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    Fallen Cowlitz County deputy to be honored with memorial

    A memorial service for slain Cowlitz County Deputy Justin DeRosier will be held on Wednesday at 1 p.m. on the University of Portland campus.
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    'Bride Ships' came to BC before Seattle’s Mercer Girls

    Before Seattle's famous Mercer Girls came to provide brides for lonely settlers, Victoria BC had its own boatload of women.
  • bump stock Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Activists may use buyback data to target and dox local gun owners

    If you participated in the recent bump stock buyback program, your personal information may be used to target and harass you as a gun owner.
  • U-District house fire Local News

    Firefighters battle blaze in abandoned house in U-District

    Seattle firefighters were on-scene early Monday morning at a "fully involved" house fire in the 4500 block of 9th Avenue Northeast in the city's University District.
  • King County Local News

    King County airport will begin banning ICE detainee flights

    The King County International Airport will no longer support activity related to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and deportation.
  • faith and politics Dori Monson

    Faith and politics -- a dish best served separately?

    Politicians often tie faith and politics together, but one former Bush administration member believes that Americans should be more careful about this.
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    Everett/Edmonds high speed chase: 2 in custody, including homicide suspect

    A high speed chase out of Everett ended in Edmonds with a heavy police presence. Two suspects were taken into custody, one on suspicion of a homicide.
  • pioneer square Local News

    Concern about underground street walls bringing vehicle weight restrictions to Pioneer Square

    So the city plans new load restrictions in Pioneer Square. In early May, vehicles weighing more than 10,000 pounds will have to stay in the left lane, where the ground is more solid and where buses drive now.
  • Bertha Local News

    Seattle Tunnel Partners face sanctions in Bertha lawsuit

    Thurston County Judge Carol Murphy released a ruling Monday, saying that Seattle Tunnel Partners will face sanctions in a lawsuit regarding cost overruns in the SR 99 tunnel project.
  • district 7, seattle, district 6 Local News

    Seattle council candidates for District 6 gather for Tuesday forum

    Candidates for Seattle's District 6 will gather Tuesday evening for the next edition of Speak Out Seattle's series of forums for current city council races.
  • Daylight Saving Time Local News

    Permanent Daylight Saving bill passes in Olympia -- here's what's next

    A bill to keep Washington state in Daylight Saving Time permanently was passed by the Legislature Tuesday. Here's what happens next, and when we potentially get to stop changing our clocks for good.
  • Grand Coulee Dam Clean Energy Washington Local News

    Bills for clean energy, ghost guns, campaign donations pass in Olympia

    As we near the end of the legislative session, a handful of bills saw their fates early this week, including the passage of a 100 percent clean energy measure, and a bill pushing for transparency from political action committees.
  • black, DNA, race Dave Ross

    Who determines which race you are?

    Ralph Taylor talks with Dave Ross about the case he is attempting to submit to the Supreme Court that surrounds how to determine the race of a person.
  • SR 509 collision Local News

    All lanes of SR 509 reopened at West Marginal Way after collision

    A collision on SR 509 at West Marginal Way in South Seattle has all northbound lanes blocked, as well as the southbound HOV lane.
  • library, Seattle library Local News

    Seattle City Council sends $219M library levy to ballot

    Seattle City Council voted Monday to send a controversial $219 million library levy to the ballot in August.
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