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Most passenger planes cleared by FAA to land at Sea-Tac with 5G signals limited to buffer zones

Airlines voiced concerns this week over new 5G frequencies have been activated by cell phone companies, which they fear could interfere with landing airplanes. On...

How Tonga volcano eruption pushed out Seattle fog from nearly 6,000 miles away

The eruption of the Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai volcano had the entire West Coast of the United States under a tsunami warning for most of...

Nearly 600 potholes reported to SDOT last week in wake of frigid weather

Frigid temperatures had the Seattle Department of Transportation working to fill hundreds of potholes across the city in early January. Wet weather, potholes in...

Skagit County COVID test site to temporarily shut down over staff shortage

A COVID-19 testing and vaccination site at the Skagit County Fairgrounds will be shutting down until early next week over ongoing staffing shortages. King County...

UW Virology head: Not yet to the peak of omicron in Washington state

In Washington state, at least in the local population that UW Medicine is caring for, it’s not yet safe to say that cases of the...

Former state AG: OSHA’s COVID vaccine mandate was too broad

The U.S. Supreme Court has issued its ruling on President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates, ruling against one and, at the same time, in favor of...

Spate of Puget Sound region K-12 schools return to remote learning

Many children in King County and throughout the Puget Sound region are moving back to their monitors, as individual schools announce temporary pauses on in-person...

Seattle Mayor Harrell appoints director of housing office, public safety

Bruce Harrell, shortly after Tuesday night mayoral election results were announced. (Hanna Scott, KIRO Radio) (Hanna Scott, KIRO Radio) Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell...

Another atmospheric river, heavy rain hits Puget Sound region

Another atmospheric river is taking aim at Western Washington, bringing heavy rain to the Puget Sound region Tuesday and Wednesday. What happened to Seattle’s ‘Pineapple...

Economist: Gov. Inslee’s proposal to rework single-family zoning ‘a good start’

Gov. Jay Inslee is pushing for a bill this legislative session that would alter single-family zoning requirements across many of the state’s major cities. Windermere...

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