We'll get live updates from the scene of the bridge collapse in Skagit County from KUOW reporter Derek Wang.
In a major policy speech Thursday, President Obama defended his administration's use of unmanned drones, but vowed to scale back their use in the future. He also renewed efforts to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay. What are the unanswered questions about President Obama's counter-terrorism policy? What can we expect from the President moving forward?
The Seattle Mayor's race got a big shakeup recently when Tim Burgess abruptly dropped out of the contest. How will this affect the rest of the candidates? Who does it help and who does it hurt?
And on his first day on the job, interim Seattle Police Chief Jim Pugel made some changes to his staff. Does this signal more changes to come at the SPD?
The White House has received a lot of criticism this week over three issues that have gained national attention. A series of emails were released by the White House in relation to the Benghazi hearing. The IRS seems to have been targeting political leaning groups, in particular conservative ones, for audits. Journalists from the Associated Press had their phone records obtained by the government without their knowledge. How do these latest controversies effect the political climate in Washington D.C.?
Also, Washington Governor Jay Inslee has unveiled his top three budget priorities for the special session, the National Transportation Safety Board wants to lower the legal alcohol limit to 0.05, and 400 people showed up to a King County Council meeting this week to object to the potential cuts in bus service.
Mayor McGinn announced the guns the city collected in the gun buyback would be turned into peace plaques. However a majority of the guns have already been melted down into rebar. It turns out we will have to wait until the next gun buyback to get our plaques of peace.
The NBA is due to announce its final decision on the Sacramento Kings next week. David Stern has a chance to redeem himself in Seattle, however he probably won't.
The special legislative session starts Monday in Olympia and top of the priority list is the budget.
While it has only been a few months since the last presidential election, pundits already have an eye on every potential 2016 candidate. Chris Christie's weight loss surgery makes him a viable contender according to some. Washington state's former Governor Chris Gregoire was polled as a favorable 2016 contender — in Washington state that is.
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Seattle's hopes for an NBA team were all but crushed. Although it isn't official, the seven owners in the NBA's relocation committee unanimously voted to reject Chris Hansen's bid to move the Sacramento Kings to Seattle.
Another May Day has ended in tear gas, overshadowing a day of peaceful demonstrations.
The candidates for Seattle's mayoral race faced off for the first time and the Police Guild has reached a contract deal.
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