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            Inslee Orders School Closures In 3 Counties Until April 27

            Under Inslee's order, all public and private schools must close in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties, amid a growing coronavirus outbreak.


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            King County Halts Metro Fare Enforcement During COVID-19 Outbreak

            King County Metro said it has temporarily stopped all in-person fare enforcement while the region works to contain the virus's spread.


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            Canlis To Close Monday, Open Burger Drive-Thru, Start Deliveries

            "Fine dining is not what Seattle needs right now," the James Beard award-winning restaurant wrote in a social media post.


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            After Events Ban, Seattle Symphony Takes Performances Online

            The symphony said it will share several concerts via free online streams in the weeks ahead, in lieu of public gatherings.


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            Car Tab Measure: Judge Rules In Favor Of Initiative 976

            A King County judge said a majority of the voter-approved measure should be allowed to take effect. A final hearing is scheduled March 27.


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            Some Starbucks Stores May Go Drive-Thru Only

            The Seattle-based coffee giant said decisions will be made on a store-by-store basis as the coronavirus outbreak situation evolves.


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            Coronavirus-Response Fund Zooms To $9M In 3 Days In Puget Sound

            Launched by the Seattle Foundation, the COVID-19 Response Fund aims to get resources to the front lines in the virus battle.


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            Several Schools Close, Events Canceled After Inslee Order

            Seattle Public Schools with 53,000 students, and Northshore Public School District with 22,000 students, closed Thursday.


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            Pac-12 Cancels Tournament, All Events Until Further Notice

            The Pac-12 Conference, which includes the Huskies and Cougars, has canceled the rest of its men's basketball tournament.


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            Seattle’s New Baby Gorilla: Must-See Photos Of Precious Bond

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            Washington Bans Large Gatherings, Events To Slow Coronavirus

            Under Inslee's order, gatherings of more than 250 people, including concerts, conventions and church services, are banned in three counties.


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            Biden Pulls Ahead Of Sanders After Second Washington Ballot Count

            The top Democratic candidates were separated by less than two points after updated totals were released Wednesday afternoon.


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            Woodland Park Zoo To Close Until March 31, After Governor's Order

            Citing Gov. Jay Inslee's directive on large public gatherings, the Seattle zoo announced it will temporarily close Thursday.


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            Seattle Public Schools To Close Due To Coronavirus

            All Seattle Public Schools will close for at least two weeks in an effort to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, the district announced.


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            Kshama Sawant Calls For Eviction Ban During Coronavirus Outbreak

            Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant asked Mayor Jenny Durkan to ban evictions and foreclosures amid the region's coronavirus downturn.


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            Cruise Season Postponed By Port Of Seattle, Due To Coronavirus

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            The Stadium Tour, The Book Of Mormon & More Coming Soon Near Seattle

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            Research Advances: Mobilized Stem Cells vs Bone Marrow Stem Cells

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            Destry Witt on How Much to Save Each Month for Retirement

            Destry Witt of Vancouver, WA addresses how much individuals should try to save on a monthly basis in order to have a healthy retirement.


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            Celebrating a Decade of Generosity and Saving Lives

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            Washington Earns Mixed Grades in Tobacco Control Report

            American Lung Association calls on state officials to clear the market of flavors and support cessation services to save lives


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            Profiling the TCR Beta Repertoire in NSCLC Donors

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            Destry Witt of Washington on Modern Retirement Trends

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            Report Finds that Lung Cancer Survival Rates Continue to Improve

            Second annual report from American Lung Association explores how states can act to save more lives, support patients and families


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            Destry Witt on Top Industries for Entrepreneurs

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            Destry Witt on Retirement Planning for Millennials

            Destry Witt of Washington provides some insight into how Millennials can begin preparing for their retirement.


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            Here are 5 Questions to Help You Choose a Medicare Plan

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