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Rolled semi-truck blocks all lanes of I-5 in Seattle

All lanes of northbound I-5 are blocked near Boeing Field in Seattle for a rolled semi-truck.

Gonzaga pays $400K in student death

Gonzaga University has paid $400,000 to the family of Christopher Gormley, a student from Everett who died on a kayak trip organized by the school.

Inslee: More work to prevent oil train spills

Gov. Jay Inslee says more needs to be done to prevent and respond to oil spills, as trains increasingly move volatile shipments of crude oil through Washington state.

16-year-old boy arrested in Spokane Valley arsons

A 16-year-old boy was arrested Tuesday evening and accused of a Spokane Valley arson spree.

Girl hit by 2 cars in Seattle in serious condition

A 10-year-old girl who was struck by two hit-and-run vehicles in Seattle is in serious condition Wednesday at Harborview Medical Center.

College students train as Chelan firefighters

With regulations making it harder to use volunteer firefighters, Chelan County Fire District 1 in Wenatchee has found a way to boost its workforce while helping students start their careers.

Work starting on 40-story Seattle apartment tower

A developer is starting construction on a 40-story building in downtown Seattle that will hold about 400 apartments.

Seattle police accused of wasting $1M on overtime

A Seattle police oversight office says the department wasted more than $1 million on loosely controlled overtime last year as officers trained to comply with a Justice Department agreement to curb excessive force.

Feds give WA, OR more time to repay bridge money

The Federal Highway Administration is giving the states of Washington and Oregon five more years to repay tens of millions of dollars they were given for the now-defunct Columbia River Crossing -- a new Interstate 5 bridge between Portland and Vancouver.

Woodland principal takes deal in assault case

A man who was principal of a school in the Cowlitz County town of Woodland for 15 years agreed to a diversion deal to avoid prosecution on allegations he used excessive force against a 9-year-old special needs student.

FBI director makes trip to Seattle, talks terrorism and privacy

FBI Director James B. Comey made a trip to Seattle Tuesday as part of a nationwide tour to visit each of the agency's 56 domestic field offices.

3rd recent death at Snohomish County Jail

A woman found hanging in her cell at the Snohomish County Jail is the third death since the end of July at the jail in Everett.

King County Councilmember questions Metro Transit 'candor', competence

The King County Council's vote Monday to postpone two rounds of planned Metro Transit cuts next year has KIRO Radio's Dori Monson again calling agency brass "liars."

Bellingham council may replace Columbus Day

The Bellingham City Council will consider an ordinance to celebrate Coast Salish Day instead of Columbus Day.

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