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Crash on I-5 near Southcenter blocks afternoon commute

Three lanes of southbound I-5 were blocked at SR 518 in Tukwila for a crash Monday afternoon.

New trial reopens old wound for family of Craigslist killing victim

The Washington State Court of Appeals ruled Clabon Berniard's rights were violated during his first trial in a Craigslist murder. Derek Sanders has been in court every day and says it's opening wounds for his brother's family.

Jury finds Erick Walker guilty of manslaughter in Molly Conley trial

Jurors have found Erick N. Walker guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter in the death of a 15-year-old Seattle high school student who was walking along a road in Lake Stevens two years ago.

Seahawks' Richard Sherman celebrates 27th birthday by the pool

After a year where he helped the Seahawks return to the Super Bowl and welcomed his first child, Richard Sherman is celebrating his 27th birthday with a pool day.

Private business owner: Big businesses are 'taking advantage' of employees

The owner of a hotel and restaurant in Long Beach supports raising the state's minimum wage.

Knife-wielding man shot by Federal Way police

Federal Way police officers shot a man wielding a knife Monday morning while responding to an assault.

Bertha's 2,000-ton front end making way to repair platform

Crews started lifting the front end of Bertha, the massive tunneling machine stuck under Seattle's waterfront, Monday and say they've made good progress.

City did not immediately ask Tunnel Partners for assistance with Hwy 99 gridlock

Crews working nearby would have used equipment to help clear the March 24 crash earlier in the day.

'Sometimes there's just nothing you can do to avoid it'

People walking and biking represent 3 percent of collisions in Seattle and 50 percent of fatalities, according to the director of Seattle's Department of Transportation.

Cardboard cutouts are golden memories for Ackley Boys

Who knew a few old refrigerator boxes could get you recognized on the streets and earn an award?

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