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2 weeks, 2 similar robberies at Bellingham banks

For the second time in two weeks, a Washington Federal bank branch in Bellingham was robbed by a white man in a black hat.

Firefighter's license suspended over misconduct

A Seattle firefighter's emergency medical license has been suspended as he awaits trial for three counts of rape of a child.

Morales surprised by return to Mariners

Kendrys Morales has rejoined the Seattle Mariners and says he's surprised to be back with his former team.

Company fined for oil spill from vessel sinking

The Washington Department of Ecology is fining a seafood company more than $112,000 for an oil spill caused by the accidental sinking of its vessel, the Clam Digger, in July 2013 near Anacortes.

Tacoma father charged with drugging baby

A Tacoma man pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he drugged his baby by spiking his bottle with an anesthetic called ketamine.

Inmates escape life behind bars to fight Washington wildfires

For inmates fighting fires in central Washington, this is a chance to escape life behind bars - at least for a little while.

State reviewing whether Hope owes state money

Officials are looking into whether a lawmaker who was registered to vote in another state since last year will have to pay back any money he earned as a Washington state lawmaker.

Boeing CEO apologizes for saying he'll keep workers 'cowering'

Boeing CEO Jim McNerney has apologized for saying he won't retire after turning 65 because "the heart will still be beating, the employees will still be cowering."

300 homes destroyed in Washington wildfires

Wildfires that have ravaged central Washington for two weeks have destroyed over 300 homes. That number is double what officials reported last weekend.

Marshawn Lynch missing as Seahawks camp begins

Marshawn Lynch famously said during Super Bowl week that he was "all about that action, boss."

Independent commission to look into Oso mudslide

An independent commission has been assigned the job of examining the emergency disaster response to the March 22 Oso mudslide.

Okung, Chancellor slowed as Seahawks camp opens

Startling left tackle Russell Okung and strong safety Kam Chancellor were both spectators as the Seattle Seahawks began training camp.

Amazon worker piloted drone around Space Needle

An employee from out of town was the operator of a drone that buzzed the Seattle Space Needle this week, police said.

Class size initiative makes Washington ballot

The Secretary of State's office has certified that a ballot initiative to decrease public school class sizes has enough qualified signatures to make the November ballot.

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