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Naval Station Everett welcomes USS John S. McCain

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) departs Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY) while shifting its homeport to Naval Station...

Jail body scanner discovers handgun in folds of woman’s belly

The results of a body scan by a Tek84 Body Scanner showed the outline of a small handgun. (Snohomish County Sheriff's Office) (Snohomish County...

Puget Sound area heading into second La Niña winter in a row

It looks like the Puget Sound will have its second La Niña in a row this winter. Aurora borealis streaks through night sky across Washington...

Kent School District calls for end to ‘dangerous’ TikTok challenges

The Kent School District is asking families for help to shut down a TikTok challenge that is causing damage to school property. Ross: The war...

Poll shows Seattle residents more inclined to honk than five years ago

If it seems like Seattle drivers are honking more than they did five years ago, a new poll says they probably are. How much time...

Olympia elementary school latest to pause in-person learning over COVID outbreak

An Olympia elementary school will be closed for the next 10 days, in the wake of a COVID-19 outbreak affecting over a dozen students. No...

Sen. Murray leads hearing on school safety during the pandemic

Washington Senator Patty Murray is leading a hearing Thursday on school safety during the pandemic. Sen. Murray is the chair of the U.S. Senate Committee...

Tacoma woman pleads guilty to setting 5 Seattle police vehicles on fire during 2020 protest

A 26-year-old Tacoma woman pleaded guilty on Tuesday to the burning of five police vehicles in May of 2020 in downtown Seattle. SPD arrests suspect...

Robocalls ‘are not going to go away’ even as new US law kicks in

New rules on robocalls in the United States kick in Tuesday, Sept. 28, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the calls will stop entirely. Ross: US...

New rules for Fourth of July fireworks in unincorporated Pierce County

Under new rules, unincorporated Pierce County will soon move from five days of being able set off Fourth of July fireworks to just one. King...

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