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Battle lines drawn among Republicans in state House over heated exchange between lawmaker, security

Republican state Rep. Robert Sutherland believes he has more support than ever following a verbal confrontation with a top House security official at the Capitol...

With suspension of jury trials, Whatcom among ‘top places in state for property crime,’ says prosecutor

While Seattle and Tacoma hold notoriety when it comes to recently reported spikes in crime, a third Western Washington city by the sea has borne...

‘Not the way I was planning to leave:’ Jonathan Choe recounts his termination from KOMO

Former KOMO News reporter Jonathan Choe admits that he made a series of mistakes that led up to his termination from the Sinclair-owned media company,...

Police get man to safety after climbing crane in downtown Seattle

A man climbed a crane in downtown Seattle, on Friday afternoon. Seattle police got him to safety after nearly an hour of negotiations. AM 770...

Washington treasurer pushes Congress for solution to rash of violent pot shop robberies

With Western Washington experiencing a rash of violent pot shop robberies over the last few months, state Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti is pushing for Congress to...

‘He wanted to serve people:’ Pierce County honors late deputy Dom Calata with memorial fund

Dominique “Dom” Calata, Pierce County Sheriff’s deputy, passed away Wednesday afternoon after a shootout while issuing a warrant in Spanaway. He leaves behind a wife...

Uniformed Tacoma police officer declares ‘Let’s go Brandon’ in resignation over police reform

“I’ll be signing off for the last time. I just wanted to say, ‘cheers boys, and Let’s go Brandon.’” Those were the final words said...

Legal analyst: Richard Sherman plea deal was ‘a fair sentence’

A deal with prosecutors saw former Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman plead guilty to three misdemeanor charges Monday. Given the relatively lighter sentence that came...

Pierce County Sheriff defends department after recent use of force report

Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer is defending his department after a Tacoma News Tribune opinion piece claims the department uses force far more often on...

Alaska governor urges Washington to ‘rethink’ controversial fuel export tax

As a proposed fuel export tax continues to progress through the Washington Legislature, leaders in the states that would be affected by the levy are...

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