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Bellingham Public Schools investigation confirms football hazing activity at Sehome High School

The district says an investigation found "serious, confirmed" hazing. As a result, the school’s football team had to forfeit last week’s game. BELLINGHAM, Wash. — An investigation confirmed a hazing incident...

Committee hears proposal that would make Seattle's Third Avenue safer, cleaner, more equitable

There is a proposal to make the major transit corridor more pedestrian friendly, but councilmembers stressed that any plans would need to be equitable and inclusive. SEATTLE — A city council...

Budget proposal hopes to enhance Seattle parks at a cost to taxpayers

The proposal calls for a tax of $0.39 per $1,000 of assessed value. The rate is roughly twice what residents paid under the first cycle of the Seattle Park District. SEATTLE...

Community members call for justice after rideshare driver shot and killed in Seattle

Rideshare drivers caravanned through Seattle and rallied at city hall to send a message about safety. SEATTLE — Rideshare drivers caravanned through Seattle to send a message about safety.  ...

Eatonville teachers, district reach tentative contract agreement

The union said smaller class sizes are a top priority. The Eatonville Education Association (WWA) and school district reached a tentative contract agreement Wednesday evening.  The agreement must still...

Seattle Public Schools reaches tentative agreement with educators

The Seattle Education Association members will review the proposed contract and vote Tuesday on whether to lift the strike. SEATTLE — Seattle Public Schools (SPS) reached a tentative agreement with educators...

'I ask for forgiveness': Man sentenced to another 93 years for murders committed in 2014

Police say Ali Muhammad Brown went on a killing spree in Washington and New Jersey as part of his "jihad against Americans." SEATTLE — A man charged with committing four murders...

Coalition of law enforcement guilds emphasizes King County 'public safety crisis'

On Wednesday, union leaders stood together to send the message that they are losing officers faster than they can recruit and hire. SEATTLE — Multiple King County law enforcement guilds came...

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