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How the Seahawks are spending Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving falls in the middle of a work week for the Seahawks, but the team is carving out a little time for the holiday.

Police advice: Don't call 911 for turkey cooking tips

Don't call 9-1-1 for turkey cooking tips like these Puget Sound residents have done. Area law enforcement agencies are reminding folks that 911 is for emergencies.

Amazon responds to New York Nazi criticism

Amazon has released a statement in response to strong criticism over Nazi-styled advertising in New York in promotion of its new web series.

Seismologists watching Glacier Peak after four earthquakes

Four earthquakes struck within hours of each other Wednesday afternoon near Glacier Peak.

Students speak out against 'malicious comments' made at Western Washington University

The Western Washington University Police Department is being called out for not doing enough in the wake of threats made to minority students.

Family fooled by 60-year-old recipe for green bean casserole

Sixty years after its creation in the Campbell's test kitchen, the green bean casserole has somehow catapulted into the framework of America, at least on Thanksgiving.

City of Seattle, yacht club compromise on bike path

Cyclists may feel the squeeze after the City of Seattle negotiated a compromise with boaters.

'Serious' multi-vehicle crash blocking Highway 99 in Fife

Highway 99 is closed due to a multi-vehicle crash between Fife and Federal way.

Bizarre Lake Washington disaster struck 25 years ago

It was 25 years ago that a bizarre disaster struck, sending major portions of the old Lacey V. Murrow floating bridge to the bottom of Lake Washington.

Sea-Tac Airport says stepped up security won't snarl holiday travel

Sea-Tac Airport has increased security along with the rest of the nation's airports and train stations in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks. But most travelers likely won't notice much change.

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