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Coast Guard suspends search for overdue crabber

The Coast Guard says an 18-foot boat belonging to a crab fisherman missing in waters near Anacortes, Washington, has been found overturned and grounded on rocks. The active search for 48-year-old Dean Harvey of Bremerton has been suspended.

Prison investigates apparent suicide of inmate

The state Department of Corrections says officials are investigating the apparent suicide of a 43-year-old inmate at Washington Corrections Center in Shelton.

Jury convicts man in slaying of Tacoma cab driver

A jury on Wednesday convicted Jaycee Fuller of first-degree murder in the 2009 killing of a 22-year-old Somalian cab driver in Tacoma.

Seattle protester charged for bringing weapons cache to Ferguson demonstration

A man arrested during Monday night's Ferguson verdict protest in Seattle is facing charges after police found a cache of weapons, ammunition and explosive materials, according to the Seattle Police Department.

Luggage thefts, arrests on rise at Sea-Tac Airport

The Port of Seattle says luggage thefts, as well as arrests, are on the rise at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Warrant issued for ex-Sonic who missed court date

A bench warrant has been issued for ex-Sonic Robert Swift after he missed his arraignment Wednesday in King County Superior Court.

Audit: Room for improvement on welfare benefits

A state audit of the Department of Social and Health Services' food and financial assistance programs to low-income residents found the state could save or recover an estimated $1 million in benefits paid out to people who are ineligible because they either make too much money or live out of state.

Woman rescued, no child in Cedar River at Renton

A search for a child reportedly swept away in the Cedar River at Renton had a happy ending Wednesday afternoon when searchers learned there never was a child in the water.

Quinoa and kale? Seahawk Michael Bennett scoffs at Thanksgiving in Seattle

When it comes to free spirits on the Seahawks, you'd be hard pressed to find one freer (and funnier) than defensive end Michael Bennett. That spirit was on full display when Bennett paid a visit to the Barbershop on 710 ESPN Seattle Tuesday night.

Trooper: Driver is lucky dog food didn't crush him

Authorities in Washington state say a semitruck driver is lucky he wasn't crushed by 50-pound bags of dog food when he fell asleep at the wheel, crashed into a ditch and spilled the kibble.

Chance of snow following Thanksgiving rain

Rain on Thanksgiving is expected to give way to snow on Friday.

Judge: Steven Powell in violation of court order

A judge has found that the father-in-law of missing Utah woman Susan Powell is in violation of a court order for failing to get mandated sexual deviancy treatment and has been ordered to spend an additional 40 days in jail.

Passenger trains back on tracks south of Everett

Passenger trains are back on the tracks between Seattle and Everett, as of 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Gambling in Washington shifts to tribal casinos

Up until Indian tribes began operating casinos in the 1990s, pull tabs were the biggest gambling game going in Washington.

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