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Misty Upham: Juliette Lewis Claims Django Unchained Actress 'Feared She Could Be Murdered'
Seattle, Washington
Actress Juliette Lewis has revealed that her friend and co-star Misty Upham 'feared she could be murdered'.
October 20 2014
Prosecutor wants 10 years in prison for Pistorius
Seattle, Washington
The chief prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius trial urged the judge on Friday to send the Olympic athlete to prison for at least 10 years, calling it the minimum acceptable term and noting the horrific nature of the shooting...
October 20 2014
Yakima Valley hospitals recognized for improving safety
Washington
Sat, 18 Oct 2014 09:01:16 GMT Yakima Herald-Republic SEATTLE — Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital and Sunnyside Community Hospital have been recognized for outstanding achievement in improving patient safety at the 82nd annual meeting of the Washington State Hospital Association in Seattle. The hospitals were...
October 18 2014
Judge denies order for mentally ill in jails
Seattle, Washington
A federal judge said Wednesday she has serious constitutional concerns about the way the state handles mentally ill people waiting in jails for competency evaluations and treatment, but she denied a temporary restraining order, saying she needs more information before making changes to Washington's mental health system.
October 16 2014
The Search for the Killer of Tom Wales Goes On
Seattle, Washington
Thirteen years ago, a federal prosecutor was murdered in the line of duty. His friends and colleagues continue a campaign to bring the killer to justice.
October 14 2014
Yesler Way shooting suspect charged with 1st-degree murder
Seattle, Washington
A 19-year-old man suspected of shooting an unarmed victim at a busy downtown Seattle intersection two weeks ago was charged Thursday with first-degree murder.
October 14 2014
Pedestrian hit by deputy’s car remains in serious condition
Washington
LAKE STEVENS — A pedestrian injured when he was struck by a Snohomish County patrol car near Lake Stevens early Saturday morning remained in serious condition Monday at a Seattle hospital.
October 14 2014
What my grandmother's murder taught me about juvenile 'justice'
Washington
Guest Opinion: True justice for juveniles asks us to do more than just build a bigger and better jail in Seattle's Central District.
October 10 2014
Serious respiratory illness has arrived in Seattle
Washington
A King County child and a second children from Snohomish County who were treated at Seattle Children's Hospital have the disease. That has been confirmed by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, Public Health -- Seattle & King County and Seattle Children's announced Friday.
October 10 2014
‘How To Get Away With Murder’ and how it stacks up to other Shondaland shows
Seattle, Washington
Shonda Rhimes may not have created this new drama, but it certainly shares lots of DNA with her hits "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal."
October 06 2014
Coalition of Health Care Providers Debuts High-Value Network
Washington
SEATTLE, Sept. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A coalition of the Puget Sound region's leading hospitals, clinics and physician groups announced today that they have formed a new health care network that provides ...
October 04 2014
New report on hospital sticker prices reveals tremendous variation among hospitals for similar proc
Washington
SEATTLE, Oct. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Washington Health Alliance (the Alliance) announced today the publication of a new report that details tremendous variation in billing prices for common procedures among hospitals in Washington. The analysis, Hospital sticker shock: A report on hospital price variation in Washington state, finds that price variations from 200% to 400% and more ...
October 03 2014
E.coli kills two girls in U.S. Pacific Northwest, boy hospitalized
Washington
By Victoria Cavaliere SEATTLE (Reuters) - Two young girls have died and a boy was hospitalized in critical condition in the Pacific Northwest on Wednesday after becoming infected with E.coli in two separate incidents, health officials said. Investigations have been launched into the source and strain of the bacteria that killed a 3-year-old girl in Lynden, Washington, and a 4-year-old girl ...
October 02 2014
First statewide report in nation to measure Choosing Wisely® recommendations finds overuse and wid
Washington
SEATTLE, Sept. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The first statewide report in the nation to measure Choosing Wisely® recommendations finds that patients in Washington may be exposed to care that they don't need—and potential harm. The report, Less Waste, Less Harm: Choosing Wisely in Washington State, offers county-by-county results for nine different Choosing Wisely recommendations.The ...
October 02 2014
Washington killer faces murder charge in New Mexico cold case
Washington
A New Mexico man who has been in a Washington prison since pleading guilty in 2003 to killing a Seattle woman 20 years earlier is now back in his home state, accused of first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a young woman in Alburquerque in 1991.
September 29 2014
First cases of severe respiratory illness may be in WA state
Washington
GRANT COUNTY, Wash. - WA State & local Public Health officials are working with Seattle Children's Hospital to investigate a group of patients with a severe respiratory illness who tested positive for enterovirus infection. One patient is a child from Grant County who tested positive for either enterovirus or rhinovirus. The test used does not distinguish between the two.
September 21 2014
Sammamish murder suspects remain held in B.C.
Seattle, Washington
Two men are held in British Columbia in connection with the slaying of a man found in his Sammamish home.
September 18 2014
Police: Seattle man’s U.S. foreign policy hatred motivated killing of UR student, others
Seattle, Washington
Brown confessed, according to court documents, telling investigators he strictly follows the Muslim faith and had become angry with what he believed the U.S. was doing abroad.
September 18 2014
Carnation defendant incompetent to stand trial, psychologist testifies
Seattle, Washington
A psychologist retained by the defense testified that Michele Anderson suffers from profound mental illnesses but is able to feign competency for brief times. He said she is motivated by desire to to be put to death for her alleged crimes.
September 18 2014
Suspect In Turah Robbery And Attempted Murder Pleads Not Guilty
Seattle, Washington
An accomplice suspected in a robbery and attempted murder near Turah pleads not guilty.
September 18 2014
Washington residents get more insurance choices
Washington
SEATTLE (AP) — People who buy their own health insurance through the state's health exchange, Washington Healthplanfinder, will have more choices next year and will only see a small change in rates.
September 18 2014
The Skanner Newspaper - Investigations Underway to See if Disease Sickening Children Has Reached Se
Oklahoma
Seattle Children’s Hospital is working with Washington public health officials to investigate whether a group of patients with severe respiratory symptoms, could be battling the same disease that has sickened hundreds of children in the Midwest.
September 15 2014
Was student's brutal murder of Brendan Tevlin an act of domestic terrorism?
Seattle, Washington
Ali Muhammad Brown, 29, accused of killing 19-year-old college student Brendan Tevlin in New Jersey in June, allegedly told police he was seeking retribution against the US for its military action in the Middle East.
September 13 2014
'Uncommon' respiratory illness suspected in Washington state kids
Kansas
Public health officials in King County are investigating whether a cluster of patients at Seattle Children's Hospital have a severe respiratory illness that has sickened hundreds of children nationwide.
September 12 2014
Gang member convicted of 2008 slaying at Garfield High School
Washington
A South Seattle gang member who fatally shot a teenager at Garfield Hig School in a revenge slaying has been found guilty of first-degree murder with a firearm and attempted first-degree murder with a firearm.
September 11 2014
'Unwarranted': Missouri Cops Arrest Journalists Amid Turmoil
Seattle, Washington
Law enforcement officers reportedly used tear gas in another night of unrest in the St. Louis suburb where an unarmed teen was killed this week.
September 11 2014
Showdown: Missouri Police Confront Protesters
Seattle, Washington
Law enforcement officers reportedly used tear gas in another night of unrest in the St. Louis suburb where an unarmed teen was killed this week.
September 11 2014
Killer gets 59 years in 2008 gang slaying near Garfield High
Seattle, Washington
D’Angelo Saloy, a member of a South Seattle gang, was sentenced to 59 years in prison Wednesday for the Halloween 2008 fatal shooting of 15-year-old Quincy Coleman behind Garfield High School. Unremorseful throughout his trial, Saloy said he is “guilty of nothing.”
September 11 2014
Man charged in 1991 slaying in ABQ
Seattle, Washington
Suspect serving time for murder in Wash.
September 10 2014
59-year sentence for 2008 gang murder at Garfield High School
Seattle, Washington
A South Seattle gang member who fatally shot a teenager at Garfield High School in 2008 was sentenced Wednesday morning to 59 years in prison.
September 10 2014
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