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Mariners' Montero done for year after altercation

Jesus Montero will not play baseball again this season for the Seattle Mariners' organization after a heated confrontation in the stands with a team scout during a minor league game in Boise, Idaho.

Man critical after van rolls on top of him

A Seattle fire official says a van rolled on top of a man's head at a north Seattle home, leaving him in critical condition with life-threatening injuries.

Man found unconscious, trapped under van in North Seattle

A man in his 60's was found unresponsive and trapped under the tire of a van he was working on in North Seattle Friday.

New clinic not restricted by religion

The bylaws for a new health clinic at Washington State University Spokane will be changed to ensure that care provided at the clinic isn't restricted by religious health directives.

Trying to find peace and quiet in Seattle this weekend?

Labor Day Weekend is a big one for Seattle, but what if you want to get away from the crowds? We went to an expert for some insight.

Albertsons breach involved 3 states

A data breach that was reported at some Albertsons stores in early August impacted all the company's grocery stores in Washington, Idaho and Montana.

Bloomberg group donates $1M to gun initiative

A campaign seeking universal background checks on gun sales has now raised more than $7 million after a $1 million donation from a group funded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Pumpkin-flavored items coming to store shelves whether it's fall or not

We're still nearly a month away from the official start of fall and yet we're already being inundated with pumpkin-flavored everything.

Eastern Washington football reaches out to make an Oso connection

Cheney is nearly 300 miles away from Oso, but that hasn't stopped the Eastern Washington University football team from dedicating its season to the memories of the 43 people killed in the deadly mudslide.

New details in Auburn mystery; victim identified

Police have identified a victim in the mystery case of bloody clothes and flooring found along Peasley Canyon in Auburn nearly three weeks ago.

State to halt hunt this weekend

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife will suspend its hunt for three more members of the Huckleberry wolf pack for the Labor Day weekend.

Woman dies in downtown Seattle bike-truck accident

Seattle Police say a woman on a bicycle died Friday morning after being hit by a large truck in downtown Seattle.

County opens door to Gorge expansion

The Grant County commissioners have approved a zoning change that opens the door for The Gorge Amphitheatre to expand.

Bicyclist struck, killed on Second Avenue - home of Seattle's future bike lane

A bicyclist has been struck and killed on Second Avenue in downtown Seattle.

Lawyer asks Supreme Court to deny 120-day delay

A lawyer representing mentally ill patients who were "warehoused" in emergency rooms because no beds were available in treatment facilities is urging the state Supreme Court to reject the state's request for a 120-day delay of a ban on the practice of "psychiatric boarding."

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