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  • AP State

    Settlement sets aside $10M for Colstrip community

    SEATTLE (AP) — Puget Sound Energy, the largest owner of the Colstrip power plant in Montana, says it will be able to pay down its debts from two newer units there by 2027. The Bellevue, Washington-based utility also agreed to aside $10 million for a community transition fund to help two Montana communities — Colstrip […]
  • AP State

    Temporary Seattle mayor says he doesn’t want to keep the job

    SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle’s temporary mayor, appointed after Ed Murray resigned amid sex abuse allegations, spent just 48 hours on the job before announcing Friday he didn’t want to keep it. But Bruce Harrell made the most of his brief tenure, signing four executive orders — including one that seeks to land Amazon’s planned second […]
  • AP State

    Man shot by Des Moines cop died of self-inflicted gunshot

    FIFE, Wash. (AP) — Authorities say a man initially believed to have been fatally shot by a Des Moines police officer after a high-speed chase actually died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. KOMO-TV reports ( ) police were called to a disturbance at the Des Moines Marina at 12:45 a.m. Friday and were told a […]
  • AP State

    Responders ram driveway gate to save UPS driver from dogs

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Authorities say firefighters in Washington state rammed through a driveway gate to save a delivery driver who was being mauled by pit bulls. The News Tribune newspaper reports the UPS driver was delivering a package to a house in the South Hill area, near Tacoma, on Wednesday when the dogs backed […]
  • AP State

    Colorado IDs handful of possible double-voting cases

    DENVER (AP) — Colorado is investigating whether a handful of voters cast two ballots in the 2016 presidential election. Secretary of State Wayne Williams said Friday 48 people may have either voted twice in Colorado or voted in Colorado and in another state. Some 2.9 million Coloradans voted last fall. Williams says the cases were […]
  • Columbia City shooting Local News

    Man dies from injuries in Columbia City shooting

    Homicide detectives are now investigating a shooting in Columbia City that killed a man Thursday evening.
  • AP State

    AP source: Broncos to sign defensive lineman Ahtyba Rubin

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — A person with knowledge of the negotiations tells The Associated Press the Denver Broncos are finalizing a one-year deal with veteran defensive lineman Ahtyba (pronounced ah-TAY-ba) Rubin because defensive end Jared Crick is facing possible back surgery. The person spoke to The AP on condition of anonymity because the team hadn’t […]
  • AP State

    Neurosurgeon gets $17.5 million after being fired

    SEATTLE (AP) — An arbitrator has awarded $17.5 million to a former Swedish Health neurosurgeon who says he was fired in retaliation for questioning the practices of another top surgeon. The Seattle Times reports ( ) Dr. David Newell lost his job a year ago, and Swedish says he was fired for failing to […]
  • school zones Local News

    Several school zones in Western Washington receive failing grades for distracted driving

    Western Washington school zones don't make the grade when it comes to traffic and road safety around schools and students.
  • Seattle PARKing Day Local News

    Seattle to lose 47 parking spaces on Friday for PARKing Day

    PARKing Day is back in Seattle. A total of 47 parking spaces will be taken out of circulation for temporary parks throughout the city.
  • AP State

    1 suspect arrested in case of kidnapped pot shop employee

    YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — Authorities say a man suspected in the Sunday kidnapping of a marijuana store employee near Spokane has been captured. The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office says Donovan Culps was taken into custody in Goldendale Thursday. The Pacific Northwest Violent Offenders Task Force found Culps as he exited an apartment complex and got […]
  • AP State

    West Thurston firefighters save dogs trained to take cover

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Firefighters in Washington state were able to save the lives of two dogs that are trained to seek cover in the bathtub if they sense danger. The West Thurston Regional Fire Authority went to a house fire on Wednesday and found the dogs unconscious in a bathtub. Authorities say one dog […]
  • AP State

    Anti-sanctuary city initiative pulled from Burien ballot

    BURIEN, Wash. (AP) — Following a court ruling, King County Elections is pulling an anti-sanctuary city initiative off the Nov. 7 Burien ballot. The Seattle Times reports ( ) the initiative called for repealing a city ordinance, passed by the City Council in January, which bars police officers and other city employees from asking about […]
  • AP State

    Thursday’s Scores

    PREP FOOTBALL Auburn Riverside 52, Thomas Jefferson 0 Central Kitsap 28, North Thurston 7 Federal Way 21, Auburn Mountainview 17 Graham-Kapowsin 49, Emerald Ridge 0 Hazen 62, Kent Meridian 14 Seattle Prep 27, Redmond 17 Spanaway Lake 51, Stadium 24 POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS Mt. Spokane vs. Eastmont, ppd. to Sep 16th. ___ Some scores provided […]
  • Ed Murray Local News

    Report: Irish police asked to investigate Ed Murray’s time in Ireland

    Police in Ireland received a request to investigate whether any allegations were made against former Seattle Mayor Ed Murray while he lived overseas.

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