After a year of several large and occasionally violent local protests, Seattle police say they’re ready for Friday's May Day events.
- Flown off Everest, locally based climbers ‘happy to be alive’
- Deep part of Cascadia fault so slippery sun, moon trigger tremors
- After years adrift, school dropout is national academic star
- New Tukwila site eyed for multipurpose arena for NHL
- Complaints liken Sawant event on cost of housing to ‘political rally’
- County exec wants $65M levy for youth, family, health services
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Teacher Brady Olson is being hailed as a hero after tackling a student who fired two shots into the air at North Thurston High School.
The governor of Maryland called in the National Guard to restore order in Baltimore, which erupted into riots on Monday following the funeral of a man who died in police custody.
A King County jury has awarded $3.5 million to the estate of a woman who died from mesothelioma.
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- Firefighter arrested for 3 slayings in 15-year-old cold case
- Robert Durst to be moved to jail closer to New Orleans
- Rand Paul faces hard questions from Orthodox Jewish crowd
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