Amazon Goes On Hiring Spree As Labor Market TightensThe company said Wednesday that it's looking to fill more than 50,000 positions across the U.S.
State Denies Company Request To Bring Back Some Duck BoatsState regulators are - for now - denying a request from a Seattle tour company to once again begin using the type of duck boats involved in a 2015 crash that killed five college students and injured dozens more.
American Mac Computers Hacked With 'FruitFly' Surveillance MalwareSome Mac computers have been hacked by invasive and stealthy FruitFly malware, which can tap into webcams and take screenshots.
Driver Tops 100 MPH While Trying To Get Photo For Snapchat, Police SayThe driver reportedly "left all traffic behind" in his quest to hit top speed and post a picture to SnapChat.
Suit Filed Over New Income Tax For Wealthy Seattle ResidentsAs expected, attorneys have filed a lawsuit challenging Seattle's new ordinance to tax high-income earners.
Trump Intensifies Criticism Of Attorney General SessionsPresident Donald Trump took a new swipe at Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday, referring to him in a tweet as "beleaguered" and wondering why Sessions isn't digging into Hillary Clinton's alleged contacts with Russia.
State Ferry Rates To Increase Under Proposal Most vehicle and passengers fares will increase this October and again next year under a proposal being considered by the Washington State Transportation Commission.
Seattle Suburb May Decide Repeal Of 'Sanctuary City' Status
New York Restaurant Has One Drink Maximum For Parents With KidsA New York restaurant refuses to serve a second alcoholic beverage to parents eating with their kids to cut down drunk driving.
Wisconsin Tech Company To Install Microchip In EmployeesA Wisconsin technology company will be installing the rice-sized microchip in willing employees' hands at a chip party on Aug. 1.
Seattle Man Faces Charges In North Dakota Bank RobberyA Seattle man accused of robbing a bank in North Dakota is now also accused of terrorizing clerks in the business.
Tennessee Jails Are Offering Inmates Shorter Sentences In Exchange For SterilizationTennessee inmates can receive upwards of 30 days cut from jail sentences if they agree to get a vasectomy or insert a contraceptive device into their body.

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