Boeing's 737 MAX planes that were grounded following two crashes within less than five months will be among the safest to fly when they return to service, a company test pilot said in a video published Thursday. Read more.
Ride the Ducks Seattle is suing its parent company, saying the company knew about a defect in their amphibious vehicles but didn’t disclose it, which ultimately led to the deadly crash on the Aurora Bridge in 2015. The lawsuit claims Ride the Ducks International knew about the problem to the front axle housing on their Stretch Ducks but sold the vehicles to purchasers anyway. Read more
Nearly 100 Issaquah students who took the College Board Advanced Placement exams last school year were shocked to learn that some of their classmates didn't get their scores. The Issaquah School District said the College Board got the tests, but somehow parts of the exam got lost after they arrived. Read more
The City of Kirkland is taking a proactive approach to protecting students with a speed camera pilot program. Cameras have been placed in school zones near Rose Hill Elementary, John Muir Elementary, and Kamiakin Middle School. Read more
The Skyride at the Washington State Fair is not the oldest or scariest fair attraction, but it does have the most historical significance. The Skyride first debuted at the World’s Fair in Seattle in 1962. The ride even appeared in an Elvis Presley movie. Now, it’s in Puyallup where fairgoers can enjoy the piece of history for just $6. Read more
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