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2:08 AM - Sunday, January 25, 2015
4 hour ago - The Seattle Times
In filing their tax returns this year, consumers will have to deal with health- insurance issues, especially if they received tax credits from buying policies from Washington Healthplanfinder.
4 hour ago - The Seattle Times
A 32-foot gray whale that turned up dead under the Washington state ferry terminal in downtown Seattle died earlier this week because it was struck by the propeller of a large vessel, according to the initial results of a necropsy completed Saturday.
4 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Steve Mccarron
The Seattle Seahawks will begin their long trip south to Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday morning for Super Bowl XLIX. Before they fly out, thousands of 12s will line the streets in SeaTac to give them a proper send-off.
4 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Mark Miller
Playing aggressively is one of the many talents that propelled the Seahawks to a second straight Super Bowl, but some fans are questioning whether it's fair to be so aggressive when it comes to trademarking the team's image.
1/23/2015 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Joel Connelly
Seattle City Council member Tom Rasmussen will not seek reelection, ending a City Hall career that has spanned more than a quarter-century during which he has been a councilman, council aide and director of the Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizen . . .
13 hour ago - The Seattle Times
Update, 3:25 p.m.: Puyallup police say the 40-year-old man who was arrested was believed to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested for investigation for vehicular assault due to significant injuries of the an 11-year-old girl.
13 hour ago - KOMO News
State agricultural officials say a new third strain of avian flu has been found in a wild duck in Whatcom County.
4 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Przemek Karnowski and Gary Bell Jr. each scored 13 points as Gonzaga jumped to a big early lead and routed Pacific 91-60, extending the nation's longest home winning streak to 36 games. Sabonis, a freshman, added eight rebounds and said coac . . .
1/23/2015 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Lynsi Burton
Elysian’s flagship location on Capitol Hill. Anheuser-Busch announced its pending purchase of the local brewery Friday. (Joshua Trujillo, seattlepi.com) We’ve lost local greats like Rainier and Pyramid to larger beer conglomerates. Now another . . .
1/23/2015 - The Seattle Times
Police are looking for two women and a man suspected  of robbing four other people at gunpoint and taking several items, including clothing, in an International District park Friday afternoon.
19 hour ago - KOMO News
Starbucks Corp. CEO Howard Schultz received a 24 percent increase in his compensation package for 2014.
1/23/2015 - The Seattle Times
The federal government has granted Washington state a temporary extension from enforcement of tough new requirements for proof of U.S. residency for driver’s licenses and other government-sanctioned ID.
1/23/2015 - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Lynsi Burton
Police arrested a suspected car thief Thursday night after a stolen vehicle crashed in downtown Seattle. A patrol officer was searching for a stolen car in his patrol vehicle downtown about 9:30 p.m. when he found the Dodge Dart in question nea . . .
16 hour ago - KOMO News
A thirst for craft beer helped hop growers produce their largest crop of hops in five years.
4 hour ago - Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Dennis Georgatos
(AP) — Colorado rebounded from a last-second loss to Washington on Thursday night by jumping to an early double-digit lead and never letting Washington State into the game in the Buffaloes' next time out. Askia Booker scored 21 points to lea . . .
1/23/2015 - The Seattle Times
Labor strife at seaports along the West Coast prompted thousands of dockworkers to rally against employers they say are trying to exploit a crisis of cargo congestion at harbors that handle about $1 trillion worth of goods annually.
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