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  1. Alleged Drunk Driver Hits, Critically Injures Little GirlRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | CBS Local

    Alleged Drunk Driver Hits, Critically Injures Little Girl A little girl is in the hospital after an alleged drunk driver hit the mini van she was in. Sheriff Sued Again For Fatal Shootout That Killed Deputy One year after Corporal Nate Carrigan was killed while serving an eviction notice, a former employee of the Park County Sheriff's Department sued the county and the sheriff.


  2. New Topgolf Driving Range Hits A HazardRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | CBS Local

    New Topgolf Driving Range Hits A Hazard A lawsuit has at least temporarily delayed the construction of massive golf driving range. RTD Opens New Light Rail Line The newest line on RTD's light rail system, the R-line, is up and running.


  3. Letter to Editor about proposed Navigation Center in Little SaigonRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Northwest Asian Weekly

    I don't object to improving opportunity shelter for the unsheltered as with Mayor Ed Murray's proposed Navigation Center on 12th Avenue South. I do challenge the location because the City twice now has allowed the International District /Chinatown to be the default location for the City's homeless population.


  4. religion bulletinsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Advocate

    Emotional Healing Workshop: 9 a.m. to noon, New Home Family Worship Center, 3000 Tecumseh St. Evangelist Barbara W. Green will speak. For more information, call 245-2735.


  5. 15 Places To Watch The 2017 Academy Awards In SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Stranger

    ... the best guesser of Academy Award winners, plus a special menu and drinks. OutWest Watch the Oscars at this West Seattle LGBTQ bar. There will be ballots to fill out, prizes to win, and specials to savor all day. Suite Lounge Take advantage of ...


  6. Denver, Cleveland, Cincinnati, KC Get 4 Extra Draft PicksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    Police Arrest Suspected Gunman Wanted In Civic Center Lockdown Police have arrested the man they believe had a gun and triggered a lockdown at the Englewood Civic Center on Wednesday evening. Lawmakers Want To Give Parents A Break With Tax-Free Diapers Some state lawmakers want to give parents a break and make diapers tax exempt.


  7. Congressman Sues Architect of the Capitol over Removal of Student ArtworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Artforum Intl.

    Congressman William Lacy Clay of Missouri has filed a federal lawsuit against Architect of the Capitol Stephen Ayers for removing a student painting from a Capitol Hill exhibition claiming that he violated the artist's right to free speech, Spencer S. Hsu of the Washington Post reports. The lawsuit is the latest development in an ongoing controversy over an exhibition of works by high school students who won an annual nationwide art competition sponsored by the Congressional Institute.


  8. There's a 'Herkimer Coffee' in Seattle? What's the story?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WIBX-AM Whitesboro

    Herkimer Coffee, established in 2003, located first in the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. There are now three locations in Seattle.


  9. 48 unit apartment/mixed use project design review meeting set for March 16Read the original story

    Thursday | West Seattle Herald

    ... would be demolished. Parking would be underground, accessed from the alley. The owner is Paul Cesmat and West Seattle Construction. The design firm is Clark Design Group PLLC. It is project number 3025941 . There is a question noted in the ...


  10. Why you might see a railroad crossing gate, but no trainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KHQ-TV Spokane

    In the past couple of weeks, KHQ has received multiple news tips about what appear to be malfunctioning railroad crossing guards. The first report was on Feb. 10 at East Mission Ave. and Rebecca St. Pictures sent to KHQ show a train rolling through the intersection, but the gate was up and the lights were not flashing.


  11. BIZNOTE: West Seattle AAA store closingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | West Seattle Blog

    Thanks to Cindi for the tip: The AAA West Seattle store in Jefferson Square has announced it's closing after March 31st, consolidating operations into the company's Magnolia location .


  12. Seattle cop linked to strip club charged in corruption probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    A long-running investigation into drug dealing and prostitution at a North Seattle strip club has netted charges against a Seattle Police Department officer. King County prosecutors claim Robert Lee Marlow was caught with drugs after a sting operation targeting his girlfriend, a purported drug dealer working out of the Dancing Bare strip club.


  13. Seattle home too toxic to enter sparked a bidding frenzy - now we know whyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Seattle Times

    A crumbling, toxic home that was too dangerous to enter quickly became a symbol of Seattle's scorching housing market when it sold last year for $427,000 after what the listing agent called an "insane" bidding war. With five feet of standing water, air too hazardous to breathe, piles of rusty old appliances blocking doorways, and ceilings that could fall down at any moment, it was such a derelict that prospective buyers weren't allowed inside - only licensed contractors who signed a legal waiver could step foot in the home.


  14. Huge stakes for Trump immigration do-overRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | WVNY

    President Donald Trump is preparing to seize on a second chance to make a first impression with the release this week of a new executive order temporarily halting travel from citizens of seven nations he says pose a high risk of terrorism. The order will form the second thrust of a new administration push to significantly overhaul the shape of the American immigration system, following the release of new memos Tuesday empowering state and local authorities to enforce laws that could eventually lead to mass deportations.


  15. Person of Interest: Wesley FrugéRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | The Stranger

    What he saw from his vantage beneath the kliegs startled him: audiences full of olds. Olds are great! Soon, if we're not already, and if we're lucky, we will all be olds.


  16. A plea for the KeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Magnolia News

    Valentines sat outside KeyArena on Feb. 14 as part of a "heart-bomb" event hosted by several local preservation groups. Photo by Joe Veyera The multipurpose venue designed by architect Paul Thiry was the focus of a "heart bomb" event on Valentine's Day, as dozens from Historic Seattle, the Queen Anne Historical Society, the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, and DOCOMOMO Wewa gathered with hand-made valentines on Feb. 14 to celebrate the building.


  17. Greenwood Community Council hosts forum on homelessness next WednesdayRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Phinneywood

    The Greenwood Community Council will host a special forum on homelessness at 7 p.m. next Wednesday, March 1, at the Greenwood Senior Center, 525 N. 85th St. Hundreds of people are living on the streets in Seattle today, with more arriving all the time.


  18. Mayor Murray will visit Thunder Road Guitars as part of Only In SeattleRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | West Seattle Herald

    Seattle Mayor Ed Murray will pay a visit to Thunder Road Guitars in the West Seattle junction Feb. 23 at 1pm as part the Only in Seattle Initiative . He will head to Greenwood following his West Seattle stop.


  19. Mayor wants steep tax on sugary beverages for ambitious education agendaRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The taxing Mayor Ed Murray. Murray is proposing a two-cents per ounce tax on sugar-sweetened beverages.


  20. The High Line's transformative real estate boom, mappedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Curbed

    The arrival of the High Line and a coinciding neighborhood rezoning has spurred a high-end real estate boom that's still playing out across West Chelsea. Some of the city's most prolific developers, and the world's leading architects-including Rafael ViA oly, Isay Weinfeld, and the late Zaha Hadid-have all left their mark on the area.


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