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5 girls hospitalized after taking prescription drugs at Chehalis high school

Five teen girls have been hospitalized after getting sick from taking prescription medications one of the girls brought to their Chehalis high school Friday.

Metro Transit fined for failing to provide enough bathrooms for drivers

Amid numerous complaints of drivers having to relieve themselves in coffee cups, wearing diapers or even losing control of their bladders in their seats, the state Department of Labor and Industries has issued a citation to King County Metro Transit for failing to provide drivers with unrestricted access to bathrooms.

Online effort to save Seattle's beloved Paseo cancelled

Efforts to revive Seattle's beloved sandwich shop Paseo have been cancelled.

Bill Cosby's Tacoma show cancelled

Bill Cosby's April show in Tacoma has been cancelled amidst a growing uproar over allegations that he sexually assaulted several women in the past.

Man who saved horse racing in Washington stepping away from sport

The man who kept horse racing alive in Washington is stepping away from the track after 20 years. Emerald Downs owner Ron Crockett joins The Dori Monson Show for a chat about his experience.

Seahawks' Doug Baldwin wants to be known as far more than just 'angry'

After several years being known as "Angry Doug," Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin wants you to know there's a lot more to him.

Father wants public's help in keeping drunk driver who killed his son behind bars

A father whose son's life was cut short by a drunk driver wants the public's help to make sure the man responsible serves his full time in prison.

Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll not ruling out using Richard Sherman at wide receiver

Richard Sherman proclaims himself the best corner in the game, but how would he fare at wide receiver?

History of Thanksgiving weather in Seattle

Here is a look at some statistics and memorable weather for the last 50 years on Thanksgiving weekend.

Watch: Washington insurance exchange has new 'humorous' ad campaign

The Washington health exchange has launched a new advertising and outreach campaign, focused on helping people understand the value of insurance.

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