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    Gee Scott: Ken Norton's important role in Seahawks' bounce-back season

    As he does before each game, Seahawks insider Gee Scott breaks down three things he is hearing from players ahead of Sunday's Week 15 game against the San Francisco 49ers.
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    Jay Inslee's proposed new budget with its massive tax increases will hurt small businesses, homeowners, and families who have put their own children through college.
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    Amanda Knox talks Jonestown, life after exoneration, more

    Amanda Knox is hosting a podcast that seeks to provide understanding for the victims and survivors of the Jonestown Massacre.
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    Caravans and shutdowns are both unpopular

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    Ross: When to disobey your powerful boss

    Michael Cohen is going to prison because the law expects you to disobey when your boss tells you to do something corrupt. Everyone who works for a powerful boss needs to breathe this in.
  • Matt Shea Local News

    Biblical war 'manifesto' author and state lawmaker faces campaign finance trouble

    Washington state lawmaker Matt Shea found himself in hot water over a biblical war "manifesto" he published in early-November. Now, he could soon find himself in a different kind of trouble, following the filing of a pair of complaints regarding improper use of campaign finances. 
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    Tim Eyman explains bankruptcy, divorce email

    Tim Eyman explains why he sent out an email to the media describing his bankruptcy and divorce, and alerts voters that he has nearly attained the required number of $30 car tabs signatures.
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    New bill makes it easier to kill sea lions, but can it save local orcas?

    President Trump is expected to sign a bill that will make it easier for state and tribal officials to kill sea lions across the Pacific Northwest. But can it help the Northwest's struggling orca population?
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    UW study: Teens get more sleep, better grades with later start times

    Seattle teenagers are getting more sleep and getting better grades since they started going to school later in the day, according to a new study by the University of Washington.
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