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Vancouver council OKs new oil terminal moratorium

The Vancouver, Washington, City Council has approved an emergency six-month moratorium on new or expanded facilities that would accept crude oil.

Police: Seattle teen attacked by former classmates

Seattle police say a 13-year-old boy was punched, kicked and stomped by a trio of former classmates that the teen had switched schools to avoid.

Charges filed in fatal Bremerton crash

A 26-year-old man has been charged with vehicular homicide and vehicular assault in a traffic crash that killed one pedestrian and critically injured another near Bremerton, Washington.

Garage fire at Wash. joint military base

A Joint Base Lewis-McChord spokesman says fire crews have contained a garage blaze that broke out Thursday evening in a housing area at the base near Tacoma, Washington.

Winds fan wildfire that damages 3 Washington homes

High winds and warm temperatures are challenging Northwest firefighters, especially in the typically windy Columbia River Gorge where a windblown wildfire on the Washington side damaged three homes and smoke from a fire on the Oregon side temporarily restricted traffic on Interstate 84.

Man accused of stealing purses at Wash. library

A 29-year-old man accused of grabbing purses from two women in their 70s -- and knocking one of them to the ground -- outside a Tacoma-area library has pleaded not guilty.

Northern lights could dazzle Seattle sky this weekend

Seattle area sky watchers could get a rare treat this weekend - a visit from the cosmic light show commonly known as the northern lights.

Man drops from I-5 overpass; 2 injured

Officials in Seattle say both a 25-year-old man who dropped from an Interstate 5 overpass onto a passing vehicle and the driver of that vehicle have been injured.

Teen bullies viciously attack former classmate who transferred to avoid them

Seattle police have arrested two teen bullies and are seeking a third who viciously attacked a 13-year-old former classmate who transferred schools to get away from them.

Russell Wilson carries tune, Seahawks against Chargers

Russell Wilson knows a lot more about the San Diego Chargers than you might think.

Flight delayed, person detained at Sea-Tac

The Port of Seattle says a Southwest Airlines flight to Denver was delayed just before takeoff following an unspecified security incident involving a passenger.

Study says med school feasible in Spokane

Washington State University is well-positioned to develop an accredited medical school in the near future with a relatively modest investment from the state.

Microsoft-co-founder Paul Allen joins Ebola fight

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has announced he is expanding his efforts to help fight the Ebola outbreak in Africa with a $9 million donation to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Bear seen around Tacoma caught near Tacoma Dome

A bear that has been lumbering around Tacoma for several days has been caught downtown and tranquilized.

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