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10:38 AM - Wednesday, April 16, 2014
5 hour ago - KING
One of the robbers allegedly pointed a black handgun at the 84-year-old man and demanded money. The victim started fighting with the suspect, but fell to the floor and was kicked by the suspect.
4/14/2014 - KING
A group seeking a $15 an hour minimum wage filed paperwork on Monday for a voter measure that would amend the Seattle charter, a move aiming to increase pressure on Mayor Ed Murray and the City Council to pass an increase without exemptions or delays
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5 hour ago - KREM
The Washington Emergency Management Division believes the 911 system is stable now, but it still wants assurances from CenturyLink there won't be a repeat of Thursday's statewide outage.
13 hour ago - The Seattle Times
SEATTLE (AP) — Members of Washington’s congressional delegation say President Obama has signed legislation protecting the popular Green Mountain Lookout in the Glacier Peak Wilderness.
5 hour ago - KREM
Modifications on the cracked Wanapum Dam will allow migrating salmon to pass through the structure starting this week on their journey to spawning grounds.
21 hour ago - KING
A Joint Base Lewis McChord who was found dead in Capitol Forest Tuesday was the nephew of two victims of the Oso landslide, a fellow JBLM soldier told KING 5.
3 hour ago - KOMO News
They had two flat screen TVs, an extensive reptile collection and a steady stream of welfare checks meant to help a blind teen with cerebral palsy. The teen had 23 rotten teeth, a dirty diaper and a filthy bedroom.
20 hour ago - KING
Buckley Police say a 1-year-old boy died on Monday, after he was hit by a car while being pulled in a wagon on a walking path off State Route 410.
13 hour ago - The Seattle Times
TAHOLAH, Grays Harbor County (AP) — The president of the Quinault Indian Nation says the tribe has decided to reopen Lake Quinault to nontribal use under new regulations.
4/15/2014 - KOMO News
Two competing gun initiatives on the November ballot both have enough support to pass, according to a poll released Tuesday that could indicate that many voters are confused about the measures involving background checks.
15 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Washington state is considering allowing pot vending machines in its recreational-pot shops, letting shoppers who are shy or in a hurry bypass the clerk at the register.
4 hour ago - KING
Lee Gyeong-og, a vice minister for South Korea's Public Administration and Security Ministry, said 30 crew members, 325 high school students, 15 school teachers and 89 non-student passengers were aboard the ship.
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