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Chiefs fans reclaim stadium noise record from Seattle

Kansas City is once again home to the loudest stadium in the world after Chiefs fans took the record back from Seattle Monday night in earsplitting fashion.

Detectives discover more victims of Bremerton child rapist , school volunteer

Investigators say they've identified at least five additional victims and there could be more after the arrest of an accused Kitsap County child rapist and pornographer who volunteered at local schools.

King County Council shelves additional Metro Transit cuts

Metro bus cuts planned for next February are shelved, for now. The King County Council Monday refused to approve further cuts until after the county's two-year budget is adopted in November.

Boeing to cut, move 2,000 jobs out of Puget Sound area

An estimated 2,000 Boeing workers in the Puget Sound area will lose their jobs or be forced to move over the next few years as the company consolidates the majority of its defense work to the midwest.

Rankings: Seattle tops for 'coffee snobs'

Sure there's a Starbucks on every corner. But a new survey says Seattle is tops in the country for coffee snobs who wouldn't set foot anywhere near the mermaid.

Transit group pushes Sand Point-Kirkland Lake Washington light rail crossing

It's only a dream, but some some transportation advocates are hailing Sound Transit's willingness to study the long-term feasibility of a new light rail line running between Ballard and Redmond.

State patrol: Woman caught driving with Costco bear 'passenger' in HOV lane

HOV lane violators are getting creative, like one woman busted in Lynnwood Monday morning for using a giant Costco bear as her second passenger.

Boil water advisory for Mercer Island lifted

An advisory for Mercer Island residents to boil water has been lifted after the latest test results were analyzed and proved clear of E.Coli.

Kansas City Chiefs fans trying to reclaim noise record from Seattle Seahawks fans

Seahawks fans will be keeping a close eye and ear on Kansas City Monday night, as Chiefs fans will try again to take back the world's record for the noisiest stadium from Seattle.

Seattle waterfront businesses hope to survive 9-month closure

"Closed" signs are going up on the Seattle waterfront this week. In a rare move, 15 businesses have agreed to shut down until next summer while the city builds a new seawall.

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