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    WSU study: Babies of cannabis-using rats show negative cognitive effects

    A new WSU study found that the offspring of cannabis-using rats showed negative cognitive effects when they grew up.
  • Romaine lettuce e. coli outbreak

    Holiday E. coli outbreak should look familiar to Washington

    If an E. coli outbreak during the holiday season seems familiar, that's because this isn't the first time this particular strain has hit Washington state.
  • Crystal Mountain ski resort

    Crystal Mountain opens its slopes to skiers for Thanksgiving weekend

    Looking to hit the slopes over the Thanksgiving holiday? Here's everything you need to know from each major Washington state ski resort before heading out of town for the weekend. 
  • war on drivers

    Ross: What about the War on Drivers in Seattle?

    You've likely heard of the war on cars around Seattle. But what about the War on Drivers themselves? That war is happening on a national scale.
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    ‘Cold:’ Secret audio, video recordings of Josh and Steven Powell revealed

    Josh Powell, the lone suspect in the presumed murder of his wife, Susan, kept a hidden chronicle of his life. He, like his father, maintained private journals.
  • Police: Suspected arsonist arrested after several fires in North Seattle

    Police arrested a man suspected of setting at least eight fires in North Seattle on Tuesday morning. Police said at about 5:30 a.m., witnesses called 911 to report fires in neighborhoods near Green Lake.
  • King County to build new $3 million facility for homeless

    The King County Council approved $3 million to build a brand new facility for homeless families. The need to help homeless families in south King County is critical, the County Council said.
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    Seattle officer fired for punching woman during arrest could be reinstated

    A Seattle police officer fired for punching a woman during an arrest after she kicked him in the head could be reinstated, following a decision by an independent arbitrator.
  • Man pleads not guilty in deadly stabbing at Seattle Center

    SEATTLE (AP) — Bail has been denied for the man accused of stabbing to death a woman in front of their son at Seattle Center. KCPQ-TV reports David Lee Morris pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a first-degree murder charge in the death of Gabriella Garcia earlier this month. Authorities say in court documents that Morris […]
  • thanksgiving

    The Turkey Day Storm of 1983 that ruined countless dinners

    A particular blustery Thanksgiving 35 years ago featured a badly-timed windstorm that wreaked havoc on electric ovens throughout Western Washington, and dashed the festive dinner plans of countless local residents.
  • Washington trooper helps deliver baby girl on interstate

    EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — A Washington State Patrol trooper helped deliver a baby on the side of an interstate after the newborn arrived before the couple could make it to the hospital. The Daily Herald reports the mother and father called 911 and parked on the side of Interstate 5 between Lynnwood and Everett early […]
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    Bikeshare battle: Which service will you use in Seattle?

    Bikeshares are quickly growing in Seattle with Uber, Lyft, and Lime all competing for bikeshare customers. What does each service have to offer?
  • Kalscheur’s late 3 lifts Minnesota past Washington 68-66

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Gabe Kalscheur made a challenged 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left, lifting Minnesota to a 68-66 win over Washington in the final of the Vancouver Showcase on Wednesday. Washington led 66-65 and had possession, but Jaylen Nowell was called for an offensive foul with 12.8 seconds left. Minnesota didn’t appear to […]
  • Police: Hate crime committed against gay man from Cameroon

    SEATTLE (AP) — Police say a man was attacked outside his Seattle apartment and that his mother was also assaulted in Cameroon after the man’s house guest released intimate photos of him and his husband to members of the Cameroon community. The Seattle Times reports Christian Djoko of Bothell and Rodrigue Fodjo-Kamden of Lynnwood were […]
  • The Latest: No.8 Auburn beats Arizona 73-57 in Maui

    LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) — The Latest on the Maui Invitational (all times local): 8:37 p.m. Bryce Brown scored 19 points, Malik Dunbar added 15 and No. 8 Auburn pulled away from Arizona to win the Maui Invitational third-place game 73-57 Wednesday night. Auburn (5-1) gave top-ranked Duke its first real test of the season in […]

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