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Philadelphia's Grover Cleveland Alexander went the distance in both games of the Phillies' 5-0 and 9-3 sweep of the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Vancouver woman fabricated stabbing story

The Clark County sheriff's office says a Vancouver woman fabricated a story about being stabbed by a strange man in her own backyard.

Sometimes even Richard Sherman needs an escape

The places and ways to escape were simpler not that long ago.

Addition of Williams gives depth to Seattle's line

Cliff Avril watched Kevin Williams going through practice drills, amazed by what he was seeing from a defensive tackle entering his 12th season.

Kingston-Edmonds ferry back to 2-boat service

The Kingston-Edmonds ferry route is back to two-boat service as an early morning fuel leak is investigated and cleaned up.

Family worries about detained missionary's health

The sister of an American missionary held for nearly two years in North Korea said Monday that she is worried about the health and well-being of Kenneth Bae, who's isolated in a labor camp and suffers from severe back pain.

Mariners put INF-DH Montero on suspended list

The Seattle Mariners have put first baseman-designated hitter Jesus Montero on the suspended list.

Don O'Neill questions latest bikini barista bust: 'They should just legalize that'

Last week, the owner Java Juggs, a well-known series of bikini barista stands in south Snohomish County, was charged for allegedly running drive-thru brothels.

Hiker dies after fall on trail in Snohomish County

A hiker who sustained a head injury on a trail near Spada Lake in Snohomish County has died.

Man dead, woman injured in Kitsap County stabbing

A woman is injured and a man is dead following a stabbing north of Bremerton.

Edmonds-Kingston ferry route returns to normal two-boat service

The Kingston-Edmonds ferry route has returned to normal two-boat service after an early morning fuel leak caused service delays.

Washington's first charter school prepares to open

In some ways, the first day of school will be nothing new at First Place in Seattle.

Lynnwood's Kenneth Bae asking U.S. for help in gaining release from North Korea

Lynnwood missionary Kenneth Bae has once-again begged the U-S government to intervene to earn his release from a North Korean work camp.

Tharold Simon: What it's like to join the Legion of Boom

It's never easy being the new guy, especially when you're walking into the best secondary in the National Football League, but Tharold Simon is already making his mark with the Legion of Boom.

8 rescued when boat capsizes off Washington island

The Coast Guard says one of its Response boats and a civilian vessel rescued seven adults and a 4-year-old child after their skiff capsized off Bainbridge Island, Washington.

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