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Only 10 Percent Of Primary Ballots Returned So FarOnly about 10 percent of the state's voters have returned their ballots in advance of Tuesday's primary election.
$25 Million Mega Millions Lottery Jackpot ClaimedThe winner purchased the ticket at the White Center Quick Stop Food Mart and chose the one-time cash payment option of approximately $16 million. Lottery officials didn't identify the winner.
19 Arrested In Immigration And Customs Enforcement OperationOfficials say 17 of those taken into custody were originally from Mexico, one was from Guatemala and one was from El Salvador.
Fire Deptartment Finds 17 Everett Apartments Violate CodesSince January, the fire department has inspected more than 50 properties. Violation letters were sent to 17 owners.
Man Fatally Shot In SeattlePolice detained three people and the investigation continues.
Man Wanted In Couple's Murder Captured In MexicoA Washington state man wanted in the murders of his former neighbors was arrested Friday
Hundreds March In Seattle To Protest Police ShootingsThe Black Lives Matter rally Thursday evening lasted hours as people walked through the city
Large Fire Breaks Out In Bothell, Damages Several BusinessesThe blaze started around 3 a.m. Friday and was spread by high winds that fanned the flames.
More Money Needed For Seattle's Delayed Tunnel ProjectThe troubled project to replace an aging double-decker highway bridge hugging Seattle's waterfront with a tunnel faces up to $223 million in cost overruns, Washington transportation officials said Thursday.
Police Investigating After Body Found In Duwamish RiverPolice are investigating after they found a body floating in the Duwamish River just south of Seattle.
Decision Time: Will Washington Delegates Vote For Trump?After failing to place Ted Cruz into nomination as the GOP presidential candidate, members of the Washington state delegation must now decide if they will vote for Donald Trump in November.
Federal Judge Fines State $185,500 In Mental Health CaseA federal judge on Wednesday ordered Washington state's mental health services agency to pay a $185,500 fine for failing to provide timely competency services to hundreds of mentally ill defendants.

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