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Seattle-Newark flight safely diverted to Spokane

A United Airlines flight from Seattle to Newark was diverted Sunday night to Spokane because of engine trouble.

Woman found dead in University Place fire

Firefighters found the body of a woman at an apartment fire in University Place.

2 Washington troopers injured on I-5 in Seattle

The Washington State Patrol says two troopers were injured Sunday night on Interstate 5 in north Seattle in collisions related to a racing incident.

Seattle could be back in Arizona for Super Bowl

The way they are playing, the Seattle Seahawks could well be back in Arizona in a month or so.

Seahawks, Packers, Cowboys, Steelers in playoffs

if you want to call it that -- for the NFC South, losing at home to Atlanta. With Carolina beating Cleveland, the Panthers guaranteed that next week's visit to the Falcons will be for the division championship -- even though the winner will have a losing record.

Wilson, Seahawks close in on NFC West title

Seattle's defense was stifling as usual and its offense had a record-breaking eruption against a defense that's supposed to be one of the NFL's best.

Flora leads Seattle past Sacramento St, 66-47

Jarell Flora scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, both career highs, to lead Seattle to a 66-47 win over Sacramento State on Sunday night.

Arizona's QB Stanton, 2 Seattle o-linemen out for game

Arizona quarterback Drew Stanton was inactive for the Cardinals' game Sunday night against the Seattle Seahawks.

Deputies to wear mourning bands in support of NYPD

King County Sheriff John Urquhart has ordered deputies to wear mourning bands across their badges in support of the two New York police officers who were fatally shot Saturday.

Pharmacy technician accused of stealing medication

Police in Kennewick, Washington, arrested a pharmacy technician accused of stealing at least 17,000 pills while working at a Walgreens store.

No charges against accused Walla Walla teacher

A prosecutor has decided not to file charges against a Walla Walla High School teacher who had been accused of inappropriately touching students.

Developers renovating historic Lynden building

Plans call for a historic building in downtown Lynden, Washington, to be renovated and renamed.

Inslee criticized for ignoring school levy equity

When the Washington Supreme Court told the Legislature it needed to fix the way the state pays for public schools, it also ordered lawmakers to stop relying so much on local levy dollars to pay for basic education.

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