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Past articles by Jimmy:

Timeline: What it took to repair the West Seattle Bridge

From the initial closure to construction delays and major milestones, here’s a look back at what it took to repair the West Seattle Bridge. → Read More

Memorial Day traffic charts: Best and worst times to hit the road in western Washington

Traffic volumes are expected to be above average on western Washington highways over the Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

What to know before you go to the 2022 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

One of western Washington’s sure signs of spring is officially underway. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival runs through April 30. → Read More

Vaccination proof, masks required at Seahawks games, Sounders FC matches

Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC fans will need to wear a mask and prove they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter Lumen Field. → Read More

Peak bloom: A look at the 2021 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Visitors looking to and enjoy the picturesque fields of color at RoozenGaarde and Tulip Town are slowly running out of time to get their Instagram-worthy photo op. → Read More

Washington state issues advisory urging travelers to quarantine for 2 weeks

The governors of Washington, Oregon and California issued advisories urging anyone entering their states to quarantine for 14 days to slow the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Wolverines return to Mount Rainier National Park after 100-year absence

Scientists have discovered the first reproductive female wolverine and her two offspring in Mount Rainier National Park in over 100 years. → Read More

Wolverines return to Mount Rainier National Park after 100-year absence

Scientists recently discovered the first reproductive female wolverine and her two offspring in Mount Rainier National Park in over 100 years. → Read More

Judge allows Tim Eyman, Pierce County to join I-976 lawsuit

A King County judge is allowing Tim Eyman and Pierce County to join the lawsuit over the voter-approved $30 car-tab initiative. → Read More

Help Washington State Ferries track whales in Puget Sound with new app

A new app allows the public to help ferry captains more accurately pinpoint where orcas and other whales are in Puget Sound. → Read More

5 things to know about touring Navy ships during Seattle Fleet Week

Here’s what you need to know before taking a free tour of the Navy ships visiting Seattle for Seafair Fleet Week. → Read More

Photos: Blues fans at the Stanley Cup Championship Parade

Thousands of Blues fans packed downtown St. Louis Saturday for the Stanley Cup Championship parade. → Read More

Mount Rainier eruption would have little impact on Seattle compared to Orting, Puyallup

Volcano experts took to Reddit to answer questions about active volcanoes around the United States, including what might happen if Mount Rainier erupts. → Read More

Ferries’ haiku contest returns to Twitter this week

After receiving more than 500 entries last year, the Washington State Department of Transportation is bringing back their popular haiku contest to find a cover for the 2019 summer sailing schedule. → Read More

Tornado touches down near Port Orchard, no reports of injuries

Roofs were ripped off several homes Tuesday when a tornado touched down in Kitsap County. There have been no reports of injuries. → Read More

WATCH: Wild ferry ride across Puget Sound during Friday’s windstorm

Video captured waves crashing onto the deck of the Kingston – Edmonds ferry during Friday’s windstorm. → Read More

Chain-up on Snoqualmie Pass or pay $500 this winter

Washington State Patrol Troopers are keeping an eye out for drivers who don't pay attention to chain requirements on Snoqualmie Pass this winter. Ignoring the chain requirements could cost you $500. → Read More

These venomous spiders are found in Western Washington

There are dozens of different species of spiders that live in Washington, but how many of them are venomous? → Read More

6 children with polio-like illness in Washington state

Six Western Washington children are being evaluated for acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), a rare condition that affects a person's nervous system and can cause paralysis of limbs. → Read More

Crews test ventilation system in Seattle’s SR 99 tunnel

WSDOT began testing the ventilation system in the new State Route 99 tunnel in Seattle. → Read More