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The price tag tops out at $25,000 in Obama’s rush hour Tuesday visit
President Obama makes a rush hour foray into Seattle and the Eastside on Tuesday, once more holding no public events and raising money from donors who will pay up to $25,000 to see the 44th president and ask Obama a question. The President’s political ATM machine will operate at two destinations, ... More >>

Redmond stabbing suspect: ‘I’m going to kill someone’
Minutes before a 17-year-old girl was stabbed in the chest in Redmond Friday night, a 25-year-old man found shirtless at the scene texted his girlfriend. He was pleading with his 21-year-old girlfriend to see him. The texts read as follows, according to the probable cause report written by a Redmo... More >>

Planned Parenthood endorses: All Democrats
Planned Parenthood Votes is out with an endorsement of 53 candidates for the Washington State Senate and Washington State House of Representatives. All 53 are Democrats. It’s no surprise:  PPV has become a virtual adjunct of the Democratic Party, backdrop for Sen. Patty Murray’s press conferences,... More >>

Police: Double-homicide suspect killed mother, 69-year-old man
A 45-year-old Seattle man was ordered held without bail Monday afternoon in connection with a double-homicide discovered in south Seattle during the weekend. Pedestrians discovered two dead bodies Saturday along the Duwamish River in the South Park neighborhood. The man suspected of killing them a... More >>

Second bullet hole-riddled target found on Capitol Hill
A second bullet hole-riddled target has been found on Capitol Hill, tacked to a tree just two blocks from where a similar pockmarked target was found outside offices of the League of Women Voters. “Officers did not find any bullet damage at either scene, as it appears both targets were shot at bef... More >>

Suspected drunk driver chucks whiskey, careens into cars and breaks down in stolen Mustang in front of Seattle PD headquarters
An alleged drunk driver went on a haphazard spree through downtown Seattle Friday night, striking two vehicles head-on in a stolen Mustang before the car broke down near the Seattle Police Department headquarters. It began with the driver taking the Mustang in the wrong direction just before 6:30 ... More >>

Lake City man cut in watch robbery
Seattle police are investigating a robbery in which a 39-year-old man was cut outside his Lake City apartment building Sunday morning. The man was smoking outside his building about 2:30 a.m. in the 14000 block of Lake City Way when another man approached him and asked for a cigarette, according t... More >>

Busy Kent streets shut down for ‘suspicious package’ that belonged to sheriff’s office
In what the agency called a “screw-up,” King County sheriff’s deputies shut down a busy Kent intersection for more than four hours Monday morning to investigate a reported suspicious package that turned out to be a dummy belonging to the sheriff’s office itself. Shortly before 8 a.m., a King Count... More >>

White House honors labor leader who led minimum wage fight
President Obama can’t get House Republicans to move on hiking the minimum wage, but he is honoring as “Champions of Change” a bevy of American activists who have fought for economic justice at the state and local level. Seattle’s savviest young labor leader — David Rolf — is one of the “Champions.... More >>

Seattle prelate is early prospect for Episcopal Presiding Bishop
The bishops of America’s Episcopal Church will elect a new Presiding Bishop next July.  Western Washington’s Bishop Greg Rickel is being sounded out as candidate for a top job that requires the wisdom of Solomon and the patience of Job. Rickel, 51, is an Arkansas native, a onetime hospital adminis... More >>

Bellevue College construction worker killed at site
A 31-year-old man died Monday morning after a fall at a Bellevue College construction site. The fall occurred about 10:30 a.m. at the health sciences building on campus, where the man was working. Police believe the man was working on a ladder on the fourth floor of the building at the time of the... More >>

I-90 backups not as bad as feared during Monday commute
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Residents, charity square off on fight over North Seattle apartment's future
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4 officers injured, suspect killed in shootout and explosion in Kent
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Three dozen residents escape Everett apartment fire
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