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Inslee makes temporary appointment to House seat

Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed a retired Navy captain to temporarily fill a vacant House seat.

Hamilton still out of lineup for Angels

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton should resume swinging a bat on Saturday, but he is not expected to play in the final series of the regular season.

Lawsuit: BNSF discriminated against injured man

A lawsuit says BNSF Railway violated federal law by withdrawing a job offer to a qualified police applicant because of a back injury.

Man wrongfully imprisoned gets $500k

A Seattle man who was wrongfully imprisoned for a decade has been awarded nearly $500,000.

19-year-old sentenced for attempted robbery

A federal judge sentenced a 19-year-old King County man to seven years in prison for using a firearm during an attempted marijuana robbery that turned deadly.

Woman killed crossing Federal Way street

A woman was struck and killed Friday morning trying to walk across a Federal Way street.

Bellingham man pleads not guilty in dog shooting

The man accused of killing a neighbor's dog in Bellingham pleaded not guilty Friday to an animal cruelty charge.

Woman hit by Community Transit bus in Monroe dies

An 82-year-old woman hit by a Community Transit bus Thursday night in Monroe has died of her injuries.

King County Metro bus service cuts start Saturday

After more than a year of warnings, King County Metro Transit's first wave of service cuts take effect Saturday.

Teen pleads not guilty to rape on team bus trip

A 14-year-old Washington state high school student accused of sexually assaulting three other students on a football team bus trip pleaded not guilty to rape Thursday.

Weekend events expected to complicate Seattle traffic

Several events on Saturday are expected to bring extra traffic congestion to the Seattle area.

Mount St. Helens dome-building eruption recalled

Ten years ago this week, Mount St. Helens started shooting steam and ash in the air. The eruption wasn't as big as the 1980 blast, but over three years it built a second lava dome in the crater that rose to more than 1,000 feet.

Secret Seattle-Tacoma port meetings challenged

An open-government advocate is asking a judge to declare private meetings between Seattle and Tacoma port commissioners illegal.

Pedestrian killed in Federal Way collision

Rain-soaked streets and darkness may have played a role in an accident in Federal Way where a woman was struck by a car while crossing the street.

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