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Why no laws about guns and kids in Washington?

Despite a string of incidents where children got a hold of guns at home, there are currently no state laws addressing the issue.

Pete Carroll, Seahawks share experiences from Marysville-Pilchuck visit

It might have been an awe-inspiring experience for the kids, but Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said welcoming the Marysville-Pilchuck High School football team to practice at team headquarters was "an amazing experience" for his team as well.

Prosecutor on school threats: Bad jokes that cause people reasonable fear are crimes

Two Tacoma students say they were only joking when they allegedly made threats against their schools, but now those boys are charged with felony harassment.

Why is there so much support for Marysville shooter?

Among the balloons and flowers tied to the chain-link fence outside Marysville-Pilchuck High School are these: a white wrestling shoe; a youth football team photo, with one player encased in a red-marker heart; and a candle covered with a plastic cup bearing the name "Jaylen."

Why Google when you can ask the know-it-alls at the Seattle Public Library

Seattle Public Library's Quick Information Center (QIC) has been operating since 1976, and it's still going strong even with the Internet. A staff of 25 will try and answer any question you throw at them, over the phone, in five minutes or less. They receive about 300 calls a day.

Ron & Don: No forgiveness for Marysville school shooter

There've been plenty of calls for forgiveness and understanding for Jaylen Fryberg, the teen who opened fire Friday at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. But Ron and Don say it isn't deserved.

Less stuff, more experiences: How to clear your kids' toybox clutter

Many parents struggle with their kids' overflowing toy chests. They can't stop buying toys, their kids get too many toys as gifts. California's Bea Johnson lives a zero waste lifestyle, which means her family usually chooses experiences over physical gifts. She talks about how her family got rid of 80% of their possessions to live the simple, happy life.

Vacant Seattle Buildings Explode with Art & Music Before Demolition

A Seattle arts collective called Love City Love has been making deals with developers to use vacant buildings as art spaces before they're knocked down and replaced with condos. Their latest space is a former Azteca/Don Eduardo Mexican restaurant on Eastlake, and this time the developers offered them the space.

Tent City should be embraced, not shunned

While many people want nothing to do with Tent City, Seattle Pacific University is again rolling out the welcome mat for the homeless encampment.

Meet the woman who will clean up Ebola in Washington state

Theresa Borst owns Bio Clean Inc: "We clean up after suicides and homicides, decomposed bodies, meth lab cleanup, hoarders, industrial accidents, car accidents, trains, planes, automobiles, oil spills, sewage, mold. Everything gross that nobody else wants to do." And the King County Health department has asked her to help create protocol, and do any actual clean up, if someone in our state is exposed to Ebola. She explains how she'll do it.

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