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Second school lockdown in two days for North Thurston

A North Thurston school went into lockdown after gun shots were heard, one day after the neighboring high school went into lockdown for a student gunman.

No plan in place for how State Auditor's Office will operate with Kelley on leave

There are no plans for how the Washington State Auditor's Office will operate beginning May 1 when Troy Kelley goes on leave. Governor Inslee has ordered his pay to be halted.

Seattle police brace for thousands of May Day protesters

Thousands are expected for three events in downtown Seattle. Police brace for possible violence and property damage.

SUV nearly strikes children at school bus stop

An SUV drove onto the shoulder and sped inches between children and a school bus door as the young students approached.

Chicken sandwiches still causing massive traffic congestion in Bellevue

The lines to grab a chicken sandwich are still causing massive traffic delays.

Marysville students released early after bomb threat

Students at Marysville-Pilchuck High School were released early Monday afternoon after a bomb threat was made against the school.

Lacey teacher who tackled shooter: 'No one...can prepare for a situation like this'

Brady Olson, the North Thurston High School teacher who tackled a shooter at his school Monday morning has released a statement following the incident.

Two people injured in street sweeper, semitrailer collision on SR 167

The Washington State Patrol says two people were injured when a street sweeper and semitrailer collided on State Route 167 in south King County Monday morning.

Privately-funded arena proposed for Tukwila

Chris Hansen's plans for a Seattle arena may have new competition in Tukwila.

Police: Teen had no intention of hurting classmates in Lacey shooting

A 16-year-old boy shot a gun twice at North Thurston High School Monday morning, but police said there's no indication he planned on hurting his classmates.

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