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  • Statewide Holiday DUI Patrols Include 120 Agencies
    Statewide Holiday DUI Patrols Include 120 Agencies

    There are 120 police agencies around Washington state committed to making sure residents who drive drunk are arrested and successfully prosecuted. The Washington Traffic Safety Commission is funding a ...

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  • Washington State Patrol Puts More Emphasis on High Drivers
    Washington State Patrol Puts More Emphasis on High Drivers

    Since the legalization of marijuana, Washington State Patrol troopers are finding themselves screening drives for signs of drug impairment. Although they have always looked for signs of drug ...

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  • Plan Ahead for Thanksgiving Travel
    Plan Ahead for Thanksgiving Travel

    Patience and planning will come in handy this Thanksgiving week if you’re among the estimated 900,000 Washington residents traveling, or the 600,000 people expected to pass through Seattle-Tacoma ...

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  • Heavy Snow and Spinouts Make Mess on I-90 Through Snoqualmie Pass
    Heavy Snow and Spinouts Make Mess on I-90 Through Snoqualmie Pass

    The season’s first big snowfall has come to Snoqualmie Pass, and it is causing quite the mess. According to Komo News, several spinouts forced DOT officials to close I-90 from milepost 47 on the west ...

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  • Man Hit by Car in West Seattle Dies from Injuries
    Man Hit by Car in West Seattle Dies from Injuries

    According to King 5, a pedestrian who was struck by a car in the Delridge neighborhood of West Seattle Thursday November 20th has died from his injuries. Seattle police said that the 52-year-old man ...

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  • 86-year-old Wrong-Way Driver on I-5 Causes Crash, Arrested for DUI
    86-year-old Wrong-Way Driver on I-5 Causes Crash, Arrested for DUI

    According to Q-13 Fox News, an 86-year-old wrong-way driver accused of causing a three-vehicle accident on southbound I-5 near the Tacoma Dome Monday night was arrested for DUI . The collision closed ...

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