US Students Stage Massive Walkout To Protest Gun ViolenceStudents walked out of their classrooms Wednesday to demand action on gun violence and school safety.
Three Shootings In One Day Kill 3 In South EndTwo men were killed in two separate shootings in south Seattle Tuesday night, less than thirty minutes apart. The shootings come after a third man was killed Tuesday afternoon in Federal Way.
Coroner Identifies Victims In Thurston County ShootingInvestigators are trying to determine if drug dealing played a role in the shooting that also left one man injured
Quadruple Shooting In Lacey Leaves 3 DeadA quadruple shooting in Thurston County has left three people dead and one wounded.
Senate Rejects Gun Curbs, Despite Orlando MassacreA divided Senate rejected rival plans to bolster the federal background check system and moved toward blocking other proposed curbs on guns Monday, eight days after the horror of Orlando's mass shooting intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but knotted them in election-year gridlock anyway — even over restricting firearms for terrorists.
Gun-Safety Group Seeks New Washington MeasureA gun-safety group is turning to Washington state voters after lawmakers failed to pass a bill to create "extreme-risk protection orders."
Washington Governor Takes Action On Guns After Obama MoveWashington Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order Wednesday aimed at curbing gun violence by improving data-sharing among government agencies and starting a new public health campaign on suicide prevention.
Eighth-Grade Boy Suspended For Refusing To Remove Fallen Soldier T-ShirtAn eighth-grade student was suspended after refusing to remove a t-shirt he was wearing featuring a fallen soldier design.
NRA Sues Over Seattle's Adoption Of 'Gun Violence Tax'Three gun rights groups, including the National Rifle Association, sued the city of Seattle on Monday
Father Of MPHS Shooter Indicted On 5 New ChargesThe father of the Washington teenager who fatally shot four high school classmates and then himself in October now faces additional federal firearms charges
FBI Say Charleston Shooter Shouldn't Have Been Able To Get GunAt issue was a police report from Roof's arrest in which authorities say he admitted to possessing illegal drugs. Under federal rules, that admission alone would have been enough to immediately disqualify him from an April gun purchase even though he wasn't convicted of the charge.
Seattle Considers Gun Violence Tax On Gun SalesCity Council President Tim Burgess also has proposed a new law that would require mandatory reporting of lost or stolen firearms to the Seattle Police Department.

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