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  • Judge tosses signatures on Washington gun initiative

    SEATTLE (AP) — A judge in Washington has thrown out more than 300,000 signatures to put a gun-control initiative on the November ballot, saying the petition format did not follow election law. Thurston County Superior Court Judge James Dixon said Friday the signature petitions for Initiative 1639 did not clearly identify what would change in […]
  • Couple awarded $1 million in voyeurism lawsuit

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) — A judge has awarded a Washington couple $1 million in damages after they sued a former lifeguard and city employee who admitted to videotaping women while they used a staff changing area at an aquatic center. The Bellingham Herald reports the woman in the lawsuit said the video voyeurism caused her […]
  • Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff gets a $550-an-hour coach

    SEATTLE (AP) — The taxpayer-funded transit authority for the Puget Sound region has hired a $550-an-hour management coach to help its chief executive get along better with employees. The Seattle Times reports that Sound Transit hired the coach after board members disclosed that CEO Peter Rogoff had faced an internal investigation over allegations of verbal […]
  • Rights group, state reach settlement in competency lawsuit

    SEATTLE (AP) — Three years after a federal judge said Washington state was violating the rights of mentally ill people warehoused in jails while they wait for competency services, the state has agreed to a plan to fix the problem. A settlement reached Thursday between Disability Rights Washington and the Department of Social and Health […]
  • Woman charged in Washington bridge push caught on video

    VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — A woman accused of injuring her 16-year-old friend when she pushed the teen off a bridge in Washington state has been charged with reckless endangerment following a shove captured on video that went viral. The KGW television station reported Friday that charging documents filed by the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s office […]
  • Former Spokane cop denied new trial after rape conviction

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A judge in Spokane has rejected a new trial for a former Spokane police sergeant convicted of sexually assaulting a female police officer during a drunken house party three years ago. The Spokesman-Review reports that Gordon Ennis sought a new trial after blaming his first attorney for not adequately casting doubt […]
  • Man arrested in Spokane in death of infant

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Police in Spokane have arrested a man in connection with an infant’s death. Police arrested 33-year-old Erik Sherman on Thursday for homicide by abuse. Police say an infant was taken to a Spokane hospital on Aug. 7 and subsequently died. Sherman is being held in the Spokane County Jail. Copyright © […]
  • Handcuffed DUI suspect dies in jump from Highway 520 bridge

    SEATTLE (AP) — The Washington State Patrol says a handcuffed drunken-driving suspect is dead after jumping from the Highway 520 floating bridge into Lake Washington. Authorities say a trooper stopped the 31-year-old Kirkland man a little after 1:30 a.m. Friday. After being handcuffed, he resisted being placed in the trooper’s patrol car and then leaped […]
  • Bellevue

    Former Bellevue cop faces witness tampering charges

    John Kivlin's bail was bumped to $500 million and he was re-arrested. He now faces new charges for violating the order and for witness tampering.
  • Police probe whether beheaded cat related to other killings

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Police say investigators are trying to determine whether a beheaded kitten’s head found this week is related to a series of cat killings in the area. The Olympian reports Lacey police Cmdr. Jim Mack said the head was found in a wooded area near Clearbrook Drive Southeast and Yonkers Drive Southeast. […]
  • oso

    Finding Summer: A brother’s mission to get to his sister after the Oso slide

    A heroic brother was determined to find everyone lost in the tragic Oso landslide in 2014, including his sister. His mom gave him a mission: Go find your sister Summer.
  • Washington school district shortens school week to 4 days

    SEATTLE (AP) — A school district in central Washington state is moving to four-day weeks when the school year begins later this month. KING-TV reports the Waterville School District will hold classes Monday through Thursday, giving students and faculty three-day weekends. Superintendent Tabatha Mires says the change aims to increase staff retention and recruitment as […]
  • motorcycle

    Motorcyclist describes self-defense shooting in I-5 road rage attack

    A 24-year-old motorcyclist who fatally shot a 60-year-old man as he attacked her along I-5 described the incident for the first time in an exclusive interview with a fellow motorcyclist.
  • gun rights

    McKenna: Expect Supreme Court to be flooded with gun rights cases

    A major switch up on the United States Supreme Court could usher in a new era of gun rights lawsuits. Many such lawsuits are emerging in Washington under new firearm regulations.
  • orca, whales

    Conservation group files lawsuit to protect orca whales

    A federal lawsuit was filed Thursday in Seattle that aims to add protected waters for southern resident orcas in Puget Sound and along the coast. 

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