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Bill Cosby's April performance in Tacoma canceled

Bill Cosby's April performance at the Broadway Center in Tacoma, Washington, has been canceled.

Online effort to save Seattle's beloved Paseo cancelled

Efforts to revive Seattle's beloved sandwich shop Paseo have been cancelled.

Fitzgerald a game-time decision against Seahawks

Arizona coach Bruce Arians says it will be a game-time decision as to whether Larry Fitzgerald will play against the Seahawks in Seattle on Sunday.

Bill Cosby's Tacoma show cancelled

Bill Cosby's April show in Tacoma has been cancelled amidst a growing uproar over allegations that he sexually assaulted several women in the past.

Immigrant advocate: Many left out by Obama action

One day after President Barack Obama announced his executive action on immigration, advocates and immigrants gathered outside the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma to highlight those left out.

Driver fleeing Bremerton police dies in crash

Police say a suspected drunken driver fleeing from an officer at high speed died when he crashed into the side of a church in Bremerton.

Seahawks' Doug Baldwin wants to be known as far more than just 'angry'

After several years being known as "Angry Doug," Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin wants you to know there's a lot more to him.

Tool to help track changes in ocean chemistry

A new research tool is allowing scientists to better track changes in ocean chemistry along the U.S. West Coast.

Father wants public's help in keeping drunk driver who killed his son behind bars

A father whose son's life was cut short by a drunk driver wants the public's help to make sure the man responsible serves his full time in prison.

Bowl eligibility at stake as Huskies host Beavers

Mike Riley asked for a show of hands in the meeting room. He wanted everyone who was on the field for one of the worst losses in his coaching tenure at Oregon State to acknowledge they were there.

Eastern Washington home looks like Monticello

An Eastern Washington University faculty member who grew up in Virginia and has always been fascinated with Thomas Jefferson is building a home that looks like Jefferson's Monticello.

Police rescue young woman held hostage in Yakima

It's unclear why a man took two strangers hostage before killing himself in a police standoff at a home Thursday night in the West Valley area of Yakima.

Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll not ruling out using Richard Sherman at wide receiver

Richard Sherman proclaims himself the best corner in the game, but how would he fare at wide receiver?

Caregiver charged with rape in "nanny cam" case

A 67-year-old adult caregiver has been charged with rape after the victim's daughter captured video of the alleged sex act on a hidden camera.

Longview council rejects plan to fix water odor

The Longview City Council voted down a proposal to spend $350,000 to make the city's tap water look, smell and taste better.

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