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4-year-old boy found dead in Puget Sound near Olympia

OLYMPIA, Wash. - A 4-year-old boy was found dead in Puget Sound waters near Olympia on Tuesday. Police say foul play is not suspected. According to the Thurston County Sheriff's Office, the boy's body was found near Beverly Beach around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. Deputies say the boy had autism and...
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Bail set at $3M for man accused in fatal Tacoma shooting

TACOMA, Wash. — Bail was set at $3 million dollars for an accused murderer in Pierce County. Kacy Estes and his brother Jacy Estes are facing multiple charges related to a deadly shooting Sunday night in Tacoma that left one dead and injured several others. Both the victim’s family...
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Centralia City Attorney Reminds Residents to Mow Their Lawns

At a Centralia City Council meeting on Tuesday night, City Attorney Shannon Murphy-Olson focused on the issue of tall grass and asked the public to mow their lawns. Murphy-Olson reminded Centralians that city code has a 1-foot rule for grass height. She also said a city employee had recently given out reminders of the rule to 20 residents.
CENTRALIA, WA
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Dori: Local crimes spike due to more repeat offenders

Crime is absolutely out of control locally – and it’s playing out in the lives of Dori Monson Show listeners. There have been 14 shootings in Tacoma alone in the past three days. In King County: 29 shootings in the first 28 days of this month. We are...
KING COUNTY, WA
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SeaTac Airport unveils program to help cut TSA security lines

Travelers using Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SeaTac) can avoid long lines when going through TSA security by using its new program, the SEA Spot Saver. “Even in the middle of the pandemic, our Airport Director Lance Liddell has been really emphasizing trying to find ways to use tech more throughout the airport,” said Perry Cooper, spokesperson for SeaTac Airport. “We had two contractors that piloted this during the summer last year, finally came up with one that is now doing it full time. And it’s a great way to reserve your spot basically in what we call a virtual queue in the general TSA checkpoint line.”
SEATAC, WA
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Gun owners load up on high capacity magazines, make record purchases before WA ban starts

SEATTLE - Starting this Friday, July 1, firearm magazines with more than 10 rounds will be banned. As a result, gun stores around the region have seen record sales. Wade’s Eastside Guns in Bellevue said he has seen sales jump 250 percent since last month. Some people are buying guns. But most everyone is buying firearm magazines. Many customers it’s because of the new state law that’s about to kick in.
BELLEVUE, WA
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Unaffordable housing a threat to Olympia economy, says city planner

Unaffordable housing threatens the Olympia economy, Strategic Projects manager Amy Buckler told Olympia planning commissioners. "Although the housing market is cooling due to inflation and higher mortgage interest rates, costs are still at record highs," Buckler noted in a meeting held Monday, June 27. As of April 2022, she said...
OLYMPIA, WA
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Man shot and killed in Tacoma

Police are investigating after a man was shot and killed in Tacoma Monday night. It is the third shooting investigation in the city since Sunday.
TACOMA, WA
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Community rallies around lemonade stand after robbery

Some Tacoma girls were making big bucks at their lemonade stand — until a robber stole their profits. On Sunday, Grace DeWitt reported to Tacoma Police that a young man had stolen $80 from her daughters and nieces’ lemonade stand set up outside their house on Northpoint Way.
TACOMA, WA
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