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coal refinery

4 days ago

Washington puts a price on closing oldest Colstrip units

This is the first time real numbers have been put out

fire

4 days ago

The state looks to setting intentional fires to minimize unintentional wildfires

Bill sponsors want to permit more controlled burns

Every-Vote-Counts

4 days ago

The state turns to automatic voter registration after record low turnout

Both the House and Senate are looking at separate bills

Marijuana

4 days ago

Accusations of trying to get a bribe is sending a Seattle auditor to court

Store owner says the man tried to get $20,000 out of him.

Governor Jay Inslee

4 days ago

Governor Inslee’s cabinet takes a hit

A rejection from the state senate and a department head steps down.

blueberry bush

6 days ago

Blueberry growers admit to violating rights of workers

Eastern Washington growers will pay $385,000 to workers; $20,000 in fines.

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6 days ago

Everett barista killed by propane heater accident

The coffee stand owner suffered fatal burns in the accident, January seventh.

seattle city scape

6 days ago

Man shot while riding a Seattle bus

In 2010, the victim was paid $42,000 after getting kicked by a police officer.

semi truck

6 days ago

Semi-truck driver arrested after an eight car crash that killed two

SNOQUALMIE PASS, Wash. (AP) — The Washington State Patrol says the driver of a semi-truck has been arrested for investigation…

KGMI/Dillon Honcoop

7 days ago

Stormy weather headed our way today

Blustery winds forecast for today have the National Weather Service worried enough to issue a high wind warning.

semi truck

7 days ago

Police ask for help investigating accident on Meridian Street

A semi truck hit a woman crossing Meridian Street last Friday and now Bellingham Police are asking for your help.

high school

7 days ago

Bill to study later school start times clears Senate panel

A state Senate committee has unanimously passed a bill to study how students perform at schools that begin later in the morning.

texting

7 days ago

Clallam, Jefferson counties accepting texts to 911

People in distress in Clallam and Jefferson counties can now contact emergency services by text message.

pregnant

7 days ago

House OKs bill seeking accommodations for pregnant workers

Pregnant workers would be guaranteed accommodations for bathroom, food and water breaks under a measure passed by the House.

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1 week ago

Manager of an Everett halfway house pleaded guilty to first-degree murder

After a resident of a halfway house refused sexual desires to the manager, he was murdered.

school

1 week ago

Testimony heard about making community and technical college tuition free

Legislative staff has estimated the cost to offer free college tuition would be between $94 million and $105 million.

seattle city scape

1 week ago

Two have been charged as adults in the Seattle homeless camp shooting

All three teens have been charged with first-degree murder and only the youngest will face the allegations in juvenile court.

police, jail, arrest, cops, sheriff

1 week ago

Marysville woman found guilty for soliciting her 6 year-old-daughter to sex crimes

A woman and her husband solicited the young girl through craigslist, but the woman plans to appeal the conviction.

Seattle

1 week ago

Seattle man arrested for hate crime outside a mosque

A man who was carrying a stolen pistol was arrested for property damage, assault and malicious harassment.

olympia

1 week ago

Measure to seek reform reform representation of minorities in local election passes in House

The House passed the measure to switch from at-large to district elections in areas where large minority groups are present.

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Today in entertainment history: Feb. 12

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A look back at some of Hollywood's most memorable moments.

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Report: NFL holds up Burfict’s suspension

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Burfict earned the suspension for his hit on Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown in a wild-card game on January 9.

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REVIEW: ‘How To Be Single’ feels the same while trying too hard to be different

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"How to Be Single" makes a valiant attempt to send up rom-com clichés but it borrows so much from other, better movies that you start to wonder if the film’s title should be "How to Commit Larceny."

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OKC Thunder assistant coach’s wife dies after car accident

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The Thunder issued a statement expressing "deep sorrow" and saying the team would support Williams "in every way possible."

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Springsteen promises to show his mind in autobiography

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Springsteen, 66, has been working on the autobiography, called "Born to Run," for seven years.

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