Enraged Pike Place motorist pleads not guilty to assault with a motor vehicle charges

In April, two men were arrested at the Pike Place Market after an altercation involving a hammer used as a weapon and a deliberate motor vehicle assault of a pedestrian. Thursday, one of those men pleaded not guilty to felony assault charges in King County Superior Court. Seattle police arrest pair of drivers following road … Read more

Smash-and-grab burglars, connected to 60 Seattle-area robberies, arrested in Tukwila motel

60 robberies involving trucks driving into local stores to steal ATMs and cash registers may be solved with the arrest of two men at a Tukwila motel Friday morning. Seattle and Bellevue police made the arrest, according to an SPD spokesperson. The details of the investigation leading up to the arrests of the 30 and … Read more

Hungary’s military finds mission in life for abused dog

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary’s military has found a new mission in life for a talented dog who was rescued from abusive owners, recruiting 2-year-old Logan to serve in counterterrorism operations for an elite bomb squad. The Belgian shepherd is undergoing intensive training as an explosives detection dog for the explosive ordnance disposal and warship … Read more

Silicon Valley bus service exposes Seattle Schools’ fumbled bidding war

With Seattle Public Schools potentially days away from confirming First Student with a three-year contract as the district’s primary school bus provider, their competition has accused the district of “arbitrarily and improperly” awarding the contract to First Student. First Student has serviced Seattle Public School’s bus routes for over thirty years. In October, the company … Read more

Rival to First Student exposes Seattle Schools’ fumbled bidding war

With Seattle Public Schools potentially days away from confirming First Student with a three-year contract as the district’s primary school bus provider, their competition has accused the district of “arbitrarily and improperly” awarding the contract to First Student. First Student has serviced Seattle Public School’s bus routes for over 30 years. In October, the company … Read more

Weather may impact start of Manitoba’s fishing season, wildlife federation says – Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

Fishing season kicks off in Manitoba’s southern division Saturday, but as with many outdoor activities across the province, it’s being impacted by recent inclement weather. In addition to potential difficulties accessing some fishing spots due to high water levels, Chase Dreilich of the Manitoba Wildlife Federation said the cooler temperatures could be problematic for some … Read more

All Over The Map: Searching for Washington’s historic smokestacks

It was recently added to the state’s Heritage Register and it’s one of the tallest structures of its kind in Washington, so you may have to crane your neck and tilt your head back to get a good look at a towering century of Northwest history. Onalaska is in Lewis County, about a hundred miles south … Read more

Red flag warning days through May reach record numbers

DENVER (KDVR) — Enhanced fire risks are across Colorado once again and that means another red flag warning. Thursday’s red flag warning marks the 24th warning day for the Boulder National Weather Service office’s forecasting area since the start of the year. This means that 2022 has the most red flag warning days ever on … Read more

Seattle’s upcoming pro-abortion rights demonstrations expect to have ‘tens of thousands’ turn out

Organizations including Planned Parenthood, the Women’s March, and others have called for a National Day of Action on May 14 in response to the potential Roe v. Wade overturn, with a turnout of as many as 10,000 protesters. A student walkout is also expected to take place May 13, followed by an additional rally. “The … Read more

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