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Judge: Plan For Restoring Northwest Salmon Runs Not Enough
Seattle Climber Dies After Rappelling Fall In Methow ValleyAuthorities say an experienced Seattle climber died after falling more than 100 feet while climbing in northern Washington.
Audit: State Tolling System Needs ImprovementWashington's electronic tolling system doesn't have important functions that would help it process, collect and report tolls, according to a state audit released on Wednesday.
Driver Had A Monkey On His Back Even Before He Got ArrestedA Washington state driver who had a monkey on his back wound up with handcuffs on his wrists.
Health Officials Report First Zika Virus Case In King CountyHealth officials have confirmed the first case of the Zika virus in King County. It's the third case of Zika in Washington state.
Seattle Police Say They've Saved 3 People With Overdose DrugSeattle police say bicycle officers have saved three people from potentially fatal heroin overdoses since they started carrying an overdose reversal drug in mid-March.
Mexican Officials Searching For Missing Seattle WomanMexican officials say they are searching for a Seattle woman who disappeared while backpacking in southern Mexico.
Company Recalls Frozen Vegetables Linked To ListeriaA Pasco, Washington, company has expanded its recall of frozen vegetables linked to a listeria outbreak that has sickened eight people.
AP Exclusive: Dozens Escaped From Mental Hospital Since 2013Patients have bolted out unsecured doors, jumped over fences, crawled out windows, run away from staff during off-campus appointments and wandered off after being allowed outside the building.
Regulators Increase Proposed Penalty Against Ride The DucksWashington state regulators have approved a new settlement agreement with a Seattle tour company involved in a deadly crash last year, increasing the penalty to $308,000 after saying a previous amount was inadequate.
Feds: Pilot's Inability To Fly In Clouds Caused CrashThe crash of a small airplane into Washington's Cascade Mountains last July that killed the pilot and his wife and sent their teenage stepdaughter on a harrowing survival trek was caused by the pilot's decision to fly during bad weather despite knowing that he was not trained to fly in the clouds, federal investigators say.
Gypsy Moth Spraying Done, State To Set Traps This SummerState agricultural officials have finished spraying parts of Western Washington to kill leaf-eating gypsy moths. Now, they plan to set out thousands of traps this summer to see whether those treatments worked.

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