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3:41 AM - Sunday, May 24, 2015
7 hour ago - The Seattle Times / Pia Hallenberg
Starting at the funeral of an old friend, when he couldn’t bear the idea of using a recording of taps, retired Army Reserve Lt. Col. Philip Kowzan has played taps at more than 1,200 funerals.
14 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A 53-year-old Tacoma man was fatally shot early Saturday in Federal Way, and police in the afternoon announced a search for a suspect. About 2:10 a.m., Federal Way police received 911 calls about shots fired in the area of 1400 S. 304th Street. . . .
5/22/2015 - The Seattle Times / Associated Press
Tacoma police say a mental health patient assaulted three staff members, carjacked a woman and tried to run down two police officers, prompting one to open fire.
10 hour ago - KREM
Here are 10 fast facts about Memorial Day, a holiday honoring American soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country:        
14 hour ago - KOMO News
Pacific Lutheran University students will have a royal visit at their graduation: King Harald V of Norway will deliver the commencement address.
7 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Mark Moschetti
SEATTLE (AP) — Sporting Kansas City was down one of its top scorers, so it was up to Tim Melia and the defense to keep the Seattle Sounders off the scoreboard. Sporting KC scratched second-leading scorer Dom Dwyer just before the game becaus . . .
5/22/2015 - KOMO News
Woodland Park Zoo officials are mourning the Friday death of an elderly gorilla who had lived at the zoo since 1968.
5/23/2015 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer
A Friday afternoon explosion in the backyard of a Enumclaw house left two young boys with "significant injuries," according to the Enumclaw Fire Department.
17 hour ago - KOMO News
A Lewiston man charged with knifing his drinking partner to death will be held in jail without bond.
5/22/2015 - The Seattle Times
ABERDEEN, Wash. (AP) — Police in Aberdeen, Washington, say they have taken a woman into custody after a nearly nine-hour standoff at a home where officers found a body on the porch. Police found the body when they responded Friday afternoon to . . .
21 hour ago - The Seattle Times / Phuong Le
SEATTLE (AP) — As the climbing season gets underway on Mount Rainier, a specialized rescue team has been training to be ready when things go wrong on the 14,411-foot peak. Last year, nearly 11,000 people tried to scale Washington state’s highes . . .
16 hour ago - The Seattle Times
BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) — Two people have chained themselves to a support ship that is part of Royal Dutch Shell’s exploratory oil drilling plans and currently moored in Washington state. Eric Ross of the Backbone Campaign said on Saturday morni . . .
5/22/2015 - KOMO News
A Lakewood man has pleaded not guilty to first-degree child assault after police say he severely beat his 2-year-old daughter and dangled her from a third-floor balcony for throwing up her oatmeal.
5/22/2015 - MyNorthwest.com - L
Olympia Police Chief Ronnie Roberts said that race did 'not play a factor' in the Thursday morning when a white police officer shot unarmed two young black men.
5/22/2015 - KOMO News
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a petition from Yellowstone Club founder Tim Blixseth to be released from a Montana jail after he was found in contempt of court.
13 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Ian Harrison
TORONTO (AP) — Canadian James Paxton wasn't even 10 pitches into his second start in his home country when manager Lloyd McClendon came to the mound for a quick chat. McClendon didn't like what he'd seen from Paxton, who'd given up a double . . .
20 hour ago - KREM
They saw a couple and their 19-year-old son about 180 yards away with a gun.        
5/22/2015 - The Seattle Times / Jeff Barnard
Government hunters have begun scouting an island at the mouth of the Columbia River as they prepare to shoot thousands of hungry seabirds to stop them from eating baby salmon. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers spokeswoman Diana Fredlund said hunters . . .
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