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12:23 AM - Thursday, May 28, 2015
22 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
Seattle police nabbed a suspected purse thief Wednesday morning after a pizza shop worker stopped him mid-chase. A patrol officer was driving about 12:45 a.m. near Holman Road and Seventh Avenue Northwest when he found a teen holding a purse sp . . .
23 hour ago - KOMO News
The state House of Representatives has approved a bill that would dramatically change the requirements for a high school diploma in Washington state.
5/27/2015 - KOMO News
The Franklin County prosecutor says he expects to receive a special investigative unit's report Thursday in the Feb. 10 shooting death of an unarmed Hispanic man.
5/27/2015 - KOMO News
Jurors will soon have to decide whether accused cop killer Christopher Monfort was delusional or sane at the time of his suspected crimes.
5/27/2015 - KOMO News
Five senior Taliban leaders released last year from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in exchange for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl could move freely around the world next week as their one-year travel ban expires.
5/27/2015 - KOMO News
A suspect was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murder after a body was found Monday near Belfair, the Mason County Sheriff's Office reports.
5/27/2015 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Joel Connelly
The King County industrial-waste program on Wednesday denied a permit for discharge of waste water into the county’s regional sewer system from Shell Oil’s Arctic home port fleet based at Terminal 5 at the Port of Seattle. City, state and count . . .
5/27/2015 - KOMO News
The governor of Alaska on Wednesday toured a massive oil drill rig parked on Seattle's waterfront then met with Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee to tell him that Washington's position on future Arctic drilling will hurt the economy of Alaska.
5/27/2015 - The Seattle Times
Police in Vancouver, Wash., say a credit union customer was stabbed after trying to intervene when another man robbed the business.
5/27/2015 - The Seattle Times / Jim Brunner
The first 2016 challenger to Democratic Congresswoman Suzan DelBene is Elizabeth Scott, a conservative state lawmaker who may test the political leanings of the moderate 1st District.
5/26/2015 - KOMO News
With Washington state overhauling its medical marijuana law, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray says the city is planning to shutter dozens of dispensaries.
5/27/2015 - KOMO News
Anger flared as two sides clashed Tuesday evening over the controversial police shooting of two half-brothers in Olympia, and about 100 people demonstrated outside the Olympia City Hall in response to the recent shooting.
5/27/2015 - The Seattle Times
The MacArthur Foundation is giving Spokane County a grant to help reduce overcrowding at the county jail.
5/27/2015 - The Seattle Times
SEATTLE (AP) — A hospital spokeswoman says one of two boys injured in an explosion outside a home in Enumclaw, Washington, had his second surgery Wednesday. Susan Gregg of Harborview Medical Center in Seattle says 10-year-old Beau Ward is in cr . . .
5/27/2015 - KOMO News
The National Labor Relations Board has dismissed a complaint filed by the Machinists union against Boeing stemming from the union's attempt to organize workers at the company's North Charleston operations.
5/26/2015 - KOMO News
Federal prosecutors say indicted Washington state Auditor Troy Kelley paid more than $900,000 in stolen money to the high-priced law firm representing him, and they want a judge to look into whether that creates a conflict of interest for his a . . .
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