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4:20 PM - Friday, May 22, 2015
5 hour ago - The Seattle Times / Associated Press
Tacoma police say a mental health patient assaulted three staff members, carjacked a woman and tried to run down two police officers, prompting one to open fire.
2 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
Mayor Ed Murray and Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole announced a program Thursday intended to prevent and fight anti-gay bias crimes. The program, Safe Place, provides businesses, schools and other organizations with information on how to . . .
6 hour ago - MyNorthwest.com - L
Arlington police found a Seattle police officers handgun and effects in the possession of a suspect Wednesday.
7 hour ago - KOMO News
A Lakewood man has pleaded not guilty to first-degree child assault after police say he severely beat his 2-year-old daughter and dangled her from a third-floor balcony for throwing up her oatmeal.
2 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
The U.S. Senate, in a key Thursday vote, moved ahead with legislation to give President Obama fast-track authority to negotiate new trade agreements, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership that would lower tariffs on U.S. exports to Asia. In s . . .
4 hour ago - KOMO News
Washington's fastest growing city is in southwest Washington, about 25 miles north of Portland, Oregon.
4 hour ago - KOMO News
The labor dispute that hobbled international trade through West Coast seaports earlier this year officially ended Friday when the union representing dockworkers announced its members had ratified a five-year contract.
2 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
The U.S. Export-Import Bank has sustained jobs across the country but no place more than Washington, guaranteeing export loans for businesses as big as Boeing and as small as a Yakima Valley firm that has found foreign markets for music stands. . . .
5/21/2015 - KOMO News
BELLEVUE, Wash. -- A bear sighting at an elementary school in Bellevue forced students and staff into a brief lockdown on Thursday morning.A staff member at Eastgate Elementary School called 911 to report the bear was spotted on the playground . . .
9 hour ago - The Seattle Times / Joseph O’Sullivan
Late Thursday evening, after hundreds of peaceful demonstrators protesting the shooting of two black men by a white police officer went home, several dozen protesters marched through downtown.
21 hour ago - KOMO News
Hundreds of people marched peacefully in Washington state's capital city to protest a police shooting that wounded two unarmed stepbrothers suspected of trying to steal beer from a grocery store.
10 hour ago - KOMO News
A campaign is under way here and elsewhere around the U.S. to "demilitarize" the police and produce officers who think of themselves as guardians of their communities, not members of an occupying force.
5 hour ago - KREM
Biologists blame the cormorants for eating millions of baby salmon as they migrate down the Columbia to the ocean.        
2 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
The Boy Scouts of America, who voted last year to allow teenage gay scouts, needs to quickly end its ban on gay adults in such posts as scoutmaster, Boy Scouts of America President  Robert Gates told the scouts’ annual meeting in Atlanta on Thu . . .
3 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Scott Sunde
A trove of classic rides -- from fancy European sports cars to sedans from before WWII to muscle cars of the 1960s, will go on sale in Seattle in early June. Mecum Auctions will sell more than 600 vehicles June 5 and June 6 at the CenturyLink F . . .
5 hour ago - MyNorthwest.com - L
Police have released surveillance video taken inside an Olympia grocery store early Thursday morning where two men allegedly tried to shoplift beer before assaulting an employee.
5/20/2015 - The Seattle Times: Seahawks Blog
Kent and Seattle police continue to investigate a drive-by shooting that killed a 1-year-old girl last month. Detectives are making “significant progress,” and four persons of interest have been arrested on unrelated charges.
22 hour ago - The Seattle Times
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A salmonella outbreak likely linked to raw tuna has sickened 53 people in nine states, health officials said Thursday. Most of the cases — 31 — are in California, officials at the California Department of Public Health said. . . .
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