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Didier drops lawsuit over campaign

Republican U.S. House candidate Clint Didier has dropped his federal lawsuit against a volunteer for his opponent's campaign over an alleged misuse of state resources.

Deputies investigating body found in trash pile near White Center

King County detectives are investigating a probable homicide near White Center.

Road on Mount Baker closed for winter

The Washington Transportation Department has closed its first section of a highway for the winter.

Bellevue lieutenant fired over 'deceitful' workers' comp claim

A Bellevue police lieutenant has been fired following allegations that she forged an official document in order to file a workers' compensation claim.

Seattle officer's discipline for beating reversed

A Seattle police disciplinary review board has overturned the eight-day suspension given to an officer who was seen on video hitting a suspect for spitting on him.

Aberdeen council reconsidering fluoride in water

The Aberdeen City Council voted Wednesday night to draft an ordinance that would remove fluoride from the water supply.

Seattle sends warning letters to medical pot shops

The city of Seattle is warning its more than 300 medical marijuana businesses that their days could be numbered.

Record year for Washington raspberry harvest

The raspberry harvest in Washington this year was a record 72.5 million pounds.

Seattle nurse monitored for Ebola as precaution

A Seattle-area nurse who has returned after treating Ebola patients in Africa is being monitored and voluntarily restricting her movements.

$2.2M spent toward Snohomish County Courthouse

The Snohomish County Council agreed to pay a $232,000 settlement to an architectural firm that was removed from the new courthouse project over budget concerns.

Trial for teen accused of killing Bremerton girl

Kitsap County prosecutors expect the trial to proceed for a 17-year-old boy accused of killing a 6-year-old Bremerton girl.

Man, woman wounded at Burien apartment

King County deputies are looking for the suspect in a Thursday morning shooting that wounded a man and woman at a Burien apartment.

First heavy rain of season breaks record

More rain isn't going to help your commute home Wednesday afternoon. Meteorologist Johnny Berg at the National Weather Service in Seattle said the rain won't stop until next week.

Seattle scientists think they know why Gen X got the flu

Some people who seemingly never get the flu got sick last season - even some who got a flu shot. Scientists in Seattle think they know why and whether it will happen again.

What are they building? New downtown tower to soar 40 stories

Seattle's ever growing collection of construction cranes will be getting a new addition, as work has gotten underway on a new 40-story apartment tower at Second Avenue and Pine Street.

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