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  1. Snohomish County is eager for federal transportation dollarsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | HeraldNet

    Local leaders are pleading with U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen, among others, for help ensuring Everett doesn't get passed up for light rail in favor of places such as West Seattle and Ballard. 'We're hearing rumblings that we're going to wind up on the short end of this,' Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson told the congressman.


  2. Happening nearby: Friends, family seek missing Shoreline manRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | My Edmonds

    Missing Shoreline student Michael Sutherland was last seen on Friday night at his home, according to our friends at Shoreline Area News . He did not bring his ID, debit cards or wallet with him.


  3. Transit service changes on July 3-4Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    King County Metro Transit bus routes will operate with a Sunday schedule on Friday, July 3, in observation of Independence Day and operate Saturday service levels on Saturday, July 4. Changes also are in store for the King County water taxis. On July 3 and 4, the King County Water Taxi between Downtown Seattle and West Seattle will operate with a Saturday schedule, as will the free shuttles .


  4. The end of tall buildings in residential neighborhoods?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Crosscut.com

    In 2010, Seattle made a number of tweaks to its residential zoning rules, opening many neighborhoods to four story or higher construction for the first time in decades. Pressure from neighborhood activists to roll back the rules has been mounting, and on July 7, after more than a year and a half of discussion, the City Council is expected to vote on legislation that would restrict some of the density allowed in the 2010 upzone.


  5. 10 Things to Know for FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    In this photo taken July 1, 2015, Kevin Pinnell, second from right, shows that people in Seattle don't just need umbrellas during the rainy season as he stands under his for shade from the sun while selling balloon creations to visitors to the Space Needle in Seattle. From Seattle to Salt Lake City, the West is baking under record heat.


  6. High 5 Pie says goodbye to Capitol Hill, Mighty-O says hell-ORead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog

    Mighty-O is bringing its classic Seattle organic and vegan-friendly donuts to Capitol Hill. But first we'll have to finish our pie.


  7. 'Nailbiting moment of suspense': Alice sets the date for...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    If you were at Alice Enevoldsen 's Summer Solstice Sunset Watch last month, you heard Alice mention a plan in the works to host an event the day the New Horizons spacecraft makes its Pluto flyby. The plan's now in place and she's sent the details, adding, "As far as I can tell, this is the ONLY day-of Pluto-flyby event in all of Seattle."


  8. Summer is sizzling: Heat records fall across US WestRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    Children play in the Salmon Street Springs fountain in Portland, Ore., Wednesday, July 1, 2015. A heat advisory is in effect for Portland from noon Wednesday to 8 p.m. Thursday, according to the national weather service.


  9. Effect of Antibiotic Class on Stroke Outcome [Original Contribution]Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | Circulation

    Correspondence to Kyra Becker, MD, Department of Neurology, University of Washington School of Medicine, Box 359775 HMC, 325 9th Ave, Seattle, WA 98116. E-mail Background and Purpose- Infections are common after stroke and associated with worse outcome.


  10. Development roundup: Review meetings set for major projects in West SeattleRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald

    Two double header meeting are coming up on July 16 and July 23 on some major development projects in West Seattle. Two are rescheduled design review meetings and two are for projects that have been in the works for a while.


  11. Why hasn't Amazon started building its third downtown Seattle high-rise?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Business Journal

    It was expected that Amazon.com would be under construction on a third high-rise office in downtown Seattle by now, but the company still doesn't have a building permit. The company's plans for the third tower are unclear, and an Amazon representative did not respond to emails seeking comment.


  12. Sen. Murray: Wash. hospitals are 'failing' rape victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | KREM-TV Spokane

    It's estimated only one in 10 hospitals in Washington has a nurse on staff or on call who can do rape kits. Sen. Murray: Wash.


  13. Prosecutors: Seattle driver who killed Ravenna cyclist was drunkRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    A Seattle man accused of fatally striking a cyclist in the city's Ravenna neighborhood has been charged with vehicular homicide. King County prosecutors claim Lucas McQuinn, 29, was drunk when he hit Andres Hulslander just after 11 p.m. on Saturday.


  14. Four suspects arrested during anti-pimping operationRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KRCR

    An anti-pimping operating in Redding ended with four arrests, including a suspect who police said had a gun in his vehicle. According to a news release from Redding Police Department, a recent human trafficking investigation demonstrated the further need for additional anti-pimping/pandering operations in the Redding area.


  15. There Are More Dogs Named Frodo Than Fido In SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KUOW-FM Seattle

    There is a cat in Seattle named Schrodinger. We don't know if it is alive or dead, but the point is that Seattleites get creative when naming their pets.


  16. The Morning News: Picketing Swedish, Worrying About Heat, and Taking...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Stranger

    ... vehicular homicide, accusing him of speeding and driving while impaired when he fatally struck a bicyclist in the Ravenna neighborhood on Saturday night," the Seattle Times reports . "Lucas McQuinn, who lives with his parents in Mount Baker, was ...


  17. Seattle lets bank keep naming rights to arena despite not paying for them for last four yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Field of Schemes

    Shortly after the Sonics left Seattle, the contract between KeyBank and Seattle Center for naming rights for the sports arena came up for renewal. The price for the rights at that point was $1.3 million a year, but the city-owned Seattle Center offered a new price to reflect the fact that the arena would no longer host an NBA team: about $400,000 a year.


  18. As hundreds picket, Swedish pushes forward on major First Hill, Cherry Hill growthRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog

    Calls for more nurses and the improved benefits to attract them echoed through Broadway Wednesday afternoon as hundreds of hospital workers, union organizers, and a handful of elected officials staged a picket outside Swedish Hospital's First Hill campus. The picket came one day after another round of negotiations ended without a contract deal between SEIU Healthcare 1199NW and Swedish, one of the larges Central Area employers and owned by Providence Health Services .


  19. Nights at the Neptune: Where art and social justice meetRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    At Seattle Theatre Group's weekly Nights at the Neptune series , which showcases social justice-themed work by up-and-coming artists, audience members may experience a work that's still in the midst of formation - and find that they have a say in the process. Last Thursday, an audience gave input to filmmakers Mark Goodnow and David Pierre-Louis, who screened the documentary "Kenbe Fem" in a first cut at the Neptune, while still refining the film.


  20. Parking getting scarce, costlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Portland Tribune

    There are 5,967 curbside parking spaces in the section of Northwest Portland covered by the latest Northwest Portland Parking Plan. So far this year, the Portland Bureau of Transportation has sold 6,953 annual parking permits to residents and businesses in that area.


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