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Seattle Police Department

Seattle police will soon have new uniforms and a pilot project on body cameras is about to begin.

The two-tone light and dark blue uniform will be replaced with a solid dark blue outfit, which will also bear an updated patch.

Aaron Brethorst

A storm packing strong winds has knocked out power to more than 150,000 customers in western Washington.

A tree that fell on a southwest Washington home injured one man Thursday. Rough seas on the coast destroyed a third vacation house at a spot known as Washaway Beach.

Ted S. Warren / AP Photo

A state review of logging near the deadly March landslide in Oso has found that a timber company logged one acre more than was allowed under a 2004 permit, but the report was inconclusive on whether logging strayed into a more restrictive area.

Charlie Riedel / AP Photo

Federal officials have arrested a Washington state man for allegedly posting Internet threats to kill the police officer who shot and killed a black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri.

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A report by federal accident investigators points to a manufacturing defect as the likely cause of an internal short circuit that led to a battery fire in a Boeing 787 airliner parked at Boston's airport last year.

Ted S. Warren / AP Photo

Demonstrations continued Tuesday in Seattle as students and others took to the streets to protest the grand jury decision in Missouri not to indict a Ferguson police officer.

Jim Bourg / AP Photo/Pool

Spurning furious Republicans, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation and refocus enforcement efforts on "felons, not families."

Elaine Thompson / AP Photo

Gov. Jay Inslee has challenged two Republican senators to "do more than just criticize and mischaracterize actions" being considered to reduce carbon pollution.

Elizabeth Cherny-Chipman / AP Photo/Oregon State University

Scientists have isolated a virus they are pretty sure is causing the mysterious disease that has killed millions of sea stars on the Pacific Coast by melting them into slime and piles of tiny bones.

The study published Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says a variety of densovirus is the likely cause of sea star wasting syndrome.

Elaine Thompson / AP Photo

Washington's health care exchange will likely be off line until Sunday morning.

The site was working for the first few hours of open enrollment Saturday, until a problem with tax credit calculations was discovered.

Wong Maye-E / AP Photo

The Lynnwood, Washington man imprisoned in North Korea for "anti-state" crimes two years has been freed. 

U.S. officials say American Kenneth Bae and was released Saturday, as was Matthew Miller. Both are on their way home.

Elaine Thompson / AP Photo

Another of the teenagers wounded in a Washington state high school shooting has died, raising to five the number of fatalities after a student opened fire in the cafeteria two weeks ago.

Officials at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle said 15-year-old Andrew Fryberg died Friday evening.

Secretary of State's Office

After a second day of vote counting, an initiative that would limit class sizes in Washington state is still virtually tied.

The measure is passing in some of the state's largest counties, including King and Pierce counties, but it is failing in most other places.

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Voters have returned Democratic U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen to Congress.

Larsen defeated Republican B.J. Guillot on Tuesday to represent the 2nd Congressional District.

Elaine Thompson / AP Photo

Four incumbent state Supreme Court justices have been re-elected.

Justice Mary Yu ran unopposed to fill out the two years remaining in the term of retired Justice James Johnson. Yu is a former King County Superior Court judge who was appointed to the high court by Gov. Jay Inslee In May. Yu is the first openly gay justice, as well as the first Asian American, to serve on the Supreme Court.

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