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Snohomish County Settles Public Records Case For $600,000

Lawsuit claimed Sheriff’s Office mishandled public records request


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Residents Sue Over Seattle Composting Law

A group of residents has sued the city of Seattle, saying the city is violating their privacy rights when it requires garbage collectors to scan their garbage to make sure they don’t throw food waste in the trash.

CBS Seattle–07/16/2015

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Engine Fire On Flight Forces Emergency Landing At Sea-Tac

Passengers saw flames shoot from an airliner’s engine and the Delta flight with more than 260 people on board was forced to make an emergency landing at the Seattle airport before dawn Thursday.

CBS Seattle–07/16/2015

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As Amazon Turns 20, A Look At Its Biggest Bets

Amazon has come a long way from selling books out of a Seattle garage.



Crews Recover Bodies From 2 Washington Plane Crashes

The two victims haven’t been formally identified


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Taxes Top $70 Million After Year Of Legal Pot Sales In Washington

Washington’s racked up more than $250 million in marijuana sales in the past year.


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Gas Tax Raised

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington Legislature adjourned Friday after a marathon triple overtime session where lawmakers raised the gas tax to pay for transportation projects across the state, cut college tuition and put more […]


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$2M Bail For Man Arrested In 2 Seattle-Area Deaths

A judge has found probable cause to hold a 24-year-old man for investigation of two counts of murder in the separate deaths of his grandmother and a 21-year-old house sitter.

CBS Seattle–07/10/2015

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Senate Passes Class Size Initiative Delay

The Legislature on Thursday approved the final component of a $38.2 billion state operating budget


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Seattle Changes Water Supply Outlook From ‘Good’ To ‘Fair’

Due to higher-than-usual water consumption, hot June temperatures and record-low stream flows into reservoirs storage

CBS Seattle–07/09/2015

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SEATTLE, WA - MAY 14:  Environmental activists from the Duwamish Tribe protest the arrival of the Polar Pioneer, an oil drilling rig owned by Shell Oil, as it arrives on May 14, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. The rig is part of a fleet that will lead a controversial oil-exploration effort off Alaska's North Slope. (Photo by Karen Ducey/Getty Images)

‘Kayaktivism’ In Elliot Bay [Gallery]

Environmental activists in kayaks protest the arrival of the Polar Pioneer, an oil drilling rig owned by Shell Oil. The rig is part of a fleet that will lead a controversial oil-exploration effort off Alaska’s North Slope.


March 23rd Is National Puppy Day

Get your puppy fix right here!

Cale Holdsworth, in town from Kansas to visit family, celebrates after purchasing two grams of marijuana strain "OG's Pearl" for $26.50 at Top Shelf Cannabis, a retail marijuana store, on July 8, 2014 in Bellingham, Washington. Top Shelf Cannabis was the first retail marijuana store to open today in Washington state, nearly a year and a half after the state's voters chose to legalize marijuana.  (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

Washington Pot Shops: Opening Day

People began purchasing marijuana at 8 a.m. at Bellingham’s Top Shelf Cannabis

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Seattle Bike To Work Day

Scenes from Seattle’s Bike to Work Day on May 16, 2014!

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Sub Pop’s Sea-Tac Store Grand Opening

Get a first look at Sub Pop Records’ new retail store in Sea-Tac

Twenty-four Killed, Many Missing After Major Washington State Mudslide

Latest From The Devastating Slide

The recovery effort continues in Oso as crews deal with restoring the town and families cope with tragedy.

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