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Kumar Joe, The Singing Crow
Kumar Joe, the Singing Crow is the tale of a little crow who was born with a heart for music, but not a voice for it.
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Snohomish farmer says water district extorting him by shutting off water during negotiation

A Snohomish farmer is carrying water to his animals after he says the water district shut off his water over a dispute they were having.

If bicyclists aren't willing to share the road, it's time for them to pay a fee

This report is driving me crazy: The Seattle Department of Transportation has banned right turns from Dexter Avenue South to West Mercer Street because of a couple of accidents involving bicycles and cars.

Boze: Abandoning your family without notification should be a crime

One of the local stories that's captured my attention is the mystery of what happened to Jennifer Huston, the missing Oregon mom potentially spotted in the San Juans.

How stabilizing the Oso mountainside may have increased its slide risk

I was speaking to an engineer in the aftermath of the Oso landslide about possible causes. I asked him to send me his ideas and insights.

Reducing greenhouse gases won't prevent wildfires

Before the wildfire season began, Washington Governor Jay Inslee began pushing for lower carbon emissions because if the country didn't cut down on greenhouse gases, our forest fires would get worse.

Let loose the Amazon drones

With our offices just blocks from Amazon.com's world headquarters, there's plenty of excitement around here about the company's request to start using drones for delivery.

First man to buy legal pot in Spokane may lose his job

The first man to buy legal pot in Spokane is now facing an uncertain employment future.

Inslee thinks you eat 12 pounds of fish a month, and it could cost you

How much fish do you eat a month? The governor and Department of Ecology think you might be eating more than they currently register and that could mean your sewage bill is going up.

Boeing fuselages new attraction on Montana rafting trips

The odd grizzly and beautiful vistas aren't the biggest draw for rafters on Montana's Clark Fork River this week. Fuselages of two Boeing 737s stuck in the river after a train derailment are providing a pretty unique sight.

What Washingtonians listen to on Independence Day

John Mellencamp's "R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A." is Washington state's most popular song for Independence Day, according to Spotify.

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