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7:59 AM - Friday, May 22, 2015
3 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 . . .
13 hour ago - KOMO News
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday night in Olympia, Washington, to protest a police shooting that wounded two stepbrothers suspected of trying to steal beer from a grocery store.
17 hour ago - 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 . . .
19 hour ago - The Seattle Times / Jennifer Sullivan
A search of an Arlington home on Wednesday turned up a cache of firearms, as well as a handgun, badge and tactical belt with holster stolen from a Seattle police officer.
4 hour ago - KOMO News
A much contested environmental impact statement on a proposed oil unloading facility in Anacortes will go forward after a judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by Shell to stop it.
3 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. . . .
14 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. . . .
5 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Washington state has hired a wildlife-conflict specialist to help reduce tensions caused by the state's growing population of wolves.
3 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 . . .
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.
13 hour ago - KOMO News
A storm packing heavy rain, hail and lightning has hit the Yakima Valley in central Washington.
18 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
One man is seriously hurt and another man arrested after a Pioneer Square stabbing Tuesday night. Police were called just before 10 p.m. to the area of First Avenue South and South Washington Street. They found a 44-year-old man who had been st . . .
5/20/2015 - The Seattle Times: Seahawks Blog
Seattle police arrested five juveniles, including two 13-year-olds, after they robbed a man and a woman at gunpoint at Cal Anderson Park.
19 hour ago - KOMO News
The state's first charter school continues to operate under careful scrutiny of the Washington State Charter School Commission, while the process for approving more charter schools moves along.
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