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6:47 AM - Thursday, July 31, 2014
7/29/2014 - KOMO News
A fire official in Franklin County says a brush fire was started Tuesday when a sparrow hit into a power pole, caught fire and dropped to the ground.
7/30/2014 - KING
The Washington state ferry Tacoma lost power during a run from Seattle to Bainbridge Island, stranding hundreds on board in the middle of Puget Sound. Tugs towed the ferry to Bainbridge Island, where passengers report long lines and delays.
18 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Joshua Trujillo
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly over the Log Boom during Seafair in this file photo from 2012. (Joshua Trujillo, seattlepi.com)A sure sign for photographers that Seafair’s boats and planes are in town: All the long telephoto rental lenses at loca . . .
19 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Seattle police are investigating the conduct of a veteran officer who has written about 80 percent of the tickets for consuming marijuana in public this year, including some that referred to City Attorney Pete Holmes, a strong advocate of pot l . . .
22 hour ago - KOMO News
An Olympia soldier alleged to have been caught with child porn before admitting to sexually abusing two young girls now faces federal charges.
7/29/2014 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Lynsi Burton
Ferry service between Seattle and Bainbridge Island is suspended Tuesday afternoon after the vessel known as the Tacoma stalled near Bainbridge Island during its trip from Seattle. Washington State Ferries has given little information about the . . .
21 hour ago - KING
Washington state ferry passengers who take the Edmonds-Kingston run will be dealing with extra delays through Thursday because the run has been reduced to one boat.
14 hour ago - Strange Bedfellows / Joel Connelly
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Big Oil and coal companies have delivered dire but non-specific warnings about the costs of such measures as reducing greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and raising mileage standards for new SUVs. The polar . . .
7/30/2014 - The Seattle Times
The Seattle Safe Streets Task Force says a man nicknamed the “Roscoe Bandit” is responsible for two bank robberies this week in Seattle.
21 hour ago - The Seattle Times
While cash donations for victims of this summer’s biggest wildfire are still welcome, officials need to stop donations of goods.
7/30/2014 - KOMO News
An 89-year-old Everett woman has been missing for two weeks and searches by law enforcement agencies have come up empty.
7/29/2014 - KREM
Workers estimated that the floor is 15 degrees hotter than anywhere else. Crews expected the heat at the construction site to hit about 114 degrees later in the afternoon.
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