Immunization rates a concern amid measles outbreak

A KING 5 analysis found immunization completion rates in hundreds of Washington schools aren't high enough to protect many students in the event of an outbreak. Health officials have identified 23 confirmed cases of measles in southwest Washington since January 1. 

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More officers monitoring commute

Commuters dealt with the first real headache of the Seattle Squeeze on Tuesday since the viaduct closed for good. More officers will be patrolling for violations on Wednesday.

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Edgar Martinez voted into Hall of Fame

It was 10 years in the making, but Mariners legend Edgar Martinez will finally be in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Martinez received 85.4 percent of the vote, exceeding the 75 percent threshold necessary to make it in.

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Paine Field delays

Alaska Airlines is postponing the start of service out of Everett's Paine Field by nearly a month due to the government shutdown. Originally scheduled to begin service Feb. 11, Alaska Airlines won't start flying until March.

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Auburn family hacked

A family in South King County says hackers gained control of their Nest home security camera and verbally assaulted a mom and her two young children.

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