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Police: James Bond wannabe arrested after tryst in downtown Seattle

A James Bond wannabe was arrested in downtown Seattle Wednesday morning after a bizarre course of events.

Safeco Field vendor issues statement on CEO accused of abusing dog

The CEO of a catering company, whose client list includes Safeco Field, allegedly abused a dog in an elevator last month. His employer has now issued a statement.

Insurance commissioner OKs 10 insurers for 2015

People in Washington who buy their own health insurance through the state's health exchange will have more choices next year and will only see a small rate increase.

Washington test scores hold steady over 3 years

Washington public school students are doing about as well on state tests as they have done over the past few years.

Port of Seattle picks Tacoma native as new CEO

A Tacoma native and former PACCAR executive is the choice to lead the Port of Seattle.

Rolled semi-truck snarled traffic all day Wednesday

Traffic was snarled all day and into the evening commute for a rollover crash on I-5 in South Seattle Wednesday morning.

Marijuana retailer sued for trademark infringement

A marijuana-shop owner in Ephrata, Wash., is being sued by a media empire that labels itself as the biggest brand name in pot.

Report: NHL planning expansion, including team in Seattle

Seattle may be getting an NHL team by 2017, according to a tweet from Howard Bloom of Sports Business News.

2 Puget Sound schools install bus cameras

Two Puget Sound school districts are installing cameras on their school buses to catch drivers who speed around them.

Snohomish County has no plan to relieve chokepoint on 164th

It's one of the worst spots in south Snohomish County and it's only going to get worse with development. We're talking 164th between Lynnwood and Mill Creek.

Multiple cars catch fire at Spokane used car lot

The Spokane Fire Department says multiple cars caught fire in a used car lot early Wednesday.

Seahawks LB Pierre-Louis fits the mold, but brings pet reptiles, humor to Seattle

The Seahawks have a knack for finding diamonds in the rough. The findplayers deep in the draft that other teams have overlooked, like K.J. Wright and Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith.

Jefferson County sheriff going through transition

A Jefferson County sheriff's deputy with 21 years on the job will serve as acting sheriff when the current sheriff resigns to take a police chief's job.

Seattle motorcycle crash leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

The Washington State Patrol says a motorcycle rider is dead and his passenger seriously injured after an early morning crash on the West Seattle freeway,

Elwha River is free: Washington dams are rubble

Nothing but rubble is left of the dams blocking the Elwha River. The last bit of concrete structure was demolished on Tuesday.

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