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Washington Highway Tolls Go Up And Down Over HolidayWashington highway and bridge tolls will be going up — or down — on Thanksgiving, depending on the roadway traveled.
Costco: FDA Tests Point Toward E. Coli In Salad Vegetables
Student Leader: Washington College Unsafe For Women Of ColorThe student body president of Western Washington University said Wednesday she has received death threats involving her race and no longer feels safe on the Bellingham campus.
Lorena Gonzalez, Seattle City Council's 1st Latina, Sworn InThe Seattle City Council has its first member of Latino descent.
Monitor Praises Seattle Police Internal Review Of ForceThe court-appointed monitor overseeing reforms at the Seattle Police Department says the agency's system for reviewing uses of force by officers is working well.
Water Supply Back To Normal In Seattle, Everett And TacomaCity officials say water supply levels in Seattle, Everett and Tacoma are back to normal.
Tens Of Thousands Shivering Without Power In SpokaneA major windstorm last Tuesday damaged the electrical grid in Spokane, the state's second-largest city
2 Yale Students From Pacific Northwest Are Rhodes ScholarsJared Milfred of Portland, Oregon, and Mason Ji of Shoreline, Washington, are among the 32 American students chosen as Rhodes scholars for 2016.
Gorilla Gives Birth At Woodland Park ZooA 19-year-old western lowland gorilla has given birth at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle.
Judge Denies Washington Kids' Petition On Climate ChangeThe lawsuit was brought by eight children, 10 to 15 years old.
City-Sanctioned Homeless Encampment Opens In SeattleResidents have started moving in to Seattle's first-ever permitted homeless encampment.
Crews Continue Cleanup After Northwest StormWell over 100,000 customers were prepping for a third night without power
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