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7:38 PM - Sunday, May 03, 2015
8 hour ago - KOMO News
The Washington Department of Ecology says it is canceling a permit to spray pesticides over shellfish beds in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor.
20 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A couple of chefs accomplished in a few days what two powerful federal agencies couldn’t do in more than a year: head off the plan to spray pesticides on oyster beds.
5 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
The memories of a Bellingham upbringing, for the Baby Boomer, are of the rotten-egg smell of the Georgia-Pacific pulp mill, occasional aromas from the chlorine plant, and maybe memories of a sooty cement plant just north of town. Well, that was . . .
10 hour ago - KOMO News
It's mostly pain and anxiety that keep Drea Rose away from the Pasco block where her high school sweetheart was gunned down more than five months ago.
12 hour ago - KOMO News
Washington state officials say finding adequate money to complete the Hanford cleanup is the key to completing the work, which is already 25 years behind schedule.
12 hour ago - KREM
Use #BloomsdayRun when posting your race photos on social media. If you do, your photos could be shared on KREM 2 News.        
6 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Jordan Godwin
Astros win 10th in row, Gattis homers twice to beat Mariners Gattis homered twice and the Astros won their 10th straight game, boosting the best record in the American League by beating the Seattle Mariners 7-6 Sunday. Gattis hit a three- . . .
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5 hour ago - Seahawks blog / Daniel Rubens
Shortly after the end of the 2015 NFL draft, the Seattle Seahawks signed 34-year-old long snapper Nate Boyer, a former Army Green Beret who served tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. After coming back from the Middle East, Boyer enrolled at the . . .
5/1/2015 - The Seattle Times
Washington state’s largest shellfish producer says it is bowing to public pressure and will not use a pesticide recently approved for use in water to control a shrimp that makes it hard for oysters to grow.
12 hour ago - KOMO News
The University of Washington and its about 4,500 academic student employees have reached a tentative agreement for a new three-year contract.
5/2/2015 - KOMO News
Federal investigators say a leaking oil train that traveled across Washington and Idaho in January had tank cars with flawed valves.
5/2/2015 - KOMO News
The biggest apparent need for the Seattle Seahawks entering the NFL draft was quickly addressed on Saturday.
5/2/2015 - The Seattle Times
Police fired pepper spray and flash bangs to disperse the crowds after reportedly being assaulted with rocks and other objects thrown by black-clad protesters, who also smashed windows, overturned trash bins and damaged cars along Broadway.
5/2/2015 - KOMO News
A study done for the National Park Service finds that tourism at Mount Rainier contributed nearly $58 million to the local economy, including direct spending of more than $45 million.
5/2/2015 - KOMO News
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it's boosting the level of Lake Washington in Seattle early this year due to extremely low snowpack in the Cascade Mountains.
24 hour ago - KOMO News
Floyd Mayweather Jr. was money once again in the richest fight ever, beating Manny Pacquiao in a unanimous decision.
5/2/2015 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The surprising Astros matched their longest winning streak in nine years by posting their ninth straight victory, 11-4 over the Seattle Mariners behind Collin McHugh and a lot of home-run support. Houston hit five homers, including a three-r . . .
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5/2/2015 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Steve Mccarron
Cleanup efforts got underway Saturday in parts of Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood after a violent night of May Day protests.
6 hour ago - KOMO News
The Republican field of candidates continues to widen. Retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson is expected to make a major announcement at an event Monday in his hometown of Detroit. But in an exclusive Sunday night interview, Dr. Carson tells our . . .
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