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Woman pleads not guilty in Seattle to rape charge

A 28-year-old woman accused of sexually assaulting a sleeping man pleaded not guilty Thursday in Seattle to a charge of second-degree rape.

Tornado blows through Longview, leaving damage behind

A tornado blew through Longview and Kelso in Southwest Washington Thursday afternoon, damaging roofs and knocking down power lines, according to numerous reports.

Detectives find body in brush south of Seattle

King County detectives working on a missing person case found a body Thursday in a brushy area behind homes in the White Center area south of Seattle.

Owner pleads guilty to abandoning vessel in Tacoma

The owner of a vessel that sank in Tacoma's Hylebos Waterway has pleaded guilty to abandoning a derelict vessel and discharging pollution into state waters.

Do some Seahawks really think Russell Wilson isn't 'black enough?'

A report that some Seahawks players think Russell Wilson isn't "black enough" is stirring strong reactions in Seattle and across the country.

Judge bars release of Pierce County strippers' licenses, IDs

A federal judge in Tacoma has blocked Pierce County from releasing the business licenses and real names of strippers under a public records request.

Logging truck loses its load on I-405 in Renton

All lanes of southbound I-405 at SR 167 have reopened after an earlier wood spill.

Didier drops lawsuit over campaign

Republican U.S. House candidate Clint Didier has dropped his federal lawsuit against a volunteer for his opponent's campaign over an alleged misuse of state resources.

Deputies investigating body found in trash pile near White Center

King County detectives are investigating a probable homicide near White Center.

Road on Mount Baker closed for winter

The Washington Transportation Department has closed its first section of a highway for the winter.

Bellevue lieutenant fired over 'deceitful' workers' comp claim

A Bellevue police lieutenant has been fired following allegations that she forged an official document in order to file a workers' compensation claim.

Seattle officer's discipline for beating reversed

A Seattle police disciplinary review board has overturned the eight-day suspension given to an officer who was seen on video hitting a suspect for spitting on him.

Aberdeen council reconsidering fluoride in water

The Aberdeen City Council voted Wednesday night to draft an ordinance that would remove fluoride from the water supply.

Seattle sends warning letters to medical pot shops

The city of Seattle is warning its more than 300 medical marijuana businesses that their days could be numbered.

Record year for Washington raspberry harvest

The raspberry harvest in Washington this year was a record 72.5 million pounds.

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