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Flowers, candles removed from Marysville-Pilchuck High School fence

It took a little more than one hour for students and staff at Marysville-Pilchuck High School to clear a chain link fence of impromptu tributes to the victims of last month's campus shooting.

Former Seahawk Lawyer Milloy offers unique view of 12th Man flag raising

Most of us will never get the chance to raise the 12th Man flag at CenturyLink Field. But thanks to a camera attached to Lawyer Milloy's head, we can get a pretty good idea what it's like.

Seattle police prepared for grand jury decision in Ferguson

With the decision on whether to indict a Missouri police officer for the shooting death of an unarmed black teen expected at 5 p.m. (PST) Monday, Seattle police say they are ready to deal with planned protests.

Attorneys: School violated student preacher's first amendment rights

Michael Leal, an Everett high school student who is suing the district after he was suspended for preaching and handing out Christian pamphlets, says his free speech rights were violated.

In heart of Seattle, historic landmark is a 'blight' on the city

Built in 1904, the Eitel Building at Second and Pike has fallen into disrepair and frustration over its condition is growing.

Traveling for Thanksgiving? Plan to go early or go late

"Go early or go late" should be your mantra while planning Thanksgiving travel.

Cascade ski areas crossing fingers for early start to season

With the first heavy snow of the season hammering the Cascades over the weekend, ski season is just around the corner.

Family: 3-year-old shot in mouth in Snohomish County expected to survive

The family of a 3-year-old boy shot in the mouth in Snohomish County says the boy is expected to survive.

Man who saved horse racing in Washington stepping away from sport

The man many credit with keeping horse racing alive in Washington is stepping away from the track after 20 years, handing the reins of Emerald Downs over to the Muckleshoot Tribe. Emerald Downs owner Ron Crockett joins The Dori Monson Show for a chat about his experience.

5 girls hospitalized after taking prescription drugs at Chehalis high school

Five teen girls have been hospitalized after getting sick from taking prescription medications one of the girls brought to their Chehalis high school Friday.

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