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Stevens Pass, Mount Baker ski resorts to open Saturday with limited runs

Stevens Pass and Mount Baker have a special treat for skiers and snowboarders bummed over the warm December weather.

Concert giant AEG swoops in to save Bumbershoot

Local music fans can breathe a sigh of relief after concert giant AEG announced Friday it was partnering with Bumbershoot to save Seattle's signature music festival.

Tacoma police arrest suspected car thief after standoff

Police have arrested a suspected car thief after a standoff at a house in Tacoma Friday morning.

New head of state's troubled first charter school insists turnaround underway

Dr. Linda Whitehead has faced plenty of challenges throughout her education career, but she's never tackled anything like the storm she encountered when she took over as head of the state's first charter school just several weeks ago.

No gaming the traffic system by trying to fool apps

When our freeways back up, which is pretty much every day, neighborhood streets get just as nasty because people use them as detours. Upset neighbors around the country are trying to keep their streets open by fooling some of the apps, like Waze, that track traffic.

Injury might be keeping Derrick Coleman on sidelines, but he's still inspiring off the field

Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman says it's killing him to sit on the sidelines after being placed on injured reserve following a foot fracture, but the man recognized by many as the first deaf offensive player in the NFL is still inspiring people off the field.

Seattle Police Department set to begin testing body cameras

12 Seattle police officers will begin using new body-worn cameras next week in a closely-watched pilot project, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole confirmed Thursday.

Two people stabbed at Seattle strip club

Two people were stabbed at a strip club in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood Thursday night.

Attorney: Florist who refused gay wedding job should have chance to argue case before jury

A Richmond flower shop owner refused to provide flowers for the wedding of two gay men and now she will learn if she'll be allowed to take her case to a jury.

Threat keeps Issaquah middle school closed for third day

Pacific Cascade Middle school is closed for a third straight day as a precaution, after a threatening letter was found on campus.

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