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Starbucks Founder Questions Country's 'Moral Fiber'Schultz said at an employee forum in Seattle on Tuesday that he has "profound concern about the lack of character, morality, humanity," displayed at the Charlottesville rally.
Washington State Unemployment Rate is Steady at 4.5 Percent"The good economic news continues in Washington," Paul Turek, economist for the department, said in a statement. "Unemployment is at a record low and Washington businesses continue to add jobs."
Protests, Vigils Around US Decry White Supremacist RallyGatherings spanned from a march to President Donald Trump's home in New York to candlelight vigils in several cities.
Seattle Weather Turns Switch With Record Dry StreakSoggy Seattle clocked the wettest winter on record just months ago. Now, the city known for its Gore-Tex and overcast days has gone in the other extreme: it's in its longest dry streak in more than six decades.
Washington State Supreme Court Upholds Seattle Gun TaxIn a ruling Thursday upholding a lower court decision, justices said the levy was valid because its primary purpose was to raise revenue for "the public benefit."
Chris Cornell Statue Planned For Seattle By Singer's WidowChris Cornell's widow says she has commissioned a statue of the late Soundgarden frontman to be placed in his home town of Seattle.
Puget Sound Burn Ban Issued As Smoke From Fires ReturnsAnother outdoor burn ban has been issued for the Puget Sound area as the hot and sunny pattern is expected to bring another round of smoke from British Columbia wildfires.
2 UW Rowers Charged With Sharing Sexually Explicit ImagesMultiple media outlets reported that 19-year-olds Tyler Minney and John C. Young were charged Wednesday with disclosing intimate images.
Hearing To Focus On Why Seattle Crab Boat With 6 Aboard sankA hearing into what caused a Seattle-based crab boat with six people aboard to sink in the Bering Sea will focus on weather and human factors, as well as the stability of the fishing vessel before it went missing in February.
Amanda Knox: Woman In Texting Suicide Case Deserves Sympathy Amanda Knox, the American exchange student convicted and later cleared of a murder in Italy, is offering her support to a Massachusetts woman convicted of manslaughter for encouraging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself.
Another Hot Day Scorches NorthwestTemperatures once again flirted with records as residents of the region endure one of its most prolonged heatwaves in years.
Crews Rescue Woman, Dog Missing Since Monday Near Mount SiA woman missing for several days east of Seattle near Mount Si was rescued Thursday along with her dog, authorities said.

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