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  • Cantwell, Hutchison meet in second Washington Senate debate

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Candidates in Washington’s U.S. senate race clashed Saturday over policies on the environment, trade and tariffs, immigration and health care. Sen. Maria Cantwell, a Democrat, and Republican challenger Susan Hutchison held their second debate in Spokane and touched on many of the themes they struck in their first debate Oct. 8 […]
  • No. 15 Washington pulls away late to top Colorado 27-13

    SEATTLE (AP) — Jake Browning threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Fuller on fourth down with less than four minutes remaining, and No. 15 Washington held off Colorado 27-13 on Saturday. Washington’s four-year starting quarterback had an unremarkable game up until the Huskies (6-2, 4-1 Pac-12) needed a big play. Rather than trying for […]
  • American Nathan Chen wins Skate America men’s title

    EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — Nathan Chen ran away with the Skate America men’s title Saturday. Skating to “Land of All” by Woodkid, Chen had a clean and polished routine from the start, from his triple loop through the triple lutz. Chen earned a standing ovation from the crowd after his free skate, which earned 189.99 […]
  • Lawsuit: Safeco Field discriminates against wheelchair users

    SEATTLE (AP) — A nonprofit disability-rights law firm says wheelchair users attending Seattle Mariners games at Safeco Field get a “second-class” experience and has filed a lawsuit. The Seattle Times reports that Washington Civil and Disability Advocate filed the lawsuit on Monday against the team and the public facilities district that owns the stadium. The […]
  • Police: Bar patron discharges pepper spray in restroom

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) — A 35-year-old man police say dispensed pepper spray in a restaurant’s restroom after being refused service at the bar is facing charges. The Bellingham Herald reports in a story on Friday that Todd Grant Hawley is charged with suspicion of possession of a dangerous weapon and disorderly conduct. Authorities say police […]
  • Sheriff: 2 found dead in trailer north of Belfair

    BELFAIR, Wash. (AP) — Authorities are investigating after they say a woman and man were found dead in a trailer north of Belfair. The Mason County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to the trailer Friday afternoon after getting a call from someone who reportedly found the bodies. No further information was immediately released. Copyright © […]
  • Friday’s Scores

    PREP FOOTBALL= Adna 27, Onalaska 8 Almira/Coulee-Hartline 86, Wellpinit 12 Archbishop Murphy 42, Sedro-Woolley 21 Arlington 17, Marysville-Pilchuck 10 Asotin 28, Liberty (Spangle) 0 Auburn Mountainview 8, Hazen 7 Bainbridge 40, West Seattle 23 Ballard 49, Sammamish 14 Bellevue 8, Juanita 0 Bethel 42, Bonney Lake 0 Black Hills 22, Tumwater 17 Blaine 34, Anacortes […]
  • Tarasova-Morozov win Skate America pairs short program

    EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov of Russia won the pairs short program by a wide margin Friday night at Skate America. Performing to “I Got You” by James Brown, the Russian pair earned 71.24 points. That was nearly nine points better than Russian teammates Alisa Efimova and Alexander Korovin, who totaled […]
  • The Latest: Supreme Court stalls youth climate change case

    SEATTLE (AP) — The Latest on a youth climate change lawsuit against U.S. government (all times local): 4:10 p.m. The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked a high-profile climate change lawsuit that 21 young activists brought against the federal government. The order issued Friday by Chief Justice John Roberts freezes trial proceedings in U.S. District […]
  • Judge tosses NRA lawsuit over Seattle’s gun-storage law

    SEATTLE (AP) — A judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the National Rifle Association against Seattle’s new gun-storage law. King County Superior Court Judge Barbara Linde ruled Friday, tossing the lawsuit on technical grounds after the city contended the plaintiffs lacked standing and noted the law had yet to take effect, The Seattle Times […]