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4:54 AM - Tuesday, September 30, 2014
19 hour ago - The Seattle Times
The State Patrol on Monday morning reminded an Everett woman pulled over for speeding in the Interstate 5 carpool lane that, while cute, a gigantic teddy bear does not qualify as a second passenger.
17 hour ago - KOMO News
Boeing plans to move most of its defense and support-related services from Washington state to cities that include Oklahoma City and St. Louis.
20 hour ago - KREM
Happy National Coffee Day! In my continued quest to save you time, money and highlight great deals, I have you covered. Coffee prices are up 10% - 20% this year and the best way to combat those...
16 hour ago - KOMO News
A deal has been reached between officials for the Hanford Nuclear Reservation and the state of Washington to remove nuclear wastes from a leaking tank.
16 hour ago - KOMO News
The University of Washington's medical school will now accept students enrolled in the federal program that allows youth brought to the United States illegally as children protection from deportation.
9/28/2014 - KOMO News
Felix Hernandez threw five shutout innings to secure the American League ERA title, but the Mariners were eliminated from the postseason despite a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday.
5 hour ago - Seahawks blog / Stephen Cohen
Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller will likely miss a significant portion of the 2014 season after reportedly undergoing an ankle procedure during the team’s bye week. Seahawks TE Zach Miller will reportedly miss time after undergoing a pro . . .
9/28/2014 - KOMO News
On concert weekends, the Gorge Amphitheatre becomes the largest community in rural Grant County in central Washington. Now owner Live Nation wants to improve and expand the scenic venue, upsetting residents who are tired of battling the crowds, . . .
17 hour ago - The Seattle Times
The entrepreneurs of the young U.S. marijuana industry are taking another step into the mainstream, becoming political donors who use some of their profits to support cannabis-friendly candidates and ballot questions that could bring legal pot . . .
22 hour ago - KOMO News
Washington's statewide charter schools commission appears poised to approve two more proposals for charter schools to open in the state in 2015.
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