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    Rep. Matt Shea on latest controversy: 'I will not back down'

    Rep. Matt Shea responded to recent allegations regarding an online conversation among Spokane-area residents that promoted violence and surveillance of people with opposing viewpoints.
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    Rantz: Liberal activists livid when SDOT acknowledges cars exist

    Who knew an innocent safe-driving event would trigger the ire of Seattle’s extremist urbanist class? Well, the Seattle Department of Transportation just found out.
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    Amazon expected to close on mega real estate deal in Bellevue

    Amazon is expected to close on the 10-story Bellevue Corporate Plaza, which is home to a number of companies, and the city’s website said plans were already in the works to redevelop it.
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    Rep. Stokesbary wants safe injection site supporters to go on record

    Republican Rep. Drew Stokesbary answers criticism he has received over a safe injection amendment he recently added to a bill addressing Washington’s opioid crisis.
  • Johnson & Johnson Local News

    Johnson & Johnson settles Washington surgical mesh lawsuit for $9.9 million

    In an effort to avoid going to trial, Johnson & Johnson will pay $9.9 million for failing to disclose the serious risks linked with their surgical mesh devices, which impacted numerous patients, nurses, and doctors.
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    Bellevue police investigating another rideshare rape case

    Bellevue police are investigating a sexual assault case involving a rideshare driver. It is the second, unrelated rape-related case involving rideshares in the Seattle area.
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    New bill would study pollution in neighborhoods near airports like Sea-Tac

    People living near airports often have to contend with noise pollution issues, but On this Earth Day a new bill from Washington Democrat senator Adam Smith put the focus on potential air pollution.
  • Renton Local News

    Seattle Fire responds to Rainier Ave S gas leak, homes evacuated

    Seattle Fire Department responders are at the scene a suspected natural gas leak in a home in the 10300 block of Rainier Avenue South.
  • White Center burglary Local News

    Homeowner fatally shoots suspected burglar in White Center

    King County sheriff's deputies say a homeowner shot and killed a burglary suspect in White Center early Monday morning.
  • Alaskan Way Viaduct demolition Local News

    Alaskan Way Viaduct demolition hits delays in central core

    The demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct is taking longer than expected, with at least "a couple weeks" of delays expected for the central section of the now-closed roadway.
  • 520 bridge collision Local News

    All clear on WB 520 bridge following collision

    All lanes in the westbound direction of the SR 520 bridge just west of Evergreen Point Road are blocked, following a collision Monday.
  • Health care Mueller report Dave Ross

    Ross: In wake of Mueller report, let's move on to solving health care

    With the Mueller report in the rearview, suppose we move on as a country and do what Trump has promised many times: Reform the system that bankrupts too many Americans in need of prescription drugs.
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    State lawmaker will accept invite to shadow nurse after 'playing cards' comment

    Senator Maureen Walsh says she has learned of a petition urging her to spend a day shadowing a nurse on a 12-hour shift.
  • 4/20 Local News

    WSP arrests 32 drivers during 4/20 emphasis patrols

    Washington State Patrol arrested almost three-dozen drivers for suspected impairment over the weekend, during emphasized patrols deployed for 4/20. 
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