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Deputy Shoots Teen In SeaTac Car Chase

The King County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy was trapped between two patrol vehicles when his partner shot and wounded a 17-year-old suspected of stealing a car.

CBS Seattle–05/29/2015

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Washington Farmers Are Dumping Unprofitable Apples

Nearly $100 million worth of apples that cannot be sold have been dumped into fields across central Washington, the nation’s most productive apple region.


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Seattle Police Stand Up To Sexual Orientation Hate Crimes

The Seattle Police Department has launched the “Safe Place” program to help combat sexual orientation hate crimes.

CBS Seattle–05/27/2015

CORSHAM, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 04: The Northleaze Mobile Home Park sign welcomes visitors on a park home site on March 4 2008 in Corsham, United Kingdom. With property prices at record levels and the availability of mortgages for first time buyers being restricted by cautious lenders hit by the global credit crisis, many people like Debbie are seeking alternatives to the traditional housing market.   (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Thirty-Two Families In Kirkland Mobile Park Facing Eviction

Residents of a mobile home park south of Seattle have been told they have to find a new place to live

CBS Seattle–05/26/2015

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First Dinosaur Fossil Found In Washington State

Washington is now the 37th state where dinosaurs have been found

CBS Seattle–05/20/2015


Stuffed Tiger Atop SUV Prompts 911 Call

A large stuffed tiger sitting atop an SUV prompted a 911 call from someone who apparently thought the toy was a real animal

CBS Seattle–05/20/2015


Lawmakers Want To Punish Teachers Who Go On Strike

Senate Bill 6116, which would take away teacher pay during strike days, was sponsored by a Democrat, but Sen. Tim Sheldon, a member of the mostly Republican majority caucus, did not receive any support from other Democratic lawmakers. They walked out of a meeting of the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee before testimony began.


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How Far $15 An Hour Goes In Six Cities

Here’s a look at how far that money could go in six cities, given living expenses

CBS Seattle–05/20/2015


Teachers In Seattle, Mercer Island, Issaquah On 1-Day Strike

Teachers in Seattle, Issaquah and Mercer Island are the latest to hold a one-day strike to encourage Washington lawmakers to pay for voter-approved class-size reductions and put more money into the state education budget.


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Damage Done To Tunnel-Boring Machine Greater Than Thought

Seattle Tunnel Partners finished disassembling Bertha and have concluded the damage the machine sustained is more extensive than previously thought.

CBS Seattle–05/18/2015

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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

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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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