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Seattle PD looking for suspect in hit-and-run that killed cyclist

An investigation into a fatal crash closed 1st Avenue South in Seattle's industrial district Tuesday morning.

Orcas are catching more salmon than fisherman

Marine mammal populations have been rebounding along the West Coast in recent decades – and apparently they're eating a lot to celebrate.

Tuesday morning crash kills cyclist, snarls traffic

An investigation into a fatal crash closed 1st Avenue South in Seattle's industrial district Tuesday morning.

Orcas are catching more salmon than fisherman

Marine mammal populations have been rebounding along the West Coast in recent decades – and apparently they're eating a lot to celebrate.

Boeing bolsters team for potential ‘797’ with a leading engineer

Boeing has appointed top engineer Terry Beezhold to the leadership team for its New Mid-market Airplane program, which is anticipated to be the its next all-new jet. It’s another step toward a likely launch of the new airplane, already widely referred to as the 797.
Rebel leadership splits in Ukraine’s east

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Dozens of armed people in combat fatigues have deployed to main administrative buildings in Luhansk, a major city in rebel-controlled territories in eastern Ukraine, in a sign of a split in the rebel leadership. The armed men answer to Igor Kornet, the interior minister in the separatist government of the Luhansk […]
Massachusetts firefighter who died battling blaze honored

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts firefighter who died battling a house fire earlier this year has been honored with the state’s most prestigious firefighting award. Watertown firefighter Joseph Toscano was posthumously awarded the state’s Medal of Honor on Tuesday. The 54-year-old married father of five was on the scene of a fire on March […]
Alaska special session ends quietly at 30-day mark

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The special legislative session has ended quietly in Alaska, more than a week after the state Senate called it quits. The House opted to run the clock out on the session in the hopes the Senate would address concerns on a crime bill that both chambers passed and take up taxes. […]
Caregiver accused of trying to suffocate 88-year-old woman

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) — A woman in New Hampshire has been arrested for allegedly pouring water over the head of a patient at a skilled nursing center and trying to suffocate her. The Lebanon Police on Tuesday say 50-year-old Kareen McGregor of Lebanon was arrested Saturday and charged with second degree assault and simple assault. […]
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