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Costly legislative campaign heats up in 35th District
The Navy is being asked to explain how two additional types of radioactive material have been discovered at a Seattle park. The Navy is already in the process of cleaning up material at its former Sand Point Naval Base. Gary Chittim reports.
A Tacoma woman is accused of trying to set a library on fire. It happened on a busy Saturday at the Tacoma Main Library, forcing about 250 people to evacuate. Janet Kim reports.
A boy is accused of threatening to slash the throat of a classmate on a school bus. Witnesses say that boy was armed with a knife and is only in the third grade. Parents want to know why the student is back in the same classroom as the victim. Eric
On Tuesday, a Bothell firefighter will board a plane to West Africa, specifically Sierra Leone. Kelly Melton will be there for a month, to help set up clinics for Ebola patients. Elisa Hahn catches up to her at her final training session in Bremerto
Digging of the rescue shaft to repair Bertha the tunneling machine has finally started. Under a revised schedule, October was to have been the month to pull Bertha's damaged head to the surface and repair seals and bearings. Glenn Farley looks at B
A former substitute teacher from Woodinville was charged with three counts of possession of child pornography. Investigators are now trying to determine if he sexually abused children. Ted Land reports.