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Seattle is looking to drop hygiene standards for the city’s taxi drivers.
Hospitals report that they get many incidents when they need to get an object, such as crayons or erasers, out of a child as a result of horseplay or curiosity. Most of the time a procedure will involve hooks, glue, and catheters. Now, there may be an easier way.
Local authorities placed a hamster into protective custody after its owner, an intoxicated driver, was arrested.
A Seattle mom is involved in a stinky dispute with the city’s Metro Transit.
A study investigating the quality of the results offered by various search engines found that Bing leads users to the largest number of contaminated websites.
A fire captain was fired for continuing to send out Christian emails from his department account.
Experts at Oregon State University have discovered a one-of-a-kind fossil in which an ancient spider is forever frozen in the process of attacking its prey.
A new study that tested almost 40 different cell phones found that every single one came with chemical hazards.
Trade in international ports such as China make up for 40 percent of Washington State’s economy.