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Sheep moved away from wolves

A Stevens County sheep rancher has managed to move about 1,800 sheep to protect them from a pack of wolves that have killed at least two dozen of the animals this summer.

Demonstrators block tracks in Everett

About a dozen protesters have blocked railroad tracks at a Burlington Northern Santa Fe yard in Everett.

Sometimes even Richard Sherman needs an escape

The places and ways to escape were simpler not that long ago.

Smile: More Seattle school zone cameras online

It's back to school week for Seattle Public Schools, and that means new speed cameras are going active across the city.

Centerplate CEO resigns following video showing dog abuse

The CEO of Centerplate, Safeco Field's catering company, has resigned in the wake of a video that allegedly showed him abusing a dog.

Hunters find body north of Leavenworth

Two hunters found a body Sunday in a remote location north of Leavenworth.

Hop farm worker killed in Toppenish accident

A hop farm worker was killed in an industrial accident in Toppenish.

Benton County Jail inmate dies

An inmate in the Benton County Jail in Kennewick has died.

Warmest July-August on record in Seattle

It's been a warm summer in Seattle.

Fatal hit-and-run in Spokane Valley

A bicycle rider has been killed in a hit-and-run crash in Spokane Valley.

How Bellevue will handle students who transfer from 'failing' schools

Bellevue has a reputation for excellent schools, a place where residents consistently approve tax levies and school bond measures. Still, several schools are judged as failing and many students are transferring to new buildings on the first day of the new school year.

Warmest July-August on record in Seattle

It's been a warm summer in Seattle.

This Date In Baseball

Philadelphia's Grover Cleveland Alexander went the distance in both games of the Phillies' 5-0 and 9-3 sweep of the Brooklyn Dodgers.

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