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Woman fears for her life, but won't return Buddy the dog

A woman at the center of a dog adoption controversy claims she is being harassed and is fearful for her life.

Woodland Park Zoo elephant euthanized after falling ill

A 45-year-old African elephant was euthanized at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo Friday morning after falling ill.

State ferry system makes changes to avoid last week's mistake

After an overloaded ferry had to turn back ahead of a Seahawks preseason game last week, the Washington State Ferries is reviewing loading policies and scheduling extra sailings.

What?! Seahawks 12th Man ranks ninth on Forbes' list of best NFL fans

A new Forbes ranking of the best fans in the NFL has the Seahawks 12th Man a little peeved. Fans who hold the world record for crowd noise only came in at ninth place.

Search continues for Kent gas station shooter's companion; victim identified

Detectives in Kent continue their search for the companion of a suspect who is accused of shooting and killing two gas station employees at close range.

PETA targets Space Needle in effort to slim down tourists

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, is suggesting the Space Needle's restaurant "go vegan" after a staffer recently noticed overweight passengers on the landmark's elevator.

Seattle's top consumer lawyer braces for GM battle

It comes as little surprise a federal judge selected noted Seattle lawyer Steve Berman last week, over dozens of others, to co-lead a high-profile class-action lawsuit against General Motors.

Snohomish farmer says water district extorting him by shutting off water during negotiation

A Snohomish farmer is carrying water to his animals after he says the water district shut off his water over a dispute they were having.

Suspect says 'racial slurs' prompted Kent gas station shooting

A man suspected of killing two gas station employees in Kent Wednesday morning told police he shot the victims, according to court documents.

Family fighting to reclaim dog mistakenly adopted out

An Eastern Washington family is in shock after learning the Humane Society mistakenly adopted out their missing dog and the new owner won't return him.

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