Pedestrian killed by dump truck on I-5 in Seattle

It was not immediately known why a pedestrian was on the freeway.

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Gray wolves could lose federal protection under GOP bill

In Washington state, the federal act protects gray wolves in the eastern third of the state.

At least 2 sea lions found shot near Seattle

Nearly a half-dozen dead sea lions have washed ashore in west Seattle over the last six weeks.

Artist creating sculpture to honor Oso landslide victims

Thirteen-foot-long steel and brass sculpture will be model of mailboxes of victims.

Marysville man loses suit over arrest at Scorpions concert

The man had claimed police used excessive force and injured him when they removed him from an arena.

Sea-Tac reviewing ways to prevent another stolen plane

There was noway to stop the plane without endangering other lives once it got to the runway.

Report cites weak reporting on missing, killed Native women

In Washington state, the State Patrol must estimate how many Native women are missing in the state.

Washington’s unemployment rate drops to a record-low 4.3%

The October unemployment rate in the Seattle-Bellevue-Everett region was 3.3 percent.

Amazon’s growing pains in Seattle offer lessons to new hosts

The 2 cities allow the company to sidestep problems it has been accused of inflicting on its hometown.

Boeing considers moving 1,400 jobs to Kent

The relocation would reverse Boeing’s trend over the last several years to move workers out of Kent.

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