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  • Seattle spends $30K to sponsor Special Olympics this July

    The 2018 Special Olympics USA Games will come to Seattle July 1-6, bringing tens of thousands of people with it. The city is now an official sponsor, spending thousands of dollars on the event.
  • Man arrested after racist rant in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood

    A man was arrested Friday after he went on a very public and racist rant in Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood.
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    Nudity in Seattle: It’s not just for Solstice Parades

    If you're wondering why there are more nude people riding bicycles through Fremont this weekend than normal, just know it's normal.
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    Seattle Navigation Team clears homeless camp near I-90; some refuse shelter

    Seattle police officers with the Navigation Team spent Friday clearing about a dozen people from an unsanctioned homeless camp near I-90 and Rainier Avenue.
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    Will threat to Seattle tourism spark fiercer homeless response?

    Will the homeless crisis have a negative effect on Seattle tourism? Visitors are starting to noticed the growing issue, especially when they are attacked by it.
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    SeaTac, Tukwila: We are not sending homeless to Seattle

    Councilmember Sally Bagshaw alleged that SeaTac and Tukwila were driving homeless people to downtown services centers in Seattle. Those cities say that is far from the truth.
  • Span has key pinch hit as Mariners rally past Red Sox, 7-6

    SEATTLE (AP) — Denard Span’s pinch-hit double in the eighth inning scored two runs, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 7-6 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night. Span, hitting for Guillermo Heredia with one out, hit a liner to the right-field corner after Ryon Healy walked and Ben Gamel singled to left. […]
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    45-pound catfish in Green Lake? City and state weigh in

    A fisherman pulled a 45-pound catfish from Green Lake Saturday afternoon in what may be the largest fish caught there.
  • Howard scores career-high 25, Storm beat Sun 103-92

    SEATTLE (AP) — Natasha Howard scored a career-high 25 points, Breanna Stewart had 23 points, nine rebounds, four assists and three steals, and the Seattle Storm beat the Connecticut Sun 103-92 on Friday night. Seattle had two four-point possessions in the fourth quarter, the last for a 93-84 lead. The Storm had only one field […]
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    Mother of Lindsey Baum says her efforts are now dedicated to finding killer

    The mother of Lindsey Baum, the 10-year-old who disappeared in 2009, spoke out Thursday for the first time since remains found last fall were positively identified as her daughter's.
  • SR 509, Sea-Tac shooting

    Days before vehicles shot at near Sea-Tac, a similar crime was reported

    Prior to four vehicles being hit by gunfire along State Route 509, another vehicle was hit. The driver says it sounded like something slapped his truck very hard.
  • Judge temporarily halts certain bear hunts on timberland

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — A Thurston County judge has granted a temporary injunction to stop Washington wildlife managers from issuing new permits to kill black bears on private timberland using certain hunting methods. The Center for Biological Diversity sued the Department of Fish and Wildlife last month, alleging it exploits narrow exceptions to two voter-approved […]
  • Wanted man hides in attic, falls through ceiling in Spanaway

    SPANAWAY, Wash. (AP) — Authorities say a 47-year-old man wanted on an arrest warrant for a probation violation fell through a ceiling while trying to hide in an attic space. The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department said Friday that the man was booked into the Pierce County Jail on the warrant and for investigation of assaulting […]
  • Ex-worker guilty of raping disabled woman at center

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A former supervisor at a state-run center for people with developmental disabilities has been found guilty of trying to rape a client. A jury in Pierce County Superior Court found 62-year-old Terry Shepard guilty of second-degree attempted rape and indecent liberties on Wednesday. Shepard was accused of having sex with a […]
  • Archivists racing to save records after Aberdeen fire

    ABERDEEN, Wash. (AP) — Washington state archivists and others are trying to save historic artifacts after a fire destroyed the armory building in Aberdeen that housed the Aberdeen History Museum. The June 9 fire destroyed exhibits, including one of Kurt Cobain. Nirvana frontman grew up in Aberdeen about 100 miles from Seattle. Water also damaged […]

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