The driver, who suffered life-threatening injuries, was trapped in the vehicle, which lodged under the porch and struck a natural-gas line outside the home.
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Two wolves were killed last month in northeastern Washington; conservationists offer $10,000 reward while county official doubts poachers at fault.
Seattle police officers had no viable alternatives when they fatally shot Charleena Lyles, review board finds
The panel found the shooting consistent with department training and policy. A Lyles family lawyer was critical: “The same events that led to Charleena Lyles’s...
The Seattle man says he was 17 when he was assaulted on a yacht on Lake Washington. Singer denies the allegations and “will vehemently defend...