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Thousands of people felt them. They were magnitude 4.6 and 3.5 and hit minutes apart.
Shortfall is roughly $250 million each year; county may seek tax from unincorporated voters.
The baristas are unsure of their next steps but may file for a rehearing, their lawyer said.
In spite of the setback, Eyman still has an initiative dealing with car tabs on the November ballot.
Some brides-to-be may be left without a dress after a burglary at Brides and Beyond.
People seeking relative peace and quiet are boosting the area’s third-biggest industry.
Christine Hendrickson stole expensive software from Microsoft. She’ll never pay off the restitution.
A new study predicts demand for airline service in the Puget Sound region will double by 2050.
Widely known for its winter wonderland, summer at Stevens Pass offers other opportunities.
District 47 senator claimed racism, sexism present at Democratic caucus meetings
In an unprecedented trial, a jury convicted William Talbott in the slayings of a young Canadian couple.
Supporters and protesters traded chants at June 27 event.
Here’s what the governor, a longshot presidential candidate, said in Miami Wednesday night.
Teachers ratified a new contract Monday and the Board of Education will consider it next month.
William Talbott is accused of killing a young Canadian couple. His lawyer says DNA doesn’t prove murder.
Nearly 77 percent of shooting victims so far this year in county have been people of color.
Admissions are on pace to only reach around one-fifth of their limit in 2019.
Soon a jury will decide the fate of William Talbott, in the nation’s first trial involving genetic genealogy.
After 11 years, no resolution for family of 24-year-old Arpana Jinaga.
Bellevue made a commitment in 2012, but its shelter won’t have a permanent site until 2022.