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5:59 AM - Sunday, December 21, 2014
12/18/2014 - KOMO News
The Seattle Seahawks have signed linebacker K.J. Wright to a four-year contract extension, keeping one of their key defensive players from reaching free agency.
12/18/2014 - The Seattle Times
Sue Rahr, who took over as executive director of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission in 2012, captured widespread attention for shifting the academy’s focus from fashioning warriors in a military mold to training “guardian . . .
13 hour ago - The Seattle Times
The Puget Sound VA is pushing to hire more doctors, nurses and other employees to cope with a growing patient load that has strained staff and contributed to frustrating health-care delays for military veterans.
20 hour ago - KOMO News
The Washington state-based grocery chain Haggen Inc. plans to buy 146 Albertsons and Safeway stores in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona.
12/19/2014 - KOMO News
The Seattle Seahawks are continuing efforts to keep core players from reaching free agency, signing defensive end Cliff Avril to a four-year extension on Friday worth up to $28.5 million.
12/18/2014 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Lynsi Burton
Seattle police believe they’ve identified three Grinches connected to a toy theft at a West Seattle drug store. Two men and a woman swiped toys from a business Monday night in the south Delridge neighborhood in the 9400 block of 16th Avenue Sou . . .
12/19/2014 - The Seattle Times
A 37-year-old Pierce County man was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Friday for killing a cab driver five years ago.
3 hour ago - Seattle 911: A police blog / Lynsi Burton
The great Seattle police body camera experiment is about to begin — in a limited capacity. Mayor Ed Murray and Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole announced Thursday afternoon the launch of a pilot program for the body-worn cameras, which will only b . . .
12/18/2014 - The Seattle Times
The move comes in the wake of numerous complaints about problems with the exchange payment system, with many customers being told they were not insured despite signing up and paying for policies purchased in Washington Healthplanfinder..
12/18/2014 - KOMO News
Washington's first charter school has been placed on probation for not meeting all the requirements of its charter.
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