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3:45 AM - Thursday, August 28, 2014
5 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
A rolled over semi caused miles of backups in both directions on Interstate 5 at mid Boeing Field Wednesday morning. The semi, which tumbled down a median embankment, was pulled by crews into a ditch adjacent to southbound I-5 lanes and awaits . . .
5 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
The Port of Seattle has picked Ted Fick, a veteran of the transportation business, as its new chief executive officer, a job that has become a hot seat of local government in recent years. Ted J. Fick is the new CEO of the Port of Seattle:  He . . .
5 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
Police closed off the on-ramp from the eastbound side of the West Seattle Bridge to northbound state Route 99. (Photo by Seattle Department of Transportation) A rush hour fuel spill near the West Seattle Bridge Tuesday afternoon is stopping tra . . .
7 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Ninety plans from 10 insurers are heading toward Washington’s exchange marketplace, if the exchange board approves, with rate increases a fraction of what companies requested.
10 hour ago - The Seattle Times
SPOKANE (AP) — A marijuana-shop owner in Ephrata is being sued by a media empire that labels itself as the biggest brand name in pot.
5 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
The Seattle Safe Streets Task Force is looking for information on a man connected to three bank robberies this month, two of which occurred within an hour. The “Quick-Change Bandit” is believed to have robbed banks in Kent and Auburn around mid . . .
22 hour ago - KOMO News
The Seattle Police Department is looking for a man suspected of stealing an expensive ring from a jewelry store in Northgate Mall earlier this month.
7 hour ago - KREM
The dog was shot in the gut according to the owner's father. He said there were multiple signs on his property warning people about the dog.
7 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A man was arrested Wednesday after an SUV was stolen from outside a West Seattle convenience store. A 10-month-old baby was inside the vehicle.
10 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A King County sheriff’s major-crimes detective accused of tipping off a colleague about a criminal investigation focused on him will not face criminal charges.
23 hour ago - KOMO News
Speed and alcohol are believed to be factors in a one-car crash that left a woman dead and a man seriously injured Tuesday night near the Tulalip reservation, officials said.
7 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Washington’s public-school students are doing about as well on state tests as they have done over the past few years, but a dramatic jump in the passing rates at Beacon Hill International School in Seattle is now under review.
5 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
A lot is shown next to Pioneer Square where a future corporate headquarters for Weyerhaeuser is planned. Photographed on Tuesday, August 26, 2014. (Joshua Trujillo, seattlepi.com)   The Weyerhaeuser Company will relocate its corporate headquart . . .
11 hour ago - KOMO News
Soccer joined the growing legal debate over head injuries Wednesday after FIFA and some of the sport's governing bodies in the United States were made the target of a lawsuit seeking new safety rules.
10 hour ago - The Seattle Times
The dog that went missing after an SUV driven by the animal’s family was hit Sunday night was found dead at the crash site  Wednesday, according to the Redmond Police Department.
10 hour ago - The Seattle Times
We sat down with City Attorney Pete Holmes to discuss marijuana's future in Seattle, why he bought pot on the first day of sales and if he's consumed it yet.
16 hour ago - KOMO News
Washington public school students are doing about as well on state tests as they have done over the past few years, but many more schools are failing to meet federal standards because the rules have changed, state education officials announced . . .
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