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Woman gets 10 years for trying to shoot husband

Prosecutors say a Vancouver, Wash., woman who fetched a pistol and pointed it at her then-husband's head after they disagreed during a divorce discussion has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison.

Rangers rally for 2 in 9th to beat Mariners 3-2

Texas center fielder Leonys Martin wound up being the star of a battle of top pitchers.

Wash. man charged with murder in aunt's death

A suburban Bellevue man accused of killing the 72-year-old aunt he lived with has been charged with second-degree murder.

Washington's Stringfellow pleads guilty to assault

Suspended Washington wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow has pleaded guilty to two counts of fourth-degree assault against Seahawks fans in separate incidents after the Super Bowl.

School district told to pay $1.3M in stabbing case

Jurors have told the Snohomish, Wash., School District to pay $1.3 million for failing to protect two high school girls stabbed in October 2011 by a mentally disturbed classmate.

Seattle's Mercer Corridor to soon get two-way traffic

There's good news for the thousands of drivers who travel the Mercer Corridor. The Seattle Department of Transportation says it's about to reach a major milestone in the years-long project.

Sidney Rice agrees to terms with Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks and wide receiver Sidney Rice have agreed to terms on a deal.

Number of people missing in Oso mudslide drops to six

The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office has reduced the number of people missing after the March 22 mudslide in Oso to six.

M's Morrison, Beavan go on 15-day disabled list

The Seattle Mariners placed outfielder Logan Morrison and right-handed starter Blake Beavan on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday, and recalled second baseman Nick Franklin and James Jones from Triple-A Tacoma.

Tacoma mom tries to find Good Samaritans who saved her life at Seahawks 12k run

A 35-year-old Tacoma mother and her husband are counting their blessings today after some Good Samaritans stepped in to help save her life. And now they want to find them.

Seattle Police declare they're ready for May Day trouble

After two consecutive years of May Day rioting, Seattle Police declare they are ready for any trouble in 2014.

Salmon swim past Wanapum Dam

Modifications to the fish ladders at Wanapum Dam are allowing safe passage to upstream migrating adult salmon and steelhead.

Olympia port board continues small-city program

A division of the Port of Olympia has reversed course and decided to leave in place a program that provides economic assistance to area communities.

Fundraiser launched to move Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant to the Socialist country of her choice

A person evidently not happy with Socialist City Councilmember Kshama Sawant's plans for Seattle has launched a gofundme page to raise funds to send her away to whichever Socialist country she wishes.

Convicted voyeur Steven Powell wants state to pay for sex offender treatment

Convicted voyeur Steven Powell wants the state to pay for his court-ordered sex offender treatment now that he's been released from prison.

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