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3:31 PM - Thursday, March 05, 2015
4 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Shannon Fears
Things are heating up in Olympia as both chambers have been busy passing bills this week. Here’s a brief roundup of the steps that have been taken: The House has passed a bill meant to protect citizens from privacy violations, including the ope . . .
6 hour ago - The Seattle Times
State transportation officials say the broken machine reached a stopping point inside the rescue pit late Tuesday, clearing the way for workers to start the disassembly process.
8 hour ago - KOMO News
One person was killed and 56 patients were taken to the hospital after a crash Thursday morning involving a school bus, a large box truck and a passenger car on rural Highway 97 in Douglas County, officials said.
4 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Bills in Olympia supported by labor-friendly Democrats would exempt the Western Hockey League and its young players from labor laws that the league is under investigation for violating.
4 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Scott Sunde
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson declared Wednesday that being gay is a choice and that prison proves it. It’s no clear whether he got his research by visiting prisons or by binge-watching “Orange Is the New Black.” But Carson, whom many expect . . .
5 hour ago - KOMO News
A new baby orca wasn't the only interesting discovery researchers made while tracking endangered killer whales.
4 hour ago - The Big Blog / Kirsten O'Brien
The home where Kurt Cobain spent some of his angsty youth is for sale. Located at 1210 E. First St. in Aberdeen, the home is listed for $400,000. The 1,522-square-foot home has four bedrooms and one bathroom, and was previously listed for $500, . . .
11 hour ago - KOMO News
A man found dead last month at a campground in Olympic National Park died from a wound caused by a crossbow, but investigators still don't know if his death was a homicide, a suicide or an accident.
24 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Washington’s state House voted Tuesday to raise the state’s minimum wage to $12 an hour, to be phased in over four years. The bill goes next to the Senate.
22 hour ago - KOMO News
Two teens arrested in a robbery and a shooting on Beacon Hill last week say they needed money to settle a Super Bowl bet, court documents say.
6 hour ago - MyNorthwest.com - L
This weekend marks the annual switch to Daylight Saving Time. But despite widespread criticisms and a growing body of research finding the time change can have significant impacts on our health, efforts to end Daylight Saving Time continue to f . . .
3/4/2015 - KOMO News
A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that Major League Soccer and its players' union have agreed in principle to a five-year labor contract, averting a possible strike ahead of Friday's season opener.
3/3/2015 - KOMO News
It's been called the world's deadliest bug, a carrier of malaria and a campground crasher. But this blood sucker may have just met its fate in a futuristic WMD -- a weapon of mosquito destruction.
7 hour ago - West Seattle Blog
They’re on the road now, and in less than three hours, the Metro League champion West Seattle High School girls’ basketball team will be on the court at the Tacoma Dome, one of eight teams vying for the state 3A championship. They boarded their . . .
5 hour ago - KOMO News
Hundreds of suspected stolen items - including purses, bags, tools, laptops, suitcases and even a cello - were found by Seattle police Thursday morning inside a Burien home thought to be the hangout of a burglary ring responsible for a series o . . .
5 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Theresa Bigler, of Woodway, is suing Virginia Mason Medical Center and a medical-device manufacturer after the death of her husband following a “superbug” infection. Hospital officials have reversed course to reach out to affected patients and . . .
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