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Seattle street closed after reports of family hit by car

A car reportedly hit a family in downtown Seattle Thursday afternoon.

Former Seattle strip club will reopen as hotel

What used to be a place for a peep show will become a place to rest your head.

All lanes now open on SB I-5 near Boeing Access Road following felony collision

A crash that stalled traffic on southbound I-5 near Boeing Access Road (MP 160) will be investigated as a felony collision, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Chief defends editorial about police assaults, shootings

Bremerton Police Chief Steve Strachan discusses his recent column about police-related shootings, titled "You don't get to assault police officers" on Seattle's Morning News.

How Seattle City Council could change in just one day

The 2015 election guarantees three new Seattle council members, while testing if the city's new electoral system is still influenced by money and incumbent status.

Seattle school parents outraged by city pulling grant funding over principal's departure

Parents and the principal of Seattle's Sand Point Elementary School are outraged by the city's decision to cut promised funding because the principal is departing after the school year.

How WSDOT wants to fix I-5 congestion through Marysville

If you've driven I-5 lately between Marysville and Everett, you know the infrastructure has not kept pace with the growth.

All lanes of I-5 reopen following chain reaction collisions near Mount Vernon

A crash is blocking all lanes of northbound I-5 at the Skagit River Bridge.

Police chief: 'You don't get to assault police officers'

The Bremerton Police chief is frustrated frustrated about the way the shooting in Olympia Thursday was covered in the media.

Boeing's CHAMP can knock out your computer

Boeing makes a leap from science fiction to reality with CHAMP, a missile that can knock out computers and other electrical systems with targeted precision.

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