Mexican Officials Searching For Missing Seattle WomanMexican officials say they are searching for a Seattle woman who disappeared while backpacking in southern Mexico.
Company Recalls Frozen Vegetables Linked To ListeriaA Pasco, Washington, company has expanded its recall of frozen vegetables linked to a listeria outbreak that has sickened eight people.
AP Exclusive: Dozens Escaped From Mental Hospital Since 2013Patients have bolted out unsecured doors, jumped over fences, crawled out windows, run away from staff during off-campus appointments and wandered off after being allowed outside the building.
Regulators Increase Proposed Penalty Against Ride The DucksWashington state regulators have approved a new settlement agreement with a Seattle tour company involved in a deadly crash last year, increasing the penalty to $308,000 after saying a previous amount was inadequate.
Feds: Pilot's Inability To Fly In Clouds Caused CrashThe crash of a small airplane into Washington's Cascade Mountains last July that killed the pilot and his wife and sent their teenage stepdaughter on a harrowing survival trek was caused by the pilot's decision to fly during bad weather despite knowing that he was not trained to fly in the clouds, federal investigators say.
Gypsy Moth Spraying Done, State To Set Traps This SummerState agricultural officials have finished spraying parts of Western Washington to kill leaf-eating gypsy moths. Now, they plan to set out thousands of traps this summer to see whether those treatments worked.
Council votes not to sell street for potential Seattle arenaBy a 5-4 vote the council chose not to sell a small section of Occidental Avenue South in the SoDo District, throwing a wrench in Chris Hansen's arena project.
Authorities: Boy Found Dead Near Ice Caves Likely DrownedAuthorities say the 6-year-old boy who was missing around ice caves northeast of Seattle was found dead in a nearby river and likely drowned.
Kenneth Bae Talks About North Korea DetainmentKenneth Bae knew he was in trouble when he opened his briefcase for a North Korean customs official and saw a computer hard drive he meant to leave in China.
Justices Reject Franchises' Appeal Over $15 Seattle WageThe Supreme Court is turning away a challenge to Seattle's $15 an hour minimum wage from franchise business owners who say the law discriminates against them.
Arrests In Seattle As May Day Marchers Take To StreetsSeattle police used pepper spray to disperse black-clad anti-capitalist protesters authorities say threw rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails at officers during a rowdy May Day gathering.
May Day Rallies Planned For Seattle And PortlandLarge May Day marches in support of immigrants and workers are planned for Seattle and Portland.

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