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Another Tunnel? Sound Transit Debates Where To Put Trains

This fall, voters will decide whether to extend Sound Transit's light rail farther, like to Everett and Tacoma. The ballot measure is called Sound Trans...

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Keeping Up With The Gregoires: A Family Of Women In Politics

Chris Gregoire, former governor of Washington, almost didn't run for office. She had two kids, she reasoned. She should stay home with them. It was her ...

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Dying Patients Don't Always Get Support They Need, Study Says

Dying patients in hospice and nursing homes aren't always getting the care they need during the last days of their lives.

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Seattle's Art Scene Wants To Be Less White

Spectrum Dance Theater's Donald Byrd wants to shake up the conversations about race in this country."People are cautious," says Byrd, a choreographer. "...

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Levy In Mind, Voters Question How Seattle School District Spends Construction Money

Magnolia Elementary School is a big, brick building that opened in 1927. This historic landmark has been boarded up for 12 years. "Be careful of the wat...

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Three Teenage Brothers Charged In 'Jungle' Shootings

Charges were filed Thursday in Seattle against three teenage brothers for the shootings in the homeless encampment known as the Jungle. The two older...

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Silent Vigil Honors Two Killed At 'Jungle' Encampment

A silent vigil Wednesday in downtown Seattle marked the deaths of Jeannine Zapata and James Tran. The two were fatally shot last week at a homeless enca...

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Senators Disagree On Need For Statewide Homeless Emergency Declaration

With homelessness reaching crisis levels in Seattle and other Washington cities, an influential state senator says the Legislature needs to step in.

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Kent Is Getting Richer – And Less Affordable

At a new strip mall in downtown Kent, a truck backs up to a butcher shop. The driver opens the back and pulls out a goat carcass. This butcher shop does...

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Three Teens Arrested In Deadly Shooting At Seattle Homeless Camp

Seattle police say they've arrested three teenagers in connection with last week's multiple shooting at the homeless camp known as "The Jungle."

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