Seattle wants to join lawsuit to defend safe-injection sites

A group has sued to invalidate a King County initiative that would ban safe-injection sites.

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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen locates USS Helena wreck

More than 730 of the Helena’s crew of 900 survived the July 1943 sinking in the South Pacific.

Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for afternoon bias training

The announcement comes after the arrests of 2 black men at a Philadelphia store sparked protests.

Justices skeptical of Washington state over salmon habitat

The tribes say they have been deprived of fishing rights guaranteed by treaty.

Washington unemployment rate at 4.8 percent

The largest job gains last month were in manufacturing retail trade and leisure and hospitality.

Poet Sam Hamill, founder of Copper Canyon Press, dies at 74

He started the Port Townsend publishing company in 1972.

Remains of man missing since 2014 found east of Concrete

That year a man was arrested, but not prosecuted, in the disappearance of Edgar Robinette, 32.

WSU: Stink bugs infesting Puget Sound region

The smelly critters move indoors during the winter months, and now are trying to get back outside.

Boat, tools go missing from McNeil, former prison island

No one is missing from the facility operated by the Department of Social and Health Services.

‘60 Minutes’: Serious mechanical issues plague Allegiant Air

The low-cost airline experienced more than 100 serious mechanical incidents during a 20-month period.

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