Reports indicate that a woman locked a fence and would not let aid onto a property while a viscous dog attack on a UPS driver continued near Puyallup.
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Cole Hamels dominated for eight innings, Adrian Beltre and Shin-Soo Choo went deep and the Rangers beat the Mariners 4-2 on Thursday night to hang around the AL wild-card hunt.
The teachers union for the Kent School District are asking for help because the schools have no toilet paper, and many other paper products.
A Washington Department of Health official explains why the they're considering new rules that would allow a third gender option on birth certificates.
Critics have questioned if President Trump's UN speech was racist and hinted at discrimination. There's a difference between prejudice and discernment.
James Paxton, the Mariners unquestioned ace when healthy in 2017, will look to keep Seattle from losing its season-high sixth straight game.
Seahawks DE Michael Bennett is one of four NFL players asking that the NFL become more supportive of social activism on the part of its athletes.
Ron and Don
Love him or leave him, when Richard Sherman has a point, he has a point. His latest comments on injury reports caught my attention.
Brock and Salk
The Huskies' Pac-12 opener on Saturday will be a rematch of last year's conference championship, but Brock Huard has multiple reasons why they won't have as easy a time against the Buffs.
In Jim Moore's weekly preview of the Seahawks, Huskies and Cougars games, he explains why he'd rather Jimmy Graham sit out this week in Tennessee than try to play on a sore ankle.
On the latest episode of John Clayton's Schooled, he talks to John Nordstrom about the beginning of the Seahawks franchise and how he helped get Paul Allen involved to keep the team in Seattle 20 years ago.
I'm revisiting one of the most common pet peeves from our listeners: the general lack of understanding when it comes to merging.
Danny Dave and Moore
Tyler Lockett wasn't ready the first time he saw the play in which he suffered a broken leg, but the Seahawks receiver hasn't let the injury hold him back.
Someone is finally doing something to resurrect Tumwater's imbibe industry not far from the vacant Olympia brewery that still stands along I-5.
This summer could be the driest on record if we don't get a total downpour between Thursday and the fall equinox on Friday.
As I was surfing CSPAN recently, I happened to hear a rather disturbing comment from a cybersecurity expert who says Russia has already won.
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