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Seattle Culinary Academy close to permanently shutting down

Over the next few days, leaders of Seattle Central College will decide the fate of a program that has been a part of the city's restaurant scene for more than 80 years. Seattle Culinary Academy, located on campus, has churned out many world-renowned chefs and culinary leaders over the years. But its fate as a program and school is numbered, primarily because of a lack of funding. → Read More

Washington's Black History inspires next generation

With history, there is always a starting point. → Read More

Closed for months due to pandemic, community staple West Seattle Bowl reopens to limited capacity

West Seattle Bowl reopens after being closed for months because of the pandemic. → Read More

Sequim COVID-19 vaccine site draws hundreds

A COVID-19 vaccine distribution event draws hundreds to Sequim. More expected over the coming days. → Read More

FAA plans to enforce stricter penalties including hefty fines, jail time for unruly passengers

On Wednesday, the FAA announced stiffer penalties and fines for unruly airline passengers. → Read More

FAA plans to enforce stricter penalties for unruly passengers

On Wednesday, the FAA announced stiffer penalties and fines for unruly airline passengers. → Read More

Some Washington long-term care facilities have yet to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Preparations are currently being made throughout Washington state for the latest phase in vaccine distribution, called phase 1b. However, some front-line healthcare workers are concerned that they have no idea when they'll get the vaccine in the state's current phase, 1a. → Read More

Cluster of earthquakes in Puget Sound considered 'normal', earthquake researchers say

Recent smaller earthquakes are being examined by researchers with the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network. → Read More

Hospitals prepare for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Hospitals throughout Puget Sound are preparing distribution plans for Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

60% of ballots received: Washington voter turnout surpassing election projections

On Thursday, Washington's Secretary of State's office announced that 60.8% of ballots have been received. → Read More

Washington state man arrested in N.C., accused of deadly threats against Joe Biden

Authorities in North Carolina arrested a Washington state man for allegedly making online threats against Joe Biden. His arrest also uncovered several guns, explosives, ammunition and child pornography images on computers and cell phones. → Read More

UW Medicine Researchers: COVID-19 vaccines show promise

We talk with a University of Washington School of Medicine microbiologist and Epidemilogist Professor about COVID-19 vaccine candidates. → Read More

State eases youth sports COVID restrictions, but don't expect it to be back to normal

State eases youth sports COVID restrictions, but don't expect it to be back to normal A UW doctor says it depends on what kind of sport and amount of close interaction should determine which youth sports should precede in resuming play this fall. SEATTLE - If you're a parent, there is a good chance that your kids are itching to play organized sports. Can't say that we blame them. Because of the… → Read More

Man accused of killing star Federal Way High School student-athlete faces judge

A promising and bright young man was tragically shot and killed while attending a birthday party in late September. On Friday, at the Pierce County Courthouse, his accused killer faced a judge for the first time. → Read More

University of Washington researchers starting clinical trial on Regeneron COVID treatment

It's a COVID-19 experimental treatment that's now in the headlines because of the President. But researchers at the University of Washington want to know more about it, and they're asking for your help. → Read More

New law allows cyclists to yield at stop signs

New law allows cyclists to yield at stop signs Starting on Thursday, cyclists around Washington state won't be required to come to a full-stop at a stop sign. SEATTLE - Starting on Thursday, cyclists around Washington state won't be required to come to a full-stop at a stop sign. Washington's 'Safety Stop' law is similar to what is commonly known as an 'Idaho Stop', after the law was passed in… → Read More

Mental health experts urge Washingtonians to seek help during this pivotal time

The pandemic, social unrest, job losses, and more recently the wildfires have the state's mental health experts on high alert. The stressors that are causing all of the mental anguish is unprecedented and it's concerning. → Read More

Restaurant and Bar owners urge Gov. Inslee to extend operating hours

When it comes to restaurants and bars in the region, in some cases it's getting close to closing time, permanently. In an effort to give restaurants a fighting chance, 130 restaurant and bar owners have signed onto a letter explaining why extending 'last call' is desperately needed. → Read More

Seattle small business owners want city leaders pledge of support

Seattle small business owners want city leaders pledge of support A letter sent to the Seattle City Council and Mayor Jenny Durkan aims to garner support and help for the city's struggling small businesses. SEATTLE - A letter sent to the Seattle City Council and Mayor Jenny Durkan aims to garner support and help for the city's struggling small businesses. A 23-page "pledge" was sent to the… → Read More

Officials concerned about wind at 70,000-acre Evans Canyon Wildfire

Fire officials are concerned about high winds in the forecast this weekend as more firefighters arrive to help contain the Evans Creek Fire burning near Yakima between Naches and Ellensburg. → Read More