Police: University Of Washington Student Sexually AssaultedPolice at the University of Washington say a female student was sexually assaulted in her dorm room and her attacker is at large.
Storm Leaves Thousands Without Power In Western WashingtonOfficials say over 54,000 customers were without power as a wind and rain storm blew through Western Washington.
Man Accused Of Drowning 6-Year-Old Boy Has Bail Set At $1MA 19-year-old man accused of drowning a 6-year-old Lynnwood boy in a bathtub and putting his body in a dumpster has had bail set at $1 million.
A Look At Most Recent Travel Ban RulingsThe rulings surely won't be the final word on the topic, but here's a look at what's happened.
California Man Pleads Guilty To Groping A PassengerA California man has pleaded guilty to groping and kissing a 16-year-old girl on an Alaska Airlines flight last year.
3 Key Players In Drug Distribution Ring Found GuiltyThree key players in a drug distribution ring that operated across Washington state were found guilty after a 10-day jury trial.
Washington Unemployment Rate Holds Steady At 4.6 PercentWashington state's unemployment rate last month was unchanged from the previous month's rate of 4.6 percent.
Amazon Has Brought Benefits - And Disruption - To SeattleFor years, much of downtown Seattle has been a maze of broken streets and caution-taped sidewalks.
Light-Rail Over I-90 Bridge Wins Popular Science AwardSound Transit has received a Popular Science 2017 "Best of What's New" award in the engineering category for its plan to run light-rail trains across the Interstate-90 floating bridge.
Inquest Ordered In Deadly Shooting Of Pregnant Seattle WomanMother of four was shot seven times by officers who said she suddenly pulled a knife while talking to them at her apartment.
Ballots Are Being Mailed Out This Week To Washington VotersMore than 4.2 million ballots are being mailed to voters in Washington state this week ahead of next month's general election.
Rain And Wind Move Into Washington State This WeekThe National Weather Service says the winds and rain moving into Washington state will be stronger and heavier than expected.

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