Washington State


Man Burning American Flag Blanket Starts Wildfire

A man in the state of Washington who burned an American flag blanket over the Memorial Day weekend ended up starting a five-acre wildfire, according to local authorities.


Transgender, Business Try To Block Bathroom Privacy Ballot

A Washington State mom gathering ballot-certification signatures to regain sexual privacy for women in public bathrooms and showers, despite a wave of hate, workplace pressure and stigma from the entire progressive and pro-transgender establishment of Washington State.

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Several States Sue Trump Over New Immigration Executive Order

Four Democrat-led states are currently suing President Donald Trump over Executive Order 13780, temporarily restricting immigration from seven terror-prone nations, and that number of states will likely grow in the next few days. At least one of these legal challenges appears headed for the Supreme Court.

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Couple Calls It Quits Over President Trump

One couple has called it quits after 22 years of marriage because the husband supported President Trump and the wife did not approve, calling it a real “deal-breaker.”

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Thousands of Seattle Teachers Wear Black Lives Matter T-Shirts

Thousands of teachers across Seattle plan to wear Black Lives Matter T-shirts to school Wednesday as part of an organized effort to teach curriculum and support student activism related to closing the opportunity gap between different races, KIRO reports.

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Washington State Rep Fights Campus Crazies With ‘Academic Freedom Bill’

As campus crazies erode free speech, intimidate professors, and push radical progressive talking points on students, one state representative is fighting back. Matt Manweller, representative for Washington’s 13th District, will introduce an “Academic Bill of Rights” to the state legislature in January, to roll

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Three More Firefighters Die Fighting Blazes in West

Three firefighters died last week fighting in the Methow River Valley roughly 100 miles northeast of Seattle when their fire engine crashed, leaving them at the mercy of the fire.


Washington: Student-Athlete Stars at 3 Colleges, Prep QB Top List

After skipping the NBA draft for a shot at the Final Four, All-American Kyle Wiltjer remains as the established top player on the top team in the state (Gonzaga). Taelor Ross, the sister of Terrence Ross of the Toronto Raptors, and her Seattle team enter this season as the player and team with the most to prove.

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First Person Dies From Measles in 12 years

Officials confirmed that a woman killed by measles in Washington State this spring had been vaccinated as a child but a combination of health problems, a depressed immune system and being on medication that interfered with her response to an infection left her unprotected from the deadly disease.