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    Seattle breaks 90 degrees for first time in 2018

    It was a scorcher on Sunday and it'll be hot again Monday, according to forecasters.
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    Seattle's working class is 'running out of solutions'

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    He couldn't take it anymore. Jason packed a bag (probably with way too much hair gel and a blow dryer) and jetted over to Europe - specifically Hamburg, Budapest, Stockholm and London.
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    A mother was reunited with her 6-year-old son Saturday in Seattle after they were separated at the U.S. border and she was detained in Washington state.
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    Ernie Isley on discovering Jimi Hendrix and providing the Beatles with career-launching material

    Ernie Isley of legendary group the Isley Brothers talks to Dori about six decades of timeless music, and helping to make the careers of Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles.
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    Washington state's tolled roads

    The Washington State Department of Transportation began implementing tolls in 2007. Tolled roads and bridges help fund new projects throughout the state, as well as maintain current infrastructure.
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    Situated on a hilltops above Issaquah, the Providence Heights campus is part of art, religious, and women's history. But a fierce legal battle between opposing interests threaten its existence.
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    Hostility to Amazon now taking the form of graffiti in Seattle

    Graffiti criticizing Amazon has been springing up all over the City of Seattle, including images such as "Amazon Get Out," "Die Techie" and "I'd Tax That."
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    Dori: History goes missing with theft of Ballard Elks bell

    The latest victim of Seattle's rampant crime is Ballard Elks bell. The 130-year-old brass bell was stolen. Dori has a brilliant idea for how to make the person responsible pay for his actions.
  • Alysha Clark Local News

    Seattle Storm's Alysha Clark has a mission off the court

    Seattle Storm forward Alysha Clark spends her time off the court making sure patients at Seattle Children's Hospital have what they need -- toys. This is how you can help.
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    The very first Ron & Don Show that only one person heard

    Technically, the very first Ron and Don radio show was for an audience of one, in the middle of nowhere. But it started something between two friends.
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    Far more Washingtonians oppose death penalty than rest of U.S.

    Washingtonians prefer people convicted of murder are sentenced to life in prison, rather than the death penalty. That strays from national polls, however.
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    Washington State Ferries vs crab pots: The price of the conflict

    Crab pots tangled in Washington State Ferries have been causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage, and forcing officials to pull ferries from service.
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    Howard Kurtz says media hate for Trump is unprecedented

    Howard Kurtz discusses the intense battle between the Trump administration and the media, as featured in his new book, "Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War over Words."
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    Two Pierce County Sheriff's K9 deputies returned from Slovakia with some new tactics.
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