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Amazon Goes On Hiring Spree As Labor Market TightensThe company said Wednesday that it's looking to fill more than 50,000 positions across the U.S.
State Denies Company Request To Bring Back Some Duck BoatsState regulators are - for now - denying a request from a Seattle tour company to once again begin using the type of duck boats involved in a 2015 crash that killed five college students and injured dozens more.
Suit Filed Over New Income Tax For Wealthy Seattle ResidentsAs expected, attorneys have filed a lawsuit challenging Seattle's new ordinance to tax high-income earners.
State Ferry Rates To Increase Under Proposal Most vehicle and passengers fares will increase this October and again next year under a proposal being considered by the Washington State Transportation Commission.
Seattle Suburb May Decide Repeal Of 'Sanctuary City' Status
Seattle Man Faces Charges In North Dakota Bank RobberyA Seattle man accused of robbing a bank in North Dakota is now also accused of terrorizing clerks in the business.
Washington Unemployment Rate Holds Steady At 4.5 PercentWashington state's unemployment rate held steady last month at 4.5 percent and the state gained 2,500 jobs.
Report: Neglect At Washington State Disabled Facilities Disabled people living in four Washington-state run communities have choked to death, been sexually assaulted, denied basic treatment and given the wrong medication, according to a report released Wednesday by Disability Rights Washington.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray: I Am Not Going To ResignHowever, Murray, who denies the allegations, is facing increasing pressure to step down after it was reported Sunday by The Seattle Times that an Oregon child-welfare investigator concluded 30 years ago that he had sexually abused his foster son.
Robot Helps Passengers Through Seattle Airport Security A robot named Tracey is greeting passengers at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, providing tips to get them smoothly through security checkpoints.
Man Charged With Killing Wife In Uber Pleads Not GuiltyCameron Espitia, 31, who is jailed on $3 million bail, told investigators he had been drinking and "having a bad night" but didn't remember what happened during the ride July 2, according to charging documents.
Seattle Opens Innovative 24-Hour Homeless CenterAn innovative 24-hour homeless shelter and service center is opening Wednesday in Seattle.

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