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Stories for Feb. 4, 2014
As the Legislature talks about abandoning a new gas tax deal until the end of the year, WSDOT is preparing to cut back on road work and ferry operations.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
Environmental and fair trade groups are sounding the alarm on the trade agreement President Obama is pushing.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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With officers responding to 36 break-in calls in January, Mount Baker's rash of burglaries is the top priority for the Seattle Police Department's South Precinct.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
157 homeless kids are enrolled in the Bellevue School District. Homeless Education Liaison Betty Takahashi helps find, feed, house and keep them in school.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS