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3 stabbed at random in downtown Seattle; suspect arrested

Authorities say three people were stabbed at random in downtown Seattle and a suspect is in custody.


Rains strand Washington drivers, flood White House basement

A slow-moving rainstorm Monday washed out roads, stranded drivers and soaked basements, including the White House’s, during a chaotic morning commute in the national capital region.


New report warns of potential radiation release at Hanford

A new report warns that a huge facility on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington state is at risk of releasing radioactive contamination into the environment the longer it remains standing.


Family shocked as trailer burned in fatal Port Angeles fire; husband arrested

Police have arrested a man suspected in a mobile home fire that killed four people in Port Angeles, Wash.


It’s a girl: Researchers get closer look at J pod orca baby

A new baby orca born to J pod is a female, researchers have confirmed.


Suspect in White Swan killings arraigned in federal court

One of the suspects in the June shooting deaths of five people in White Swan was arraigned on a federal carjacking charge.


Study: Rising sea levels could cost Seattle $23B by 2040

A climate study has estimated that Seattle’s costs associated with sea level rise could be more than $23.8 billion by 2040.


Colfax reinstates fired police chief

The Colfax Civil Service Commission has agreed to reinstate the city’s fired police chief with full back pay.


Torrential rains dampen Trump’s military parade

Trump celebrates military and eclectic heroes in Lincoln Memorial July 4 speech.


Bikini baristas may become tank-top baristas after ruling

SEATTLE – The “bikini baristas” in one Washington city might become tank-top baristas following a U.S. appeals court ruling. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday overturned a lower court judge’s decision to block the city of Everett from imposing a dress-code on the scantily clad coffee servers.




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