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4:34 PM - Monday, November 24, 2014
11/22/2014 - The Seattle Times
UPDATE at 6 p.m.: A 3-year-old boy is in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center after being shot in the mouth Friday night at his Lake Stevens home in the 600 block of East Lake Shore Drive.
8 hour ago - KOMO News
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says police don't need permission to record their interactions with citizens using cameras worn on their uniforms.
7 hour ago - The Seattle Times
In preparation for the grand-jury decision in Ferguson, Mo., Seattle police working the department's second shift have been told not to go home this evening until they get approval from a supervisor, according to sources familiar with the directive.
9 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A newspaper analysis finds a proposed facility in Vancouver, Wash., would handle more oil by rail than any single facility in the U.S.
11/21/2014 - The Seattle Times
The driver of a car that crashed in Auburn last month, killing four passengers, has been charged with four counts of vehicular homicide, the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office said Friday.
12 hour ago - KOMO News
Family and friends are remembering Amber Coplin as a devoted mother who smiled constantly and could not be deterred when she set her mind to something.
11/21/2014 - The Seattle Times
A man who was allegedly behind the wheel during a crash in Auburn that killed four and left a fifth comatose is in jail on $750,000 bail and facing four counts of vehicular homicide.
20 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Sanctions against the state’s health-services agency for failing to provide competency evaluation and treatment to mentally ill defendants have reached almost $200,000, according to recently released documents.
11/23/2014 - KOMO News
Annette Hayes, the acting U.S. attorney for the Western District of Washington, says federal authorities took in an additional $12.2 million in forfeited assets related to criminal activity. She says the collections show the Justice Department' . . .
11/22/2014 - The Seattle Times
A black bear cub burned in a massive Washington state wildfire over the summer is moving to a rehabilitation facility in Idaho for the winter, then likely released into wild.
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