Top Local Stories
- As whooping cough grows, study finds vaccine wanes
- Kayakers prep for floating protest of Shell fleet’s arrival
- Sheriff: 2 killed, 7 injured in car crash near Mattawa
- DUI bill would let some avoid ignition locks by promising not to drive
- Seattle activists push for city-run, high-speed Internet service
- Seattle-bound airliner makes emergency landing in Vancouver
- Coast Guard rescues 3 fishermen, calls off search for missing captain
- Army Corps boosting Lake Washington level early this year
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Rescue divers in Portland have recovered the body of a woman who drove off into the Columbia River from Marine Drive.
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Kent police said Monday morning they believe the April 16 drive-by slaying of 1-year-old Malijha Grant was gang-related.
An analysis of Washington state’s 2012 pertussis epidemic, the worst since 1942, found that the vaccine to prevent the disease waned sharply and quickly in teens who were fully inoculated.
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The device dubbed the Cannibuster could be a significant roadside tool for law enforcement as more states allow the medical and recreational use of the drug.