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Collision blocks all lanes of northbound I-5 near Federal Way

Northbound I-5 has been closed at Federal Way for a multi-car collision.

SDOT director: Safety of Aurora Bridge should be data-driven

Improving safety on the Aurora Bridge shouldn't just be based on one crash that killed five people, according to the director of the Seattle Department of Transportation.

Seattle high school football player dies after game injury

A Seattle high school football player has died after spending the weekend in critical condition following a Friday game.

Long to-do list for Safeco Field in offseason

Safeco Field will be bustling long after the last Mariners fan lets go of a disappointing season.

Bellevue native gives ESPN's Mike Tirico an extra set of eyes for Monday Night Football

It might seem like ESPN's Monday Night Football play-by-play guy Mike Tirico knows and sees it all. But there's more than one set of eyes on the field.

'Significant amount of damage' caused by large fire in Puyallup

Active power lines are making it difficult for firefighters to battle a 2-alarm fire in a Puyallup commercial building.

KIRO Radio report sparks change in Vancouver Police Department

A recent report by KIRO Radio has led at least one police department to consider additional training for its officers.

Seahawks fans invited to first-ever pep rally on a ferry

Washington State Ferries is inviting Seahawks fans in blue and green to its first-ever pep rally on Monday.

Hall of famers highlight popular new Seahawks commercial

If you wanted to capture the true spirit of the Seahawks in one commercial, you'd of course have to have a massive 12th Man flag, Taima the hawk, a Hawks helmet car, a house painted entirely in team colors, and at least three Hall of Famers.

Kettle Falls Five sentenced for growing marijuana

The three remaining defendants in the case of the so-called Kettle Falls Five have been sentenced to federal prison for growing marijuana.

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