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  • Seattle Children's doctor needs $100K in fight against SIDS
    Stephanie Klein | April 10, 2015 7:47 am
    After 11 years of research, a doctor at Seattle's Childrens hospital says he's close to solving the mystery of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). But he needs help paying for an extensive study.
  • Chick-Fil-A opened in Bellevue, but is it worth the hype?
    Rachel Belle | April 09, 2015 4:02 pm
    The first Washington Chick-Fil-A franchise opened in Bellevue this morning, and 100 people camped out in the parking lot over night, and were rewarded with free chicken for a year. But Rachel Belle wanted to find out if the chicken is as delicious as the hype.
  • Internet addicts, There's an app that can force you offline
    Rachel Belle | April 08, 2015 6:26 pm
    Many of us have a love/hate relationship with the Internet. It can be fun and useful, until we're on Facebook until 2 a.m. But a couple of apps allow us to block certain websites, or the entire Internet, for periods of time so we can get stuff done. Or have hours of Internet free fun with our family and friends.
  • Video: Did this South Carolina police officer plant the stun gun? | April 07, 2015 4:36 pm
    A white South Carolina police officer was charged with murder Tuesday in the weekend shooting death of a black motorist after a traffic stop.
  • Applying to college? Don't let your mom do all the work
    Rachel Belle | April 06, 2015 6:29 pm
    At Seattle Pacific University, they have a lot of involved parents, but sometimes it's too much.
  • Local veterans share the stories behind their tattoos
    Rachel Belle | April 01, 2015 6:01 pm
    Auburn's White River Valley Museum is looking for submissions for their upcoming Service Ink exhibit, photos and stories about the tattoos of local veterans. Here you will meet two of the men whose tattoos will be featured in the exhibit.
  • Living with Bigfoot
    Kim Shepard | April 01, 2015 3:31 pm
    A local psychologist hopes to become the Jane Goodall of Bigfoot Hunters.
  • Army vet forces panhandler posing as a soldier to take off attire
    April 01, 2015 3:10 pm
    A video of an Army veteran yelling at a panhandler posing as a soldier has gone viral.
  • Edith Macefield's Ballard home back up for sale
    Rachel Belle | March 31, 2015 3:11 pm
    The saga continues. Edith Macefield's house goes up for sale, seven years after she passed away. She left the house to her caretaker, who sold it to a real estate entrepreneur who went bankrupt and the house was recently foreclosed upon. Meanwhile, people from all over the world are writing messages on colorful balloons outside of the house.
  • New trial reopens old wound for family of Craigslist killing victim
    Libby Denkmann | March 30, 2015 5:03 pm
    The Washington State Court of Appeals ruled Clabon Berniard's rights were violated during his first trial in a Craigslist murder. Derek Sanders has been in court every day and says it's opening wounds for his brother's family.
  • Spend a week as a lighthouse keeper at the tip of Dungeness Spit
    Rachel Belle | March 27, 2015 3:33 pm
    The Keeper Program is a working vacation.
  • Poll: Seahawks throwback jerseys?
    March 27, 2015 2:45 pm
    Ron and Don want to know if you'd like to see a Seahawks throwback jersey that replicates Steve Largent's.
  • Rainworks: Seattle sidewalk art that magically appears when it rains
    Rachel Belle | March 26, 2015 5:54 pm
    Next time you're walking in the rain, you might want to look down at the sidewalk. The artists of Rainworks use stencils and a waterproofing solution to write invisible messages on the city's sidewalks that only appear when it rains.
  • Lake Stevens family says system failed them, addicted teen spiraling out of control
    Josh Kerns | March 25, 2015 3:07 pm
    A Lake Stevens couple says their lives have been a living hell the past few years, and everyone from police to mental health providers have failed to provide the support they need to deal with their disturbed son.
  • 35 or older? Single? Want kids? Think about freezing your eggs
    Rachel Belle | March 24, 2015 5:42 pm
    Egg freezing is nothing new. But it has reentered the conversation now that companies like Facebook and Apple are offering to pay up to $20,000 for their female employees to do it. But what is new is the technology. Three years ago Seattle Reproductive Medicine started using new, advanced reproductive technology that ensures that most of the eggs are still in good shape when they're thawed out. Learn how much it costs and if it works.

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