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Oak Harbor parents prepare for funeral of a third daughter

The Halloween crash on Highway 20 that killed an Oak Harbor teenager has now claimed the life of her twin sister.

Price check: Where to find groceries for the best prices, quality

It's very likely you do something at least once, maybe twice, for some people it's three or more times a week that costs you an extra couple of thousand dollars a year because you don't think about it.

Report: Microsoft narrows its CEO search to five including Ford's Alan Mulally

The man behind Boeing, when the company was based in Seattle, might be returning to the Northwest according to an exclusive report.

Two years and 2,200 tips later, Bellevue toddler still missing

Bellevue police say they've exhausted all leads in the case of a Bellevue toddler reported missing two years ago.

One thing is the 'ultimate advantage' at work

For years the University of Washington has competitive degrees which admit a limited number of students. Now they're allowing the first competitive minor in entrepreneurship.

A mom's attempt to change Halloween by trick-or-treating for something else

Instead of going trick or treating, a mom is campaigning to have kids go door-to-door asking for something else.

City of Seattle to spend $1 million on waterfront public art

Seattle is putting out a call for the creation of public art along the Elliott Bay Seawall, and they have a $1 million budget to work with.

Seattle computer scientists perfect yoga instruction

Saving us the embarrassment of learning yoga in a public class, three UW computer scientists create a software program that watches a user's movements and gives verbal feedback.

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