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  • BYU women top No. 13 Gonzaga again, 66-64

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Shaylee Gonzales scored 19 points, Sara Hamson blocked two shots in the last minute and BYU ended No. 13 Gonzaga’s seven-game winning streak with a 66-64 victory on Saturday. It’s the second time this season the Cougars beat the Bulldogs by two points. After Hamson’s final block, which came with four […]
  • Ichiro back in M’s camp at 45 with chance to play at home

    PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) — At 45 and in spring training again, Ichiro Suzuki insists his focus is on each day and not the season-opening series back home in Japan. Suzuki says was he very satisfied with how things went during the first full-squad workout Saturday with the Seattle Mariners. The former MVP and 10-time All-Star […]
  • Police searching for man suspected of shooting woman

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. (AP) — Authorities in western Washington say they’re looking for a man who shot a woman multiple times in a hotel parking lot. Lakewood Police Lt. Chris Lawler tells the Seattle Times that the woman was shot at about 7:40 p.m. Friday by a man police believe to be her husband. He left […]
  • Increased avalanche danger in Cascades

    SEATTLE (AP) — Authorities say there’s an increased avalanche danger in some areas of the Cascade Mountains due to recent snowfall. The Northwest Avalanche Center tells KING-TV in a story on Friday that recent snowfall fell during warmer temperatures than the older snow beneath it. Officials say that creates a “strong over weak” situation and […]
  • Community groups call for more scrutiny on Amazon deal

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Community organizers, labor unions and a Seattle councilperson say Nashville’s deal with Amazon to build a downtown operations hub needs better scrutiny. During a town hall meeting on Friday, leaders discussed what the company’s proposed project could mean for the city. Seattle Councilwoman Teresa Mosqueda warned income inequality and lack of […]
  • Kitsap Sheriff's drug bust

    Local drug task force busts 19-year-old with 6,000 Xanax pills

    A multi-county drug task force -- including the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office -- executed a search warrant Thursday at the residence of a Puyallup 19-year-old in possession of 6,000 Xanax pills.
  • State Senate passes bill to abolish death penalty

    The Washington State Senate has passed a bill to abolish the death penalty, following a decision from the state Supreme Court ruling it unconstitutional.
  • Olympic Game Farm denies animal mistreatment

    SEQUIM, Wash. (AP) — The Olympic Game Farm has denied allegations of mistreatment of the approximately 300 animals at the roadside zoo in response to a federal lawsuit filed late last year by the Animal Legal Defense Fund. The Peninsula Daily News reports the response was filed this week in U.S. District Court in Tacoma. […]
  • Tim Eyman Office Depot chair theft

    Tim Eyman investigated for theft of $70 Office Depot chair

    Tim Eyman, a longtime Washington political figure known for his initiatives fighting government taxes and fees, is being investigated by Lacey police for theft of a $70 chair from Office Depot.
  • Bellevue

    Report: Amazon thought to be on verge of buying Bellevue property

    A report from the Puget Sound Business Journal Friday claimed that Amazon is zeroing in on a deal to buy its first property in Bellevue.
  • Man dies in Anacortes house fire

    ANACORTES, Wash. (AP) — Authorities have identified the body of a man found dead after a fire destroyed his home Thursday in Anacortes. The Skagit Valley Herald reports Rev. Dwight Woodruff of New Hope Christian Fellowship died in the blaze. Fire Chief Dave Oliveri says the fire was so intense when firefighters arrived, they couldn’t […]
  • Renton crash

    1 dead, 2 critically injured in Renton head-on crash

    One person was killed and two others were critically hurt in a crash in Renton Friday morning.
  • Viaduct demolition

    The Alaskan Way Viaduct officially starts to come down

    After initial delays related to snowstorms, the demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct finally began Friday, as crews started work to disassemble almost a mile and a half of roadway.
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    Candidates running for Seattle City Council in 2019

    There's a major upheaval expected on the Seattle City Council in 2019, and candidates are already putting their names in the hat. Here's a look at who's running.
  • Molina, Hristova lead Washington State over Washington 94-61

    PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Chanelle Molina had 18 points and 10 assists, Borislava Hristova added 18 points, five rebounds and seven assists, and Washington State beat Washington 94-61 on Friday night. The Cougars (9-16, 4-10 Pac-12) pulled away in the second quarter with an 18-3 run that made it 39-22 and went into the break […]

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