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Pig Headed to Auction Jumps Onto Busy Washington Interstate
Pig Headed to Auction Jumps Onto Busy Washington Interstate
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. (AP) — Washington State Highway Patrol says a large pig headed to auction jumped from a trailer on Interstate 5 near Federal Way on Saturday morning. Trooper Rick Johnson says the pig made the leap at about 10 a.m. and passers-by stopped and herded the pig through an opening in barriers along the interstate so it wouldn't walk into traffic...
Travel to Seattle? I-90 to Close During Blue Angels Practices, Shows
Travel to Seattle? I-90 to Close During Blue Angels Practices, Shows
SEATTLE (AP) — The Interstate 90 floating bridge across Seattle's Lake Washington will be closed at various times starting Thursday as the U.S. Navy Blue Angels take to the sky. The Washington Department of Transportation says the bridge will be closed to traffic during practices Thursday and Friday and during the Seafair Air Show on Saturday and Sunday...
Washington DOT Highway 97 Project Completion Pushed Back to Fall 2013
Washington DOT Highway 97 Project Completion Pushed Back to Fall 2013
Earlier this year, The Washington State Department of Transportation began replacing the Satus Creek Bridge and realigning US 97. The construction brought immediate delays to  anyone traveling in this area. The $12 million project was planned for completion this fall, but in the aftermath of cold and icy weather, the Washington State Department of Transportation has delayed the project through the
WSDOT Starts Work On I-90
WSDOT Starts Work On I-90
Crews will continue to chip away at the rock slopes along Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass with more rock blasting this week. Drivers should plan for an hour of added travel time. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and contractor crews will close I-90 in both directions from Hyak (milepost 54) to the Price Creek Sno-Park (milepost 61) from 7 p...
Interstate 90 Roadwork To Resume
Interstate 90 Roadwork To Resume
After a long winter break, construction is getting ready to resume on two major Interstate 90 projects east of Snoqualmie Pass. And that means drivers who cross the pass should prepare for construction related closures and delays. The Washington State Department of Transportation and ICON Materials started work Monday on the $19...