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Past articles by Ranji:

Global glass shortage hits Washington winemakers

A glass bottle shortage has winemakers worried and could make the bottle you buy in the future cost more. → Read More

Seattle Convention Center doubles in capacity as new $2B addition finally opens

A few delays and billions of dollars later, Seattle’s gigantic new convention center addition is finally opening. → Read More

Pierce County ambulance service announces layoffs

Pierce County could soon lose an entire ambulance service to job cuts. → Read More

Several local firms taking part in Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

After a hiatus of several years due to COVID-19, the Consumer Electronics Show is back once again in Las Vegas. → Read More

Aerospace company with Redmond office selling for nearly $5B

NASA relies on many different companies to help build its space exploration missions, but one company with ties to Western Washington often plays a key role → Read More

Being part of toy drive is ‘something to be very proud of’

The U.S. Marine Corps is marking 75 years of the tradition of trying to get toys to families in need. → Read More

Orion space capsule passes within 80 miles of Moon’s surface

It’s the first time a space capsule has visited the Moon since the Apollo program 50 years ago. → Read More

Washington companies play key role in Artemis I rocket launch

There are 42 companies with ties to Washington that are helping the Artemis mission. → Read More

Using technology to curb catalytic converter thefts

Technology is being used to curb the tampering and theft of catalytic converters from vehicles. → Read More

Boeing execs try to calm investors after multi-billion dollar loss

Boeing posted a multi-billion dollar loss in the third quarter of this year. Now, the company is trying to rebound and move back into positive territory. → Read More

Parking prices go up in some parts of Seattle

Some of the highest rates could be paid in Fremont, Belltown and the Denny Triangle. → Read More

Two children in Washington come down with monkey pox as cases climb across country

The CDC and the Washington Department of Health have tallied nearly 400 cases in Washington. → Read More

Tens of thousands expected to attend Emerald City Comic Con

Organizers anticipate that about 65,000 people will attend. → Read More

Parents in Snoqualmie Valley School District rally to reopen schools

SNOQUALMIE VALLEY, Wash. — Parents in the Snoqualmie Valley School District rallied Monday, urging the district to reopen schools and start in-person learning. With the new year, many parents want their kids back in the classroom as soon as possible. “We’ve been able to open a lot of things, get a lot of businesses going again; my kids can go down to the mall and hang out, but they can’t get an… → Read More

Service dog vests sold at Washington State Fair stirring controversy

A booth at the Washington State Fair is being blasted on social media for selling vests for service dogs. → Read More

Issaquah student launches online education business from high school

A local high school student has taken his school project to heights he never imagined. → Read More

Issaquah student launches online education business from high school

A local high school student has taken his school project to heights he never imagined. → Read More

More airlines outside US ground Boeing 737 Max 8 following Ethiopian Airlines crash

The investigation into the deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner continues to evolve, with the airline's CEO telling CNN that the pilots on the flight had informed air traffic control they were having flight control problems before going down. → Read More

Seattle Homeless Sweep targets area near SR 509, 1st Ave. S

Dozens of people were told by the city of Seattle to leave a series of homeless camps near the intersection of 1st Ave. S and SW Kenyon in Seattle early Friday morning. It was the latest in a series of sweeps being done by the city as it tries to tackle the homeless crisis. → Read More

Issaquah School District staff members will hold strike vote Tuesday night

At 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, hundreds of staff members at Issaquah School District will consider whether to leave their posts and head to the picket lines. → Read More