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Armed home invasion in north Seattle

Police are looking for two men who forced their way into a north Seattle home late Tuesday night, fought with an 84-year-old homeowner and fled with a woman's purse.

Burien Transit Center fight; 2 taken to hospital

Officers say two people have been hospitalized after a fight Tuesday night at the transit center in the south Seattle suburb of Burien.

President signs bill protecting Wash. landmark

Members of Washington's congressional delegation say President Obama has signed legislation protecting the popular Green Mountain Lookout in the Glacier Peak Wilderness.

Quinault Nation to reopen Lake Quinault

The president of the Quinault Indian Nation says the tribe has decided to reopen Lake Quinault to nontribal use under new regulations.

Fielder ends HR drought, Rangers beat M's 5-0

Prince Fielder ended his Texas home run drought, and Robbie Ross finally got some help from the offense as a starter.

$1.3M settlement in Wash. jail death claim

The family of a woman who died of a lung infection at the Snohomish County Jail has settled a damage claim for $1.3 million.

Man arrested in aunt's death held on $2M bail

A King County District Court judge has ordered a 53-year-old man held on $2 million bail in the slaying of the 72-year-old aunt with whom he lived in the Seattle suburb of Bellevue.

Kreidler to meet with Obama on health care reform

Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler is traveling to Washington, D.C. to discuss health care reform issues with President Barack Obama.

Soldier, nephew of Oso slide victims, found dead

A soldier found dead in the woods near Olympia was the nephew of two presumed victims of last month's devastating landslide in Washington state.

Dish to refund $2M to Washington state customers

Dish Network Corp. will reimburse Washington state customers about $2 million for a surcharge officials called deceptive, but the satellite TV provider denied wrongdoing in the agreement announced Tuesday by the state attorney general's office.

State helping protect landowners in wildfire zones

Though it might not look it, it's officially wildfire season in Washington and some landowners in fire-prone areas are taking advantage of a strategy to reduce their risk.

Russell Wilson, Seahawks keep busy in offseason California workouts

You could forgive Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson if he took it easy during the off-season. But it's pretty clear from some Instagram videos he just posted that Wilson and some of his teammates aren't resting on their Super Bowl champion laurels.

Group seeking $15 minimum wage doesn't start their workers at $15 an hour

Check out the starting pay for a group that wants to raise the minimum wage in Seattle.

Prosecutor's office explains why Seattle firefighters won't face felony charges in alleged homeless beating

Two Seattle firefighters accused of beating two homeless men in Pioneer Square will not be facing felony charges from the King County Prosecutors Office.

Poll: Competing gun initiatives in Washington could pass

A new poll on two competing gun initiatives on the November ballot shows that both could pass, indicating voter confusion over what the conflicting background check measures do.

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