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Hundreds gather in Wenatchee to honor fallen firefighters

Hundreds of colleagues and loved ones gathered to honor three firefighters who died fighting wildfires in Eastern Washington this season.

Crews restoring power, cleaning up after deadly windstorm

Two people have been reported dead as a result of a wind storm ripping across the Puget Sound region Saturday.

Seattle police arrest suspect in downtown tourist attack

Seattle police have arrested a 17-year-old boy in connection with a robbery outside the downtown bus tunnel on Monday. The robbery escalated and three tourists were attacked.

Famous Tacoma stadium closed for sinkholes

Tacoma's Stadium Bowl has been shut down due to a series of sinkholes marring the sports field.

Large brush fire threatens IKEA distribution center

A large brush fire that was quickly approaching the IKEA distribution center in the Spanaway-Frederickson area is under control.

12,000 gallons of raw sewage spill into Lake Washington near Seward Park

The City of Seattle is investigating why 12,000 gallons of untreated sewage spilled into Lake Washington near Seward Park.

Woman killed in crash on I-5 after driver gets cut off

A woman died after the vehicle she was riding in was T-boned on northbound I-5 Thursday afternoon.

Seattle teachers 'are willing to do what it takes'

The big question now is: are Seattle teachers going to strike?

Rob McKenna: Remarkable how little changes after tragic shootings

Despite such passion over the issue of gun control and rights, former state Attorney General Rob McKenna says it's unfortunate how politics often slow any progress.

It's not what you say, but how you dress for Marshawn Lynch

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch apparently gave in to the NFL's policy on talking to the media, after a hearing for a $75,000 fine was cancelled. But Danny O'Neil explains you just need to know how to talk to the guy.

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