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  • Nowell, Carter lead Washington past Stanford 80-64

    SEATTLE (AP) — Jaylen Nowell scored 22 points, Nahziah Carter made 6 of 7 shots and added 13 points off the bench and Washington won its sixth straight game with an 80-64 victory over Stanford on Thursday night. The Huskies (13-4, 4-0 Pac-12) remained perfect early in conference play thanks to a big first-half by […]
  • Norvell leads No. 5 Gonzaga over Loyola Marymount 73-55

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Zach Norvell Jr. scored 17 points and No. 5 Gonzaga used a stout defense to beat Loyola Marymount 73-55 on Thursday night, the eighth consecutive win for the Bulldogs since a pair of losses knocked them out of the top spot in The AP Top 25. Brandon Clarke added 13 points, […]
  • Bob Ferguson

    State AG Ferguson: Navy dumps hazardous material into Puget Sound

    Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson says the U.S. Navy dumped hazardous waste including copper and zinc, into Puget Sound and must be stopped from doing it again.
  • Sounders land new jersey sponsor in online retailer Zulily

    SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Sounders have a new jersey sponsor after signing a multiyear deal with online retailer Zulily. The partnership was announced Thursday, along with Zulily’s deal to be the jersey sponsor for the Seattle Reign of the NWSL. The Sounders had been sponsored by Microsoft and Xbox since the club’s inaugural season […]
  • Washington hires Junior Adams as wide receivers coach

    SEATTLE (AP) — Washington has hired Junior Adams as its new wide receivers coach. Adams replaces Matt Lubick, who left coaching for a business opportunity in Colorado. Adams had served as the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky for the past two seasons but was part of the coaching staff that was let go after this […]
  • Seahawks sign former 1st-round QB Paxton Lynch

    RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The Seattle Seahawks are giving quarterback Paxton Lynch another chance in the NFL. Lynch’s signing Thursday throws the former first-round pick directly into the mix as a potential backup for Russell Wilson. Lynch was cut by the Denver Broncos before the start of the 2018 season. He started four games in […]
  • Recordings: Mother reported concerns before daughter slain

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The mother of a University of Utah track athlete who was killed in October by an ex-boyfriend can be heard telling campus police that she was worried for her daughter’s safety in audio recordings released Thursday. Jill McCluskey called on Oct. 10 to request a police escort for her daughter […]
  • Jury: Man guilty of shooting woman on Yakama reservation

    YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — A federal jury has found a man guilty of fatally shooting a 33-year-old woman on the Yakama Nation reservation. The Yakima Herald-Republic reports George Cloud on Thursday was found guilty of first-degree murder and using a firearm in a violent crime in the death of Felina Metsker of Harrah. The jury […]
  • Gov. Inslee to talk climate with former California governor

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Hours after a Senate committee held a public hearing on Gov. Jay Inslee’s proposal for utilities to provide carbon-free electricity by 2045, Inslee will meet with former California Gov. Jerry Brown to discuss climate change and clean energy. The Senate Environment, Energy and Technology held its first hearing on the measure […]
  • Pierce County pays deputy $950,00 over prosecutor lawsuit

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Pierce County Council members have voted to pay one of the last legal bills associated with former Prosecutor Mark Lindquist. The News Tribune reports that by a unanimous vote Tuesday, members agreed to pay $950,000 to retired sheriff’s deputy Glenda Nissen, ending an 8-year battle over Lindquist’s text messages and associated […]
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    Washington State Legislature weighs human composting measure

    Democratic State Senator Jaime Pedersen is proposing legislation to offer Washingtonians a couple new options for disposing of their remains after death.
  • Alki Beach murder

    Seattle Police are asking for your help solving an Alki Beach murder

    In June 2018, a man was murdered on a Saturday night near Alki Beach. Since then, police have been hard at work searching for a suspect, and are now asking for your help solving the case once and for all. 
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    Congressman Heck: ‘We are full blown into Manchurian Candidate territory’

    Washington Congressman Denny Heck expresses deep concerns that President Trump is closer to Russian influence than many realize. He is hoping an investigation will soon bring evidence to light.
  • Man found shot to death near Seattle identified; no arrests

    WHITE CENTER, Wash. (AP) — The King County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified a man found fatally shot on the side of a road just south of Seattle in White Center early Wednesday. The Seattle Times reports 53-year-old Martin A. Burton died from a gunshot wound and death investigators determined he died Tuesday, according to […]
  • 14 kids with measles in SW Washington; most not immunized

    VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — Officials say a measles outbreak in southwestern Washington has grown to 14 confirmed cases with three more suspected. Clark County health officials in Washington said Wednesday the confirmed cases include 12 children under 10 years old, and the remaining two are under 18. Officials say most were not immunized against the […]

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