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  • 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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    All lanes in the westbound direction of the SR 520 bridge just west of Evergreen Point Road are blocked, following a collision Monday.
  • Kitsap Local News

    Kitsap County considers banning retail sale of cats and dogs

    Concerns about "puppy mills" and "kitten factories" have increased talks of a ban in Kitsap County on the retail sale of cats and dogs.
  • 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. 
  • Kent apartment fire Local News

    18 displaced after 2-alarm Kent apartment fire

    A two-alarm apartment fire in Kent’s East Hill neighborhood displaced 18 residents Sunday evening.
  • I-90 Local News

    Semi carrying human waste crashes, blocks eastbound lanes on I-90 in Issaquah

    Troopers with the Washington State Patrol responded to a semi rollover crash on eastbound I-90 Sunday.
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    Minor parties play the wild card

    The five presidential elections of the 21st Century have established a clear pattern of close battles between evenly matched parties-- a pattern charismatic candidates and billions in spending can’t seem to break.
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    Dog parking? High-tech, rentable dog houses coming to Seattle

    These aren't the dog houses of your childhood. They're equipped with heat and air conditioning, secure access, auto-sanitizing UV lights, and even feature a puppy cam, so you check in your dog during the 15 minutes or so that you're apart.
  • trump Michael Medved

    Democrats continue to alienate the white working class

    With Democrats lurching leftward toward reparations, Medicare for all and a Green New Deal, they seem ready to repeat their mistake by nominating a radical ideologue.
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    Rep. Heck on Mueller Report: This 'isn’t over by a long, long shot'

    Washington Congressmember Denny Heck says that despite the Mueller Report's release, there is more work ahead for Congress and the issues surrounding Russian interference in the 2016 election are not settled.
  • seattle overpass Local News

    Criminals dropped off under Seattle overpass

    A Yakima County Sheriff's van was spotted dropping off criminals in downtown Seattle. A concerned citizen took the video and sent it off to the Mayor's Office, and that sparked an investigation.
  • $15 minimum wage Dori Monson

    Dori: I told you so -- $15 minimum wage costs restaurant jobs in new survey

    Dori is vindicated over his $15 minimum wage predictions -- a survey of restaurants found that a higher minimum wage cost employees their jobs.
  • Nurse Harborview Local News

    Questions, confusion after Senate passes 'catastrophic' measure limiting nurse shifts

    Washington state nurses were stunned this week, when a bill originally intended to require uninterrupted breaks was passed in the Senate, limiting shifts to eight hours. So, how did this happen, and what's being done now to fix it?
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