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He planned to use Molotov cocktails on a Seattle Police building during the 2020 protests.
A license plate registered to a car owned by the woman was found at the scene of the Sept. 15 crash.
Urges group studying state airport needs to drop East King County site from consideration
Emphasis on importance of safety around trains and tracks
Police arrest suspect in one of the Sept. 14 crashes
Commuter line includes stops in Kent, Auburn
Work on the infamous interchange is expected to begin in November and alleviate congestion
The council will vote on a resolution Sept. 19.
The bomb destroyed the victim’s car and surrounding trees Aug. 23 at Mountain View Cemetery
Weekend collisions in SeaTac, Tukwila takes lives of men from Sequim, Tacoma and Federal Way
King County Medical Examiner’s office ruled the man’s death was an accident.
Proposal asks WA Legislature to allocate $86 million annually.
Gov. Jay Inslee announced the order will end nearly three years after he first issued it.
Incident Feb. 4 started on bus; man armed with knife reportedly charged at officers
Episode 7 in this special podcast series explores the release of unredacted photos showing Jeffrey Nelson’s tattoos.
Department of Health reminds Washingtonians to stay indoors when smoke is in the air.
Court previously said photos of Jeffrey Nelson’s tattoos would prejudice the jury pool.
With the funds, 18 schools will receive energy efficiency improvements.
The crash resulted in a brush fire Aug. 28 on State Route 167.
The driver had reportedly struck another vehicle and was shot during an altercation.