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Why the Blue Angels aren't worth the traffic headaches

It's hard to argue the Blue Angels screaming across Lake Washington in perfect formation isn't breathtaking, but not everyone loves the Seafair performances.

Garbage truck killed woman on Seattle street

Police have not arrested the driver of a garbage truck that left the scene after running over a woman Thursday afternoon in Seattle.

Girl gets $1.2M settlement over school shooting

The family of a girl who was critically wounded two years ago when a gun went off inside a classmate's backpack at her Washington state elementary school agreed Friday to a $1.2 million legal settlement.

Feds devote $35 million to rebuild Highway 530

The federal government says it's giving Washington state $35 million to rebuild State Route 530, which was damaged in the Oso landslide in March.

New Methow Valley fire threatens homes, resort

A new wildfire in north-central Washington is threatening homes and has closed part of Highway 20 between Twisp and Winthrop.

Van collides with light rail trail train, 5 hurt

A van has collided with a Link light rail train in Seattle, injuring five people.

Jackson, Denorfia debut for Mariners against O's

Austin Jackson and Chris Denorfia arrived in Baltimore on Friday and were placed in Seattle's starting lineup.

Health expert: No cause for Ebola fears in Seattle

With so much media attention focusing on a fast moving Ebola outbreak in West Africa, it's understandable some might worry about the infection spreading all the way to Seattle. But a local expert says there's no cause for concern.

Washington ferries getting back on schedule

With a leak in its stern freshly patched at a Vancouver, British Columbia, dry dock, the Washington state ferry Wenatchee returned to service Friday on the Edmonds-Kingston route.

Back at camp, Lynch watches Seahawks practice

Marshawn Lynch was back on the Seattle Seahawks practice fields Friday morning.

Attack reminds us cute otters can be dangerous

An otter attacked a woman and her grandson in the Pilchuck River Thursday morning, which is so rare that the state Department of Fish and Wildlife doesn't have a protocol confrontations with these usually peaceful creatures.

Lost Canadian sailboat found off Washington coast

The Coast Guard says a sailboat that was reported missing July 11 off of British Columbia was found capsized Thursday about five miles northwest of Ocean Shores.

Groups seek to block upcoming deportation hearings

A coalition of immigrant-rights advocacy groups has asked a federal court to block upcoming deportation proceedings against several minors unless they are provided legal representation.

Rantz: Crack dealer's photos with Seattle officials shouldn't get him less time

A man convicted of selling crack is apparently trying to get shorter time by showing he has friends in high places.

Otter attacks swimmers in Washington river

State and federal wildlife agents are trying to trap the otter that attacked a boy and his grandmother as they were swimming in the Pilchuck River about 30 miles northeast of Seattle.

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