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1 killed, 3 injured as police chase ends in violent crash
For the second time in less than a week, a suspected thief was killed in a deadly crash following a police chase. ... More >>


What 2014 elections say about 2016 governor’s race
The 2014 elections have turned into a life-threatening event for America’s incumbent governors, with voters in a firing mood that may claim bipartisan victims from Republican Tom Corbett in Pennsylvania to Democrat John Hickenlooper in Colorado. Gov. Jay Inslee celebrates his election in 2012:  Is... More >>


County Council cancels next 2 rounds of bus service cuts
Two upcoming cuts to Metro bus service have been canceled by the Metropolitan King County Council.  An initial round of reductions took effect this past weekend. . (photo by Joshua Trujillo, seattlepi.com) After a weekend that saw Metro ax 28 low-ridership bus routes, the Metropolitan King County ... More >>


Ten Washingtonians among America's richest, according to Forbes
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Gates on education: ‘Should Georgia have a different railroad width?’
America should insist on uniform standards of what kids know by the time they graduate from high school, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said Monday in Washington, D.C., weighing in on the growing national controversy over Common Core academic standards. “Should Georgia have a different railroad w... More >>


Faces & Figures | Samuel Bloomfield
Faces & Figures is a regular feature of seattlepi.com’s Big Blog that aims to explore the culture of Western Washington through photos accompanied with a thought, musing or quote from the people we encounter. If you know an interesting person we should feature, let us know. Samuel Bloomfield photo... More >>


Mercer Island residents can drink their water again
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I-90 reopens following fiery 4-car crash near Preston
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Police investigate South Seattle shooting
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Robert Reich: ‘The rich are not job creators’
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich speaks to Anti-Wall Street activists near Sproul Hall at the University of California, Berkeley during an Occupy Cal rally, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) America has gone through “the worst, most anemic economic recovery on ... More >>


The politics of Seattle food: The folks who took risks so we can eat well
The palate of a Washington-born Baby Boomer has, in the past four decades, felt consuming opportunities grow from from fish and chips to kasuzuke black cod, from the Horseshoe Cafe to Wild Ginger, from Thunderbird and M-D 20/20 wines to Chateau Ste. Michelle. “Home Grown: 101 True Tales of Local F... More >>


Criminal investigation into Duwamish River pollution ends quietly in civil fine
An eight-year investigation that saw divers sneak water monitoring equipment into the drain of a South Seattle cement plant appears to have quietly ended with a fine and no criminal prosecution. ... More >>


Palin: Truth is endangered at ’1400 Pennsylvania Avenue’
Sarah Palin:  Truth is “an endangered species at 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue” Sarah Palin and her family engaged in a now-famous, alcohol-fueled brawl earlier this month after arriving at an Anchorage party in a stretch Hummer. Still, neither Bristol’s right hook, nor Todd’s bloody nose, nor Track ex... More >>


Cops looking for Capitol Hill sex toy thief
Police are looking to put a sex toy thief in non-furry handcuffs after a Capitol Hill heist Saturday night. Staff at the Broadway Castle Adult Megastore called police about 10:20 p.m. to report a man had made off with nearly $400 in merchandise. The staffers made recommendations to a man inside th... More >>


British Columbia cities want to know risks of ‘dirty, cheap’ US coal
A Canada-bound coal train passes an oil train after tanker cars derailed in Magnolia. Oil and coal could become the Northwest’s major export commodities on both  sides of the U.S.-Canada border. Arguing that there is no oversight mechanism for coal ports, British Columbia’s local governments have ... More >>



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