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12s line SeaTac streets for Seahawks Super Bowl sendoff

Thousands of 12s lined the streets of SeaTac early Sunday to send-off the Seahawks as they head for Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix.

Seattle shooting, crash sends 5 people to hospital

Seattle police are investigating an early morning shooting in Belltown that ended with five people taken to the hospital and a gunman in custody.

Seahawks' Kearse reportedly fined for NFC Championship toss

The NFL has reportedly fined Seahawks receiver Jermaine Kearse for launching the ball into the stands after his game-winning touchdown catch in overtime in the NFC Championship.

Seahawks announcer Steve Raible keyed up for third Super Bowl

Some announcers never get to the playoffs, but Seahawks play-by-play guy Steve Raible is on his way to his third Super Bowl.

WSDOT to replace 'free coffee' signs at rest stops

What is a small sign reading "Free Coffee" worth? In real dollars, about $400, but to hundreds of nonprofit groups around the state, that sign is worth thousands.

Pearl Jam's Mike McCready faces new challenge: Seattle Symphony

Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready has played for millions, thrown out the first pitch at a Mariners game and raised the 12th Man flag atop the Space Needle. But an upcoming gig has him as nervous as anything he's ever done.

Washington lawmaker pushes even stronger DUI laws

A new bill in the Washington state Senate would make it a felony to commit a fourth drunk-driving offense within 10 years. A sponsor of the bill says they should be going even further.

Cascades seeing far more brown as snowpack remains far below normal

Families looking to go sledding at the Paradise snow park on Mount Rainier are out of luck again this weekend, as the area remains closed because of a lack of snow.

Homeless count increases by over 20 percent in King County

If it seems like there are far more homeless on the streets of Seattle, you're not imagining it. A one night count of homeless across King County found the numbers soared 21 percent over last year.

Michael Bennett's police bike to be auctioned only after riding through sea of red tape

The Seattle police bike Michael Bennett took on an impromptu ride around CenturyLink Field after the NFC Championship will be auctioned for a good cause, but it'll have to travel as circuitous a route as his Sunday ride to navigate the red tape to get there.

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