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Why Seattle isn't making better use of the 'Denver Stop' or all-way-walk

The on-going battle between cars and pedestrians in Seattle is the focus of this morning's CHOKEPOINT update.

Everett woman, 89, missing for 2 weeks

An 89-year-old Everett woman has been missing for two weeks and searches by law enforcement agencies have come up empty.

Suspect dead following officer-involved shooting at Gas Works Park

Police are investigating an early morning officer involved shooting at Gas Works Park in Seattle.

B.C. to US lawmakers: sewage treatment will happen

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has told Gov. Jay Inslee and other U.S. lawmakers that Victoria will treat the sewage it dumps into the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

Sheriff won't provide escorts in labor dispute

The Clark County sheriff has declined a request to escort state grain inspectors past picket lines in a long-running contract dispute between a Vancouver, Wash., grain terminal and a union.

Police: man attacks woman, takes their child

Seattle police have arrested a man who allegedly kidnapped his infant daughter after threatening to kill the baby's mother.

Official: fire sparked after bird hits power pole

A fire official in Franklin County says a brush fire was started Tuesday when a sparrow hit into a power pole, caught fire and dropped to the ground.

Seattle's only retail pot shop still waiting for supply

It's been a frustrating month for Seattle's only retail marijuana shop, as a lack of pot has forced Cannabis City to keep its doors closed for much of the time since legal sales began July 8.

Hiker hoisted to safety after fall near Shelton

A hiker who fell down a steep embankment beneath Washington state's highest bridge was hoisted to safety in a dramatic rescue operation Tuesday.

Washington ferry with hundreds aboard loses power

A Washington state ferry lost power on the ferry system's busiest route Tuesday, stranding hundreds of passengers in the Puget Sound until the vessel could be towed to the dock.

Update: Seattle police capture felon accused of kidnapping infant child

The search is on for a violent felon who kidnapped his one-month-old daughter and threatened to kill her mother in the University District earlier Tuesday.

State ferry 'Tacoma' stalls off Bainbridge Island

The ferry "Tacoma" lost power on the Seattle-Bainbridge run. There are more than 400 passengers and 138 vehicles on board.

Gas Works Park graffiti spree underscores ongoing battle with taggers

Cleanup continues at Seattle's Gas Works Park after vandals spray painted graffiti that's being called among the worst the parks department has ever seen.

Dori Monson: We need a leader to save us from Seattle tunnel big dig nightmare

It was announced this week that there is yet another delay for the Seattle tunnel. This is something that affects everybody who is listening, because everybody in the state is going to be on the hook for this thing.

Spanaway family in 2-year feud with moving company

Kraig and Lisa Owens have spent the past 21 months in a bitter feud with a Portland-based moving company.

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