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- How the Affordable Care Act is measuring up
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Child shot in Kent drive-by shooting has died, hospital officials say.
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Highline Public Schools says it followed protocols in notifying a student’s parents that a school-bus driver had been accused of slapping their 6-year-old son, who has autism.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s public-safety adviser pointed a finger at King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg in a memo about street crime downtown, but the mayor and Satterberg say they’re working together.
Much of the attention on the Affordable Care Act has focused on government-run insurance exchanges, but the law has had big impacts on other parts of health-care delivery.
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A federal grand jury has indicted a South Seattle man and a Maple Valley couple in connection with two separate hash oil manufacturing operations.
SHELTON, Wash. (AP) — A Tahuya man was sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to pay more than $8,000 in fines for redirecting the Tahuya River at his property. Mason County District Court Judge Stephen Greer sentenced William Kenneth Cayo on Friday. A jury found Cayo guilty earlier this month of unlawful hydraulic...
A new study on teacher evaluations suggests that the more students who refuse to take standardized tests, the less fair a teacher's evaluation becomes, at least when student scores are a factor.