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Seattle-High School Shooting Victims’ Families Settle Lawsuit for $18 Million

The families of the Marysville-Pilchuck High school students who were shot on campus in 2014 settled a lawsuit against the insurance company for $18 million. The settlement stems from a lawsuit claiming that a substitute teacher was aware of the p...Read More



Seattle Approves the Rich Tax: Tax the Rich to Feed the Poor

It is official, the Seattle City Council voted unanimously yes to levy a 2.25 percent income tax on the richest residence. The news got a firestorm of reaction from both sides of the debate. The controversial measure will tax on individuals who ma...Read More



Violence Spikes and Gun Sales Plummet as Seattle Passes Gun Tax Law…. Well, That Wasn’t The Best Idea!

With the purpose of decreasing gun violence and it's rising costs, the City of Seattle put in place a special tax on all sales of gun and ammunition. Surprisingly, since that tax was put in place gun violence in the city has increased along with the ...Read More



72 Year Old Woman Killed After Car Crashes Into Home In North Seattle

On Tuesday a woman was killed when she was pinned beneath a car that crashed into an assisted-living home in North Seattle.  The 72-year-old victim was sitting in a chair in her bedroom when the car crashed through an exterior wall just after 11 a....Read More



Warning Has Been Issued For Women After Attacks In Seattle

Seattle Police are looking for a man who allegedly attacked one or more women in the last two months. Police describe him as a white man aged around 20s or 30s with blonde hair. He may have been spotted in a surveillance video walking into an Elliott...Read More



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