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  • Federal Way

    Man found dead in middle of Federal Way highway

    Federal Way police are investigating after the body of a man was found in the middle of a road.
  • Jury awards $17M to 3 plaintiffs in deadly Amtrak derailment

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A federal jury has awarded three people who sued over a deadly Amtrak derailment in Washington state nearly $17 million for their pain and suffering. An eight-person jury in U.S. District Court in Tacoma decided Friday to award $7.75 million to Dale Skyllingstad, $7 million to Blaine Wilmotte and $2 million […]
  • 2 puppies euthanized after contact with rabid bats

    LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — Officials say two German shepherd puppies were euthanized after they came into contact with bats that tested positive for rabies in southwestern Washington. KATU-TV reports Cowlitz County environmental health manager Season Long said Friday a 4-month-old and a 5-month old German shepherd were euthanized because the puppies hadn’t been vaccinated for […]
  • Auction of collection of TCM’s Robert Osborne includes Oscar

    DAVENPORT, Wash. (AP) — A 1936 Oscar is among the items going up for auction from the collection of the late Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne. Grant Zahajko (zuh-HAHJ’-koh) Auctions of Davenport, Washington, announced Friday that Osborne’s collection , owned by his three nieces, will be auctioned on Oct. 10th. The collection of the […]
  • Washington body found in river identified as murdered teen

    AUBURN, Wash. (AP) — Washington authorities have identified the body of a teenage boy found in Green River waters by two fishermen. KOMO-TV reports that King County Medical Examiner’s Office identified 16-year-old Juan Carlos Con Guzman. Officials say Con Guzman died from multiple blunt and sharp force injuries from a suspected homicide. Con Guzman was […]
  • County OKs shoreline permits for Kalama methanol plant

    KALAMA, Wash. (AP) — The proposed methanol plant in Kalama, Washington, has taken another step forward after Cowlitz County affirmed the project should get the shoreline permits as previously granted. The Daily News reports the county Department of Building and Planning reviewed the shoreline permits under the recently released greenhouse gas emission study to determine […]
  • Woman sentenced to 3 years in prison for charity theft

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A federal judge has sentenced a former bookkeeper for Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels to three years in federal prison. U.S. District Court Judge Robert Whaley sentenced 59-year-old Michelle Ferrell on Thursday in Spokane, Washington. The Spokesman-Review reports that Ferrell had been caught taking organization funds to help pay for […]
  • Washington authorities investigate body found in Liberty Bay

    POULSBO, Wash. (AP) — Washington authorities have announced a body was discovered in Liberty Bay. The Kitsap Sun reported Wednesday that the Poulsbo Police Department has started an investigation after the body was found near the Port of Poulsbo marina northwest of Seattle. Authorities say the body has not been identified, and it is unknown […]
  • debate

    KIRO Radio, KTTH hosts react to fiery Democratic debate

    The top Democratic presidential contenders are on one debate stage Thursday in Houston as Joe Biden tries to solidify his early lead over Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
  • Seattle pays ex-worker who spoke out about sex harassment

    SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle agreed to pay $450,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a former City Light employee who spoke out against sexual harassment in her office and who helped create a group called the Seattle Silence Breakers to push for reforms. The Seattle Times reports the city does not admit liability in the […]
  • sound transit

    Sound Transit releases new cost estimates for tunnel options to West Seattle and Ballard

    Sound Transit released a new analysis showing light rail tunnels would each add hundreds of millions of dollars to the cost of bringing train service to West Seattle and Ballard.
  • students, schools

    Seattle students return positive testing, despite statewide struggles

    Recently-released assessments show that while students in Seattle schools are outpacing Washington in key metrics, there are still issues to address.
  • Chicago White Sox to visit the Seattle Mariners

    Chicago White Sox (64-82, third in the AL Central) vs. Seattle Mariners (60-87, fifth in the AL West) Seattle; Friday, 10 p.m. EDT PITCHING PROBABLES: White Sox: Dylan Covey (1-8, 7.69 ERA) Mariners: Yusei Kikuchi (6-9, 5.24 ERA) The Mariners are 31-41 on their home turf. Seattle has a collective batting average of .238 this […]
  • Galvis slam, Reds win 11-5; M’s rookie Lewis homers again

    SEATTLE (AP) — Freddy Galvis connected for a go-ahead grand slam, Eugenio Suarez hit his 45th home run and the Cincinnati Reds overcame another drive by Mariners rookie Kyle Lewis to beat Seattle 11-5 on Thursday night. Galvis’ second slam of the season and third of his career capped a five-run rally in the seventh […]
  • Thursday’s Scores

    PREP FOOTBALL= Tumwater 54, Yelm 27 POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS= Auburn Mountainview vs. River Ridge, ppd. Graham-Kapowsin vs. Bellarmine Prep, ppd. to Sep 14th. Kentridge vs. Enumclaw, ppd. Kingston vs. Port Townsend, ppd. Renton vs. Orting, ppd. ___ Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/ Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This […]

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