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In heart of Seattle, historic landmark is a 'blight' on the city

Built in 1904, the Eitel Building at Second and Pike has fallen into disrepair and frustration over its condition is growing.

Traveling for Thanksgiving? Plan to go early or go late

As you plan your Thanksgiving dinner, don't forget to plan how you're going to get where you're going. Just remember to "go early or go late."

AAA: Average gas prices in Washington $3.09

The AAA auto club reports the average prices of a gallon of gasoline in Washington is $3.09.

Rain forecast into Thanksgiving Day in Washington

Rainy weather with mostly mild temperatures are forecast into Thanksgiving Day across Washington.

Cascade ski areas crossing fingers for early start to season

With the first heavy snow of the season hammering the Cascades over the weekend, ski season is just around the corner.

8 displaced in Kent mobile home fire

The Kent Fire Department says four adults and four children have been displaced by an early morning fire Monday in a mobile home.

Spokane coffee stand robbed for 4th time in year

Workers at the Jitterz Java coffee stand in Spokane are understandably nervous.

Seahawks rebound vs. Cards; Pats improve to 9-2

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Seattle gets back in division race beating Arizona

There was no point in the Seattle Seahawks disputing the obvious. If they were at all interested in challenging in the NFC West, getting a win over Arizona was an absolute.

Montana's 10-2 run closes out Seattle U 66-62

Montana closed with a 10-2 run that gave the Grizzlies a 66-62 win over Seattle University in the nightcap of the Marv Harshman Classic at Key Arena Sunday night.

Wilson, Seattle D lead Seahawks past Arizona 19-3

After 10 games, the defending champions needed to ask the difficult questions of each other. Most of all, whether the Seattle Seahawks were willing to put aside egos and get back in the NFC West race.

Family remembers slain Port Orchard woman

Family and friends are remembering Amber Coplin as a devoted mother who smiled constantly and could not be deterred when she set her mind to something.

Officers recommend charge in Wash. wolf shooting

Washington fish and wildlife officers are recommending a misdemeanor charge against a farmer accused of illegally shooting a wolf last month.

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