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Denver Post
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" law
Denver Post / Posted 3 hours ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Wash., has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require wages... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Governments struggle to enforce “living wage” lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce “living wage” laws
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 5 hours ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation’s first city to require... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Highway 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct closure, day 1: What you need to know to help you get aroundis reporting that while Friday is typically a light traffic morning, volumes ar
Highway 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct closure, day 1: What you need to know to help you get around
The Seattle Times / Posted yesterday
is reporting that while Friday is typically a light traffic morning, volumes are heavier than usual today. A trip from SeaTac to Seattle is 30 minutes, about twice as long as it takes when driving the speed limit in no traffic. West Seattle... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
WGN Investigates The Boeing Papers: How safe is the air up there?have blurry vision. And, I struggle with memory problems, really bad difficulty
WGN Investigates The Boeing Papers: How safe is the air up there?
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 2 days ago
have blurry vision. And, I struggle with memory problems, really bad difficulty concentrating.” Her story started at the SeaTac Airport in Washington state on a round-trip flight on Alaska Air between Seattle and Austin flying on new Boeing plane... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
TSA FOIA request five years too late2 News was looking for all investigative and incident reports involving wrongdo
TSA FOIA request five years too late
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 2 days ago
2 News was looking for all investigative and incident reports involving wrongdoing by TSA employees both at Spokane and SeaTac International Airports, along with termination letters for TSA employees at the same locations from 2005 to present.... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
American Airlines flight returns to SeaTac after reported bird strikeSEATTLE -- American Airlines flight 2310 returned to SeaTac International Airpo
American Airlines flight returns to SeaTac after reported bird strike
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 2 days ago
SEATTLE -- American Airlines flight 2310 returned to SeaTac International Airport on Wednesday afternoon after a reported bird strike. The Airbus was headed for Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. Sea-Tac Airport officials said in a tweet that... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Airplane returns to airport after damaging bird strikeabout 30 minutes after taking off. In a statement, American Airlines said, "Am
Airplane returns to airport after damaging bird strike
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 2 days ago
about 30 minutes after taking off. In a statement, American Airlines said, "American Airlines 2310, from Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), returned to SeaTac due to a bird strike, which struck the nose of the aircraft. The... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
American Airlines flight returns to SeaTac after reported bird strikeSEATTLE -- American Airlines flight 2310 returned to SeaTac International Airpo
American Airlines flight returns to SeaTac after reported bird strike
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 2 days ago
SEATTLE -- American Airlines flight 2310 returned to SeaTac International Airport on Wednesday afternoon after a reported bird strike. The Airbus was headed for Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. Sea-Tac Airport officials said in a tweet that... Read more
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Daily Mirror
American Airlines plane left with massive dent after being struck by birda statement, American Airlines said: "American Airlines 2310, from Seattle-Taco
American Airlines plane left with massive dent after being struck by bird
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
a statement, American Airlines said: "American Airlines 2310, from Seattle-Tacoma to Dallas/Fort Worth, returned to SeaTac due to a bird strike, which struck the nose of the aircraft. American Airlines plane left with massive dent in nose... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Columbia Hospitality Adds Palm Mountain Resort & Spa To Portfoliointerests in the Pacific Northwest and California. Other recent acquisitions fo
Columbia Hospitality Adds Palm Mountain Resort & Spa To Portfolio
Hospitality Net / Posted 2 days ago
interests in the Pacific Northwest and California. Other recent acquisitions for Wright Hotels include Cedarbrook Lodge in SeaTac, Wash., and Semiahmoo Resort located in Blaine, Wash. About Palm Mountain Resort & Spa Palm Mountain Resort & Spa is... Read more
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WWAY 3 Wilmington
American Airlines aircraft returns to airport after bird strikeabout 30 minutes after taking off. In a statement, American Airlines said, “Am
American Airlines aircraft returns to airport after bird strike
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted 3 days ago
about 30 minutes after taking off. In a statement, American Airlines said, “American Airlines 2310, from Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), returned to SeaTac due to a bird strike, which struck the nose of the aircraft. The... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
How big was that bird? Large dent left in nose of American Airlines plane after bird strikeSEATAC, Wash. — American Airlines Flight 2310, en route from Seattle to Dallas/
How big was that bird? Large dent left in nose of American Airlines plane after bird strike
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 3 days ago
SEATAC, Wash. — American Airlines Flight 2310, en route from Seattle to Dallas/Fort Worth, on Wednesday was forced to return to Sea-Tac International Airport after a bird strike on takeoff, the airline said. An American Airlines spokesman said the... Read more
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ABC News
American Airlines Aircraft Returns to Airport After Bird Strikereturned to Sea-Tac, landed safety. In a statement, American Airlines said, "A
American Airlines Aircraft Returns to Airport After Bird Strike
ABC News / Posted 3 days ago
returned to Sea-Tac, landed safety. In a statement, American Airlines said, "American Airlines 2310, from Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), returned to SeaTac due to a bird strike, which struck the nose of the aircraft. The... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
American Airlines flight returns to SeaTac after reported bird strikeSEATTLE -- American Airlines flight 2310 returned to SeaTac International Airpo
American Airlines flight returns to SeaTac after reported bird strike
KING5 Seattle / Posted 3 days ago
SEATTLE -- American Airlines flight 2310 returned to SeaTac International Airport on Wednesday afternoon after a reported bird strike. The Airbus was headed for Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. It is unknown if there was any damage or... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Governments struggle to enforce ‘living wage’ lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce ‘living wage’ laws
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation’s first city to require... Read more
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The Seattle Times
How to get around without the viaductusually fill by 6:30 a.m., so riders should be dropped off, or use RapidRide bu
How to get around without the viaduct
The Seattle Times / Posted 4 days ago
usually fill by 6:30 a.m., so riders should be dropped off, or use RapidRide buses to reach that station or the nearby SeaTac/Airport Station. Some of the 62 off-site park-and-ride stalls may be open at SeaTac Center Garage, across the... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
Naples Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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Daily Herald
Governments struggle to enforceOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce
Daily Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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ABC News
Governments Struggle to Enforce "Living Wage" LawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments Struggle to Enforce "Living Wage" Laws
ABC News / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KTVN Reno / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
The Record Searchlight / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KWWL Iowa / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KHQ Spokane / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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ABC Montana
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawsOthers deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require th
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" laws
ABC Montana / Posted 4 days ago
Others deliberately underestimate the hours their employees work, or require them to work unpaid and off-the-clock. Tiny SeaTac, Washington, has effectively outsourced enforcement to the courts since it became the nation's first city to require... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Man arrested after allegedly taking pictures of 8-old in Sea-Tac bathroomSEATAC – A 34-year-old man was arrested Friday after a father accused him of ta
Man arrested after allegedly taking pictures of 8-old in Sea-Tac bathroom
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 5 days ago
SEATAC – A 34-year-old man was arrested Friday after a father accused him of taking pictures of his son in a bathroom at Sea-Tac Airport. According to probable cause documents released by Port of Seattle police, the father was waiting for his... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Lack of jurors delays trial for ex-lawmaker accused of slapping boy on busCity Council member Jeanette Burrage was postponed Monday after an insufficient
Lack of jurors delays trial for ex-lawmaker accused of slapping boy on bus
The Seattle Times / Posted 5 days ago
City Council member Jeanette Burrage was postponed Monday after an insufficient number of people showed up for jury duty. SeaTac Municipal Court Administrator Gail Cannon said the city had sent out jury summons for 150 potential jurors for court... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Police: Man taking photos of boy in Sea-Tac bathroom arrestedSEATAC, Wash. – A man was arrested Friday after allegedly taking photos of a bo
Police: Man taking photos of boy in Sea-Tac bathroom arrested
KING5 Seattle / Posted 7 days ago
SEATAC, Wash. – A man was arrested Friday after allegedly taking photos of a boy in a Sea-Tac Airport restroom. The airport says a father saw the man, in his mid-40s, taking the photo of his son in a bathroom stall. The father called Port of Seattle... Read more
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The Seattle Times
25-year wait for Sound Transit to finish light rail? Here’s whyplanning. The north line’s aerial trackway is straightforward to engineer and b
25-year wait for Sound Transit to finish light rail? Here’s why
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
planning. The north line’s aerial trackway is straightforward to engineer and build, Roberts said, as proven at Tukwila and SeaTac. “We know how to do this stuff and we have a team assembled to do it. We are going to figure it out,” he said. Over... Read more
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