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Blue Angels I-90 closures begin Thursday

The Blue Angels will take to the skies on Thursday to begin their practice runs for the air shows over Seafair weekend.

White Swan woman dies of fire injuries

A 71-year-old woman who was injured in a house fire Tuesday at White Swan died at a Seattle hospital.

Another week of heat forecast for Northwest

Forecasters say dry weather with above-normal temperatures will continue into next week in the Northwest.

Despite recent crime, city says Gas Works Park is safe

Seattle police officers shot a glass-wielding man Wednesday morning and crews are still cleaning up $8,000 worth of vandalism at Gas Works Park, but the city says the iconic park is safe.

Ferry problems cause delays on Puget Sound

Ferry riders can expect long waits on some Puget Sound routes as the ferry system shuffles boats and changes schedules in response to vessel problems.

Ill teen rescued on hike near White Pass

The Yakima County sheriff's office says a 16-year-old girl on a church group hike near White Pass fell ill Wednesday and had to be rescued by helicopter.

Kluber outpitches Hernandez in 2-0 win

The Indians' new ace outdueled one of the top pitchers in baseball Wednesday night.

Property owner seeks legal action to force Seattle mayor to order disabled vet's eviction

Two weeks after Seattle Mayor Ed Murray ordered police officers to stand down and not remove a disabled vet from his foreclosed home, the new owner is taking legal action to force the eviction.

Seattle police: 1 officer issued most pot tickets

A Seattle police officer has been reassigned after a review found he wrote about 80 percent of marijuana tickets issued in the city during the first half of 2014.

Ferry system scrambling to deal with unprecedented 'coincidence of events'

As passengers face waits of up to 2 1/2 hours on the Edmonds-Kingston run, the interim head of Washington State Ferries says he'll move a ship from the San Juan Islands Thursday to help deal with service outages caused by what he calls an unprecedented "coincidence of events."

Thurston Co. sheriff's: 2 dead in shooting

The Thurston County sheriff's office says a man and a woman have died in an Olympia-area shooting.

Two people dead in Thurston County shooting

The Thurston County sheriff's office says a man and a woman have died in an Olympia-area shooting.

Clark Co. to ask residents on 3rd Columbia bridge

With a 2-1 vote, Clark County commissioners have approved placing an advisory vote on November's ballot to gauge public interest on a third bridge over the Columbia River.

Local law enforcement launch new campaign to curb social media during emergencies

Local law enforcement agencies say they're worried social media posts during an emergency could endanger lives, and have launched a new campaign to raise awareness of their concerns.

Water to come back on at Seattle's Alki Beach and Seacrest showers

For years, beachgoers at Alki and Seacrest Park in Seattle have been rinsing off using showers. Some were surprised to find the water turned off this week.

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