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What?! Seahawks 12th Man ranks ninth on Forbes' list of best NFL fans

A new Forbes ranking of the best fans in the NFL has the Seahawks 12th Man a little peeved. Fans who hold the world record for crowd noise only came in at ninth place.

Hold on to your wallets if you live in the City of Seattle

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray wants you to pay more than you already do. Here is what Ed Murray is going to ask for next: He wants the city council to plan a levy to help pay for police and fire service in Seattle.

Family fighting to reclaim dog mistakenly adopted out

An Eastern Washington family is in shock after learning the Humane Society mistakenly adopted out their missing dog and the new owner won't return him.

Video: A kayak sinking looks very traumatic

Watch this video of a man while his kayak sinks.

Group of Mercer Island residents wants out of King County Library System

A group of Mercer Island residents is filing a petition to break away from the King County Library System because they don't like the county's remodel plans and say their library is just fine the way it is.

Dori Monson completes the ice bucket challenge

Dori Monson got called out by two people to complete the ice bucket challenge, so he thought it was finally time to get it done.

Email sent by King County sheriff's captain is harmless

Amidst all the criticism of cops, something happening here locally is ridiculous. A King County sheriff's captain is getting flack for something he wrote in an email.

Are criminals taking over Seattle's Golden Gardens?

A man enjoying some time at Seattle's Golden Gardens Park was the victim of an armed carjacking Tuesday evening.

St. Louis police shoot, kill knife-wielding man

St. Louis police say officers shot and killed a 23-year-old African American man who was wielding a knife and refused to drop it.

Bainbridge teen ends tree-sit to block shopping center development

When Chiara D'Angelo-Patricio learned developers planned to cut down 800 trees for a new Bainbridge Island shopping center, she burst into tears. Now, she's taken to the treetops in hopes of halting the project.

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