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Stories for Jan. 24, 2013
Behind the scenes at the Museum of History and Industry's secret Georgetown location.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
It turns out fires shouldn't happen on planes. Ever. The governor is the state's new flu shot poster child. Macklemore goes where Seattle hasn't been in decades.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Protesters gathered Wednesday after the Seattle Public Schools superintendent reinforced his commitment to standardized testing. What will this mean for his leadership?READ MORE 19 COMMENTS
Somewhere between fearing guns and fearing those around you, there is a healthy respect for weapons. Knute Berger will meet you there.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
License plate scanners are recording the whereabouts of your car. Who can access this information? Probably anyone.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
Eight politicians, a few agency heads and an Army general will all weigh in, but the buck stops with one man.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
But a Senate vote turns back an attempt to gain control of a committee with responsibility over personnel matters.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS