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Man, woman found dead in Kennewick home

Benton County officials say a man and a woman found dead in a Kennewick, Washington, home may have died from inhaling toxic fumes.

Sheriff: Burglar flees home, leaves shoes behind

It's not exactly a Cinderella story, but the Grant County sheriff's office says a man accused of burglarizing a Moses Lake, Washington, home and fleeing without his shoes has been arrested -- and acknowledges the footwear is his.

Yakima teen arrest in phone threats

Police in Yakima, Washington, say they've arrested a 16-year old boy accused of making threatening phone calls to area businesses after being inspired by what he saw on the Internet.

Even top NFL teams have taken steps back

and a few other NFL teams who either won't be going to the playoffs or don't deserve to -- clearly have taken a step back this season.

Flowers, candles removed from Marysville-Pilchuck High School fence

It took a little more than one hour for students and staff at Marysville-Pilchuck High School to clear a chain link fence of impromptu tributes to the victims of last month's campus shooting.

Former Seahawk Lawyer Milloy offers unique view of 12th Man flag raising

Most of us will never get the chance to raise the 12th Man flag at CenturyLink Field. But thanks to a camera attached to Lawyer Milloy's head, we can get a pretty good idea what it's like.

WSU students asked to have mumps vaccination

Washington State University is asking students to make sure their measles, mumps and rubella vaccinations are up to date before they return from the Thanksgiving break.

Road rage shooting on I-405 near Renton

A driver told the Washington State Patrol he was shot by another driver on Interstate 405 early Sunday near Renton.

Protesters take to streets of Seattle following Ferguson decision

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Seattle Monday evening after a grand jury in Missouri declined to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting that left 18-year-old Michael Brown dead and sparked weeks of unrest in August.

Man dies in logging accident near Forks

A man has been killed in a logging accident on the Washington coast.

Cosby appearance in Yakima canceled

An appearance by embattled comedian Bill Cosby in Yakima has been canceled amid numerous allegations of sexual assault.

Mudslide stops passenger trains south of Everett

A mudslide Monday morning south of Everett has temporarily suspended passenger rail service between Seattle and Everett.

Navy to decommission 2 more ships in Puget Sound

The Navy recently decommissioned the guided missile frigate USS Ingraham at Everett. It will be towed to Bremerton and scrapped.

Legal opinion: No permission needed for body cams

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says police don't need permission to record their interactions with citizens using cameras worn on their uniforms.

Fawn treated as pet back in the wild in Washington

A fawn that was once treated as a pet with a rhinestone collar is back in the wild after being rehabbed at Center Valley Animal Rescue in Quilcene.

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