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    Study: Amazon’s deadline pressure on drivers may be leading to accidents

    Amazon is responding to accusations that the pressure it puts on delivery drivers to meet demands contributes to crashes. Amazon drivers will be out in full force for the holiday rush.
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    Kshama Sawant to lead protest over Biden fundraiser in Seattle

    Kshama Sawant is leading a Saturday protest against a Seattle fundraiser for Vice President Joe Biden at Madison Park.
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    Amazon claims bias from Trump after losing ‘war cloud’ contract to Microsoft

    After losing a sought-after 'war cloud' contract to Microsoft, Amazon is claiming 'unmistakable bias' from President Trump.
  • Light rail colors, Red Line

    Sound Transit to ditch ‘Red Line’ light rail name in face of criticism

    Sound Transit announced Thursday that it would be dropping the "Red Line" label from its primary light rail route after facing criticism.
  • Friday’s Scores

    PREP FOOTBALL= Lynden Christian 42, Cascade Christian 12 Odessa 73, Colton 0 Class 1A= State First Round= Deer Park 22, Zillah 20 Lasalle 35, Cashmere 10 Lynden Christian 42, Cascade Christian 12 Royal 64, Charles Wright Academy 7 Class 2A= State First Round= Archbishop Murphy 46, North Kitsap 0 Lakewood 38, Sequim 12 Steilacoom 42, […]
  • Seattle police prostitution sting

    Seattle police captain arrested in undercover prostitution sting

    A 31-year veteran Seattle Police Department captain was arrested by his fellow officers during a vice sting late Wednesday.
  • No. 8 Gonzaga cruises by Texas A&M for 79-49 victory

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Admon Gilder and Ryan Woolridge each scored 16 points, and No. 8 Gonzaga routed Texas A&M 79-49 on Friday night. Filip Petrusev added 14 points and 10 rebounds, helping the Bulldogs (4-0) overcome a slow start. Drew Timme had 11 points. Gilder also had seven rebounds in his return to […]
  • Gov. declares emergency for I-5 overpass damage in Chehalis

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed a state of emergency related to an estimated $1 million in damage to an Interstate 5 overpass in Chehalis. Inslee made the declaration Friday, saying an over-sized load caused the damage on Oct. 5. He says it’s imperative that the critical stretch of interstate in […]
  • Idaho State squares up against Washington St.

    Idaho State (2-1) vs. Washington State (1-1) Wallis Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum, Pullman, Washington; Sunday, 4 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Idaho State visits Washington State in an early season matchup. Idaho State won easily 80-48 at home against Montana-Western on Thursday. Washington State lost 70-62 at Santa Clara on Tuesday. FAB FRESHMEN: Washington State’s CJ […]
  • Washington state teacher charged, upset over PTSD claim

    PUYALLUP, Wash. (AP) — Washington state prosecutors have charged a high school teacher of felony harassment after suspecting she made threatening comments. The Tacoma News Tribune reported Thursday that Pierce County prosecutors accused 58-year-old Puyallup teacher Julie Hillend-Jones of threatening to shoot and kill students at Emerald Ridge High School. Prosecutors say she made threats […]
  • 14-year-old arrested for DUI after police chase

    PUYALLUP, Wash. (AP) — A 14-year-old girl was arrested on suspicion of eluding police and driving while impaired after a high-speed chase in Puyallup. KOMO-TV reports the chase began early Friday after a trooper saw a motorist speeding and tried to pull the SUV over. Trooper Johnna Batiste with the Washington State Patrol says the […]
  • Washington state military families worried over moldy houses

    SEATTLE (AP) — Military families in Washington state have raised concerns saying housing at their base made them sick. KOMO-TV reported Thursday that multiple families who were living on Joint Base Lewis-McChord are now living in motels and recreational vehicles because of moldy conditions. Private company officials from Lincoln Military Housing say they are working […]
  • Beggs comes back to win presidency of Spokane City Council

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A candidate who was trailing on election night has come back to win the race for Spokane City Council president. Breean Beggs has extended his lead in the race to more that 500 votes, prompting businesswoman Cindy Wendle to concede on Thursday night. Beggs, a member of the council, trailed by […]
  • Coeur d’Alene politician retires after 50 years of service

    COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho (AP) — Coeur d’Alene politician Ron Edinger is retiring after five decades of service to the northern Idaho city. Edinger is a former mayor who was elected 12 times to the Coeur d’Alene City Council. The Spokesman-Review reports that a crowd of supporters celebrated his career on Thursday evening. Edinger’s political career […]
  • Lawyers for school shooting suspect ask judge to recuse self

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Lawyers for the person charged with shooting four people, one fatally, at Freeman High School are asking the judge to recuse himself from the case. Defense attorney Brooke Foley filed the motion last week, contending Spokane County Superior Court Judge Michael Price “can no longer appear impartial” in the case. Caleb […]

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