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Cards' Fitzgerald says left knee 'a little better'

Arizona's eight-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald says his injured left knee is "a little better" and that he is optimistic that he will be able to play when the Cardinals face the Seahawks in Seattle on Sunday.

Crew finds 150-ton boulder likely left by glacier

Workers digging an underground garage for a new hotel in Everett, Washington, recently struck something big about 30 feet below the surface.

Inslee to GOP senators: Bring solutions on climate

Gov. Jay Inslee has challenged two Republican senators to "do more than just criticize and mischaracterize actions" being considered to reduce carbon pollution.

Everett firefighter arrested in prostitution ring

An Everett firefighter was arrested in Seattle this week for investigation of sex crimes involving a minor.

Seattle City Council to speed Green Lake toxic algae cleanup, prevent closures

In the wake of toxic algae blooms that have closed Green Lake over the past several summers, the Seattle City Council is stepping up efforts to speed cleanup and prevent closures for years to come.

Washington school shooter's texts turned dark

A detective investigating the high school shooting in Washington state that left five teens dead says in court papers that the young shooter's texts turned dark the week before he opened fire, with references to his funeral and the message: "Bang bang I'm dead."

Immigrants in Wash. wait for Obama's decision

On the eve of President Barack Obama's announcement on his plan to use executive action to partially change to the nation's immigration system, immigrants rallied outside a federal building in Seattle.

State panel approves ski expansion

The Washington Parks and Recreation Commission has approved expansion of downhill skiing on Mount Spokane.

2nd lawsuit planned over Hanford vapors

A second group has announced its intention to file a lawsuit over the exposure of some Hanford Nuclear Reservation workers to harmful vapors.

1 killed, 5 wounded in Pasco shootings

One person has been killed and five wounded in three shootings within 24 hours in Pasco.

Winter weather wreaks havoc

Winter storms were causing problems across the state on Thursday.

'Picasso' sketchbook auctioned for $112,500

A sketchbook with drawings in the style of Picasso was auctioned for the Washington State Department of Revenue for $112,500.

Suspect arrested in fatal Lakewood home invasion

Police have arrested one suspect in a violent home invasion in Lakewood where they believe another suspect was fatally wounded.

Groups call for closure of nuke plant

Two Seattle-based groups are calling for the closure of the Northwest's only commercial nuclear power plant.

1 suspect arrested, 1 still sought in fatal Lakewood home invasion

Police have arrested a teenager in that home invasion robbery in Lakewood this week in which the homeowner shot one of three attackers.

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