Forgotten tank is likely source of oil on Columbia River

The tank likely contains about 2,000 gallons of heavy, sludge-like oil, the Coast Guard said.

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Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff gets a $550-an-hour coach

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Seattle police look for man cutting rental bike brake lines

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Rights group, state reach settlement in competency lawsuit

The plan is designed to stop the state from violating the rights of jailed mentally ill people.

Handcuffed DUI suspect dies in jump from Highway 520 bridge

A trooper tried to grab and hold the man but failed.

The smog is clearing, but the reprieve might be temporary

Officials warn that dangerous smoke from hundreds of Northwest wildfires could return next week.

Skagit Regional Health to offer robotic-assisted surgery

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Activists vow to bring the last surviving killer whale of the Southern Resident captures home.

3 killed, 2 injured when vehicle goes off cliff

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DOL shutdown could trip up last-minute tab renewals

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