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Minor to moderate floods for several Wash. rivers

Flooding at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington has prompted park officials to temporarily close park access at the Nisqually entrance.

Coast Guard looks for overdue Wash. crabber

Coast Guard crews are looking for a Bremerton, Washington, man reported overdue on a crab fishing voyage out of Anacortes.

Students swell Seattle's Ferguson protests

About 1,300 high school students who walked out of classes helped swell the ranks of Seattle demonstrators protesting the grand jury decision in Missouri not to indict a Ferguson police officer who fatally shot a black teenager.

Pierce County: Father kills kid, commits suicide

The Pierce County sheriff's office says a 58-year-old man killed his 6-year-old daughter and then committed suicide on Tuesday.

Auburn, Washington, ditches red-light cameras

Auburn has decided to get rid of its unpopular red-light cameras.

In Seattle, tofu turkeys get Thanksgiving pardons

As Thanksgiving approaches, Tofurkys in Seattle can breathe easy, even if real turkeys can't.

Sherman, Baldwin dig at NFL in press conference

With the help of a cardboard cutout, the Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin took digs at the NFL during a news conference on Tuesday after the league issued a $100,000 fine to teammate Marshawn Lynch for not speaking to the media.

Angler sets record with Pacific bluefin tuna

An Ellensburg angler has set a new Washington record by catching a Pacific bluefin tuna weighing just over 39 pounds.

Flooding at Mount Rainier National Park

Officials at Mount Rainier National Park have temporarily closed park access at the Nisqually entrance because of flooding.

4-year-old girl, father found dead in apparant Puyallup murder-suicide

A 4-year-old girl and her father are dead in what the Pierce County Sheriff's Department says appears to be a murder-suicide.

Regulators: Residents at risk in home for disabled

For the second time in less than a year, federal regulators have cited a state-run home for people with disabilities for failing to comply with the law.

Former deputy prosecutor pleads guilty

Former Spokane County deputy prosecutor Marriya Wright has pleaded guilty to second-degree rendering criminal assistance.

Pats are unanimous No. 1 in AP Pro32 rankings

It's unanimous: Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are the top team in the NFL.

Sherman, Baldwin mock NFL for 'hypocrisy', Lynch fine

Marshawn Lynch might be a man of few words, but Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman had plenty to say Tuesday about the NFL fining Lynch $100,000 last week for refusing to talk to the media.

Soldiers to spend Thanksgiving in Ebola isolation

A group of military service members returning to Joint Base Lewis-McChord from Africa will spend Thanksgiving in isolation while the Army monitors their health for signs of Ebola.

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