches Dori Monson

    Dori: Do Women's March participants know about antisemitic, homophobic ties?

    This weekend's Women's March, expected to draw 30,000, has a disturbing connection with a virulently antisemitic, homophobic man.
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    'Where did everyone go' during first week of Viadoom?

    Seattle survived week one of Viadoom, and I must admit that I'm a bit surprised. Things went relatively smooth. Where did all the drivers go?
  • Sawant Local News

    Sawant calls for emergency stop to sale of mobile home park for seniors

    A group of seniors faces eviction from a low income mobile home park in the Bitter Lake neighborhood, and Seattle City Councilmember Sawant is looking to help.
  • sound transit Chokepoints

    Sound Transit boasts 70 percent completion rate on Northgate line

    With a target opening date of 2021, Sound Transit says it is 70 percent through building the Northgate Link Extension, giving commuters a 14 minute ride between downtown and north Seattle.
  • Paul Allen Local News

    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan declares day to commemorate Paul Allen

    Mayor Jenny Durkan declared Jan. 18, 2019 to be Paul G. Allen Day on Friday, to commemorate his legacy and contributions to the city of Seattle.
  • Local News

    Wind Advisory issued for San Juans, breezy across the Puget Sound

    The wind will pick up for the San Juan Islands and Bellingham late Friday as a low pressure system moves in near Vancouver Island.
  • Local News

    SR 509 shootings task force created after boy in car shot in head, blinded

    A law enforcement task force has been created to address a series of incidents where cars or homes were shot at on a stretch of SR 509 in the Burien-SeaTac area.
  • citizen Michael Medved

    The title of U.S. citizen: A distinction that matters

    A federal judge in New York threw bureaucratic plans into turmoil when he blocked the Trump administration's decision to add a simple and appropriate question to the census for 2020.
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