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Seattle teens arrested in car dealership theftsSeattle teens arrested in car dealership theftsDetectives believe the three North Seattle teens are responsible for stealing several cars in Edmonds and possibly Lake City.
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Edmonds mom shoots home intruderEdmonds mom shoots home intruderMother of three shoots attempted home intruder in Edmonds.
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Some Ferguson protesters run onto I-5 in SeattleSome Ferguson protesters run onto I-5 in SeattlePolice say some demonstrators protesting the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri, got onto Interstate 5 in Seattle
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Tips for cooking the perfect turkeyTips for cooking the perfect turkeyCharged with cooking the Thanksgiving turkey? Lauren Thompson, chef d' cuisine at Cafe Juanita in Kirkland, shares tips on how to cook the perfect bird.
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Audit finds much progress, still some problems at DSHSAudit finds much progress, still some problems at DSHSNew audit finds much progress, still some problems, at DSHS
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Seattle church holds memorial for Michael BrownSeattle church holds memorial for Michael BrownThe First AME Church in Capitol Hill dedicated its annual pre-Thanksgiving service to Michael Brown, the teenager killed in Ferguson.
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'Forgotten' child now disabled for life'Forgotten' child now disabled for lifeA six-year-old boy is resigned to a life of struggle, and it all could have been prevented. A KING 5 Investigation into the state's failure of the child.
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Mistaken report of child in Cedar River leads to huge searchMistaken report of child in Cedar River leads to huge searchPolice say witnesses thought they saw a child in the water, but they were mistaken.
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Concrete Science Investigators probing mystery blockageConcrete Science Investigators probing mystery blockageSeattle officials say they're closer to solving the mystery of who put the concrete down the drain.
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Sherman and Baldwin go off on NFL at press conferenceSherman and Baldwin go off on NFL at press conferenceWith the help of a cardboard cutout, the Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin took digs at the NFL.
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Bobby Wagner 'the Russell Wilson' of Seahawks defenseBobby Wagner 'the Russell Wilson' of Seahawks defenseSunday's return of one of coach Pete Carroll's "heartbeat guys'' from a five-game absence made the biggest difference.
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Food drive honors fallen Lakewood police officersFood drive honors fallen Lakewood police officersDonations are going to the Emergency Food Network, in honor of four Lakewood officers shot and killed five years ago.
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Chef prepare 600 meals for homelessChef prepare 600 meals for homelessMichael Millro is preparing 600 Thanksgiving meals for the homeless at Bread of Life Mission in Pioneer Square.
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Sea-Tac passenger traffic to double over 20 yearsSea-Tac passenger traffic to double over 20 yearsTraffic at the airport is expect to hit a record 37 million passengers, nearly doubling that total in another 20 years.
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Snohomish Co. Deputy Executive accused of death threatsSnohomish Co. Deputy Executive accused of death threatsThe Snohomish County Council chair is calling for an investigation of workplace harassment against the deputy executive
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Bothell firefighter returns from Sierra LeoneBothell firefighter returns from Sierra LeoneA Bothell firefighter has just returned from Sierra Leone, where she helped in the massive effort to fight Ebola.
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Crosswaslk crash survivor on mission to make streets saferCrosswaslk crash survivor on mission to make streets saferBridget Halfaker was out for her daily walk with her 8-month-old baby last January. She was in the crosswalk traversing 200th Street in Lynnwood when a car ran right through it, hitting her and sending the two of them crashing to the pavement.
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Virtual Urgency Care provides 24/7 care wherever you areVirtual Urgency Care provides 24/7 care wherever you areThe newest kind of Urgency Care lets you do it without leaving home. You can even get a prescription if you need one.
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Seattle 3rd graders connect with seniorsSeattle 3rd graders connect with seniorsEvery other Thursday third graders from Assumption St. Bridget School visit Ida Culver House, an assisted living retirement community.
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SPD leaves most rape kit evidence on the shelfSPD leaves most rape kit evidence on the shelfIn Seattle, as in many cities across the country, the majority of rape kits are never tested.
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Seattle hot spots to take visiting loved ones this weekendSeattle hot spots to take visiting loved ones this weekendYou probably want to show them the sights, so you take them to the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, of course. Then what?
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Darren Wilson: 'No way' Brown had his hands upDarren Wilson: 'No way' Brown had his hands upGeorge Stephanopoulos crows about first interview with cleared Ferguson cop Darren Wilson.
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Flood warnings for several rivers; Mount Rainier Park evacuatedFlood warnings for several rivers; Mount Rainier Park evacuatedFlood warnings were issued for five Western Washington rivers as of noon Tuesday.
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Medal of Freedom widow: 'The struggle continues'Medal of Freedom widow: 'The struggle continues'A Seattle attorney who accepted the Medal of Freedom for her late husband believes the struggle to improve race relations is not over.
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Watch Seahawks vs. 49ers and 5th Quarter on KING 5Watch Seahawks vs. 49ers and 5th Quarter on KING 5The best rivalry in the NFL returns for a Thanksgiving Night tilt.
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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade brings holiday spirit to NYC.
The St. Louis County NAACP made a special delivery to business owners in Ferguson whose buildings were burned down by protesters.
Owner of a Ferguson antiques shop Jenice Andrews pleaded with looters not to destroy her business in Ferguson, unsuccessfully. She said her dream was shattered, but not broken."
Tyron Woodley a two-time All American wrestler at University of Missouri, who's also from Ferguson, Missouri, says he is outraged by what happened in his hometown.
This Thanksgiving, Ferguson residents say they are still looking at the good side of things and feeling "thankful" despite the violence and negativity.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday pardoned a turkey named Cheese in an annual Thanksgiving tradition at the White House. The President even petted the turkey. His daughters however, declined the invitation.
They may not have been able to go home for the holidays, but young soldiers at Fort Story were treated to an early Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings, with their new Army family.
This cross country team won the state championship in old, donated shoes. But someone who saw their story thought they deserved some brand new gear and decided to make it happen.
A family reconnects with the heartbeart of their son who in his death, gave the gift of life.
Despite the torching of a police car and dozens of arrests, police said a second night of protests was "much better" than the arson and widespread violence the night before. Protesters in Ferguson inspired demonstrations across the U.S.