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Ballard calls for backup: Chamber members bring concerns of homelessness to Seattle council

The Ballard Chamber of Commerce put out a call for help, asking members to make their voices heard by the Seattle City Council about homelessness.

Seattle school levies passing in special election

Seattle voters are passing two school levies in early election results on Tuesday.

Seattle is so hot right now: Tuesday sets temperature record

There was a foggy start, but that didn't stop Seattle temps from rising. It's official. Feb. 9 is the warmest day of the year - so far - in Seattle.

91K Apple Health medicaid clients notified of data breach

The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) discovered that the personal identification information and private health information of more than 91,000 Apple Health (Medicaid) clients was handled improperly by a HCA employee.

72-year-old Jump Rope King: 'take responsibility for your health'

Forget about all the gridlock in our state capitol. Let's turn to an Olympia story that has nothing to do with lawmaking.

Olympia gridlock may mean little to show for short, 60-day session

There are proposals that are still alive during this short legislative session, but things may conflict with a Republican-dominated Senate and a Democrat-led House.

Don't touch: What to do when finding needles in Seattle

So many discarded, used syringes have been found littered in North Seattle, the community has organized a class on how to deal with them.

Wrong-way driver runs from fiery crash in DuPont

The man who may have crashed a stolen vehicle after leading police on a chase is still at large.

Gun range opens inside Olympia liquor store

A South Sound gun range has set up shop inside an Olympia liquor store and the owners say it's actually safer than other gun ranges.

Gov. Inslee says WSDOT firing is an 'election-year stunt'

Gov. Jay Inslee said Senate Republicans should be "ashamed" of how they handled the firing of the secretary of the state's department of transportation.

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