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10:51 AM - Tuesday, March 31, 2015
11 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Joel Connelly
The state’s business lobbies deployed old arguments on Monday to denounce a House-passed bill that ramps up to a new $12-an-hour statewide minimum wage, as the Republican-run Washington State Senate began work on the issue. The mastodons of com . . .
11 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Courtroom spectators reacted with tears and outrage Monday after a man who killed a Seattle teen during a drive-by shooting spree nearly two years ago was found guilty of manslaughter and nine other charges, but avoided conviction on a murder charge.
11 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A Federal Way police officer shot and wounded a man on Pacific Highway South after the man apparently ignored commands to drop a knife he was holding.
11 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A young male cougar was shot and killed after it prowled around one Winthrop-area residence, then ran to a neighboring home and tried to get in through its dog door two weeks ago.
11 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Although the testimony heard during the House Education Committee meeting was evenly split between pro and con, 322 more people wanted to speak against the bill but there wasn’t enough time.
11 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Whale-watching crews spotted a new baby orca in the Salish Sea on Monday, marking the fourth documented southern-resident killer-whale birth in three months.
6 hour ago - KREM
There's a growing number of turkeys in Spokane's South Hill neighborhood. Now Wildlife officials want to take action        
6 hour ago - KOMO News
A black bear cub burned in a massive Washington state wildfire last year is out of hibernation and is expected to be released into the wild this summer.
11 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Seattle City Council on Monday unanimously passed a resolution opposing the so-called fast-track consideration of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
4 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Post Falls police Capt. Pat Knight says an officer gave Phillip Poissonnier of Post Falls a ride home after he was kicked out of Club Tequila just after 1 a.m. Monday. Knight tells Spokane, Washington, television station KXLY (http://is.gd/k . . .
3/30/2015 - The Seattle Times
A record number of students applied to Washington’s public universities this year, including growing numbers of applicants from low-income families who qualify for a state scholarship program.
3/30/2015 - KOMO News
A federal judge will decide by the end of the week whether to force the Washington to end its practice of holding mentally ill people in jail for weeks or months while they wait for competency evaluations and treatment.
3/30/2015 - The Seattle Times
A bill making its way through the Legislature could make Washington one of a growing number of states to ban a new powdered alcohol product before it reaches liquor-store shelves.
3/30/2015 - KOMO News
The Idaho Supreme Court on Monday upheld a ruling that awards $3.5 million in damages to the family of a 15-year-old central Idaho boy who died in a crash during his driver's education class.
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