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8:46 PM - Wednesday, October 01, 2014
12 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A man led Snohomish County sheriff's deputies on a chase Wednesday morning from Lynnwood to Everett after he was seen texting while driving.
4 hour ago - KREM
The City of Spokane also paid $550,000 to Christopher Gormley's estate, a payment approved by the City Council this week.
4 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
One of four people arrested for a web of North Seattle burglaries, thefts and fraud told police that unwrapping stolen packages was “like opening Christmas presents.” Christmas is over for the foursome, who have all been arrested in connection . . .
4 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A teenager suffered life-threatening injuries when he was stabbed Wednesday afternoon in Tukwila.
4 hour ago - The Seattle Times
An object made to look like a pipe bomb was found outside Gold Bar Elementary School after classes Wednesday afternoon, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.
8 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Three teens arrested in a stolen car in Los Angeles on Tuesday night may be connected to a recent carjacking on Capitol Hill, Seattle police say.
15 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
After a weekend that saw Metro ax 28 low-ridership bus routes, the Metropolitan King County Council decided Monday to cancel two more planned cuts set to kick in next year and early in 2016. The projected cuts would have eliminated 16 routes an . . .
8 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Liz Daley, a professional climber, extreme snowboarder and highly regarded guide from Tacoma, died in an avalanche Monday in Patagonia, according to a news release from the American Alpine Institute.
9/30/2014 - The Seattle Times
A former King County sheriff's deputy who was sentenced last month to 366 days in prison for helping his wife work as a prostitute has been re-sentenced to a longer term after he was caught lying to the court.
9/30/2014 - The Seattle Times
Four West Coast senators are asking the federal government to expand a recent order for railroads to notify state emergency responders of crude oil shipments.
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