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Union, watchdog groups to sue over worker safety at HanfordUnion, watchdog groups to sue over worker safety at HanfordA day after state AG announced plans to sue, a union and two watchdog groups unveiled similar lawsuit.
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Arlington cracks down on drugs and crimeArlington cracks down on drugs and crime"We're here to make life difficult for them and send the message that it won't be tolerated anymore," said Officer Ingram.
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City gives U-District Food Bank $250,000 for new centerCity gives U-District Food Bank $250,000 for new centerThe University District Food Bank says the money will help expand their operations and serve people more effectively.
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Social media reunites couple with stolen wedding albumSocial media reunites couple with stolen wedding albumDetectives found the album among items seized from a prolific package thief earlier in November.
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Tiny implant helps patients see againTiny implant helps patients see againMacular degeneration is the leading cause of severe vision loss in Americans 60 and older. But as Jean Enersen reports, a tiny telescope could change that.
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Ask Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson: School lunches and nutritionAsk Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson: School lunches and nutritionAbout a quarter of students don't have access to healthier options and when available, the healthier options aren't eaten.
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Police identify shooter in Florida State tragedyPolice identify shooter in Florida State tragedyThree people shot, gunman killed in rampage at school library.
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Sick Hanford workers told 'you're fine'Sick Hanford workers told 'you're fine'The system is focused on returning sickened workers to duty and denying them benefits to help those injured on the job.
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Graco recalls 4.7M strollers over amputation dangerGraco recalls 4.7M strollers over amputation dangerGraco is recalling 11 models of baby strollers, citing a finger tip amputation hazard.
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Seattle police body cam plan may be shelvedSeattle police body cam plan may be shelvedA public disclosure request for a daily list of camera recordings and 911 calls could be too much work for police agencies to handle.
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'Tis the season for scammers: online holiday safety'Tis the season for scammers: online holiday safetyWhen you hit the online cyber-sales this week, keep in mind not everyone has the best of intentions.
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Relatives of elderly rape victim seek justiceRelatives of elderly rape victim seek justiceRelatives of an elderly woman who police say was sexually assaulted by her caregiver are seeking justice.
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'World's Best Father' fixes Internet with Kim Kardashian parody'World's Best Father' fixes Internet with Kim Kardashian parodyParody is a refreshing chaser to Kim Kardashian's tacky photos.
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Keep your car, home prepared as winter creeps closerKeep your car, home prepared as winter creeps closerWith winter approaching, it's a good time to make sure your house and vehicle are prepared for snow and ice.
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Everett firefighter arrested in underage prostitution stingEverett firefighter arrested in underage prostitution stingAn Everett firefighter was arrested Wednesday for soliciting an undercover detective posing as an underage prostitute.
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The Bills are hiring shovelers to remove 220,000 tons of snowThe Bills are hiring shovelers to remove 220,000 tons of snowWith incredible amounts of snow piling up in Buffalo, the Bills are looking for a bit of help for $10 an hour. The franchise tweeted the request for shovelers on Wednesday afternoon as the city shovels out from
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Seattle councilmember Sawant arrested in minimum wage protestSeattle councilmember Sawant arrested in minimum wage protestSeattle councilwoman Kshama Sawant was arrested in a protest at Alaska Airlines headquarters, her office confirmed.
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10 Major Black Friday myths10 Major Black Friday mythsIt's time to bust the 10 biggest Black Friday misconceptions.
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Consumer Reports: Why rice is dangerous to feed your childrenConsumer Reports: Why rice is dangerous to feed your childrenConsumer Reports analyzed Food and Drug Administration data on more than 600 foods that contain rice and found some with worrisome levels of inorganic arsenic.
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Woodland Park Zoo announces plans to relocate elephantsWoodland Park Zoo announces plans to relocate elephantsTwo female Asian elephants Bamboo, 47, and Chai, 35, currently at the zoo will be moved to an accredited facility.
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New black market for beer?New black market for beer?Advice from Seattle beer lovers warning about a reported black market for rare brews.
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Blanchet soccer coach, math teacher dies at 41Blanchet soccer coach, math teacher dies at 41Bishop Blanchet math teacher and head boys soccer coach Chris Connors died Monday night after a battle with stomach cancer.
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New Brittany Maynard video released after deathNew Brittany Maynard video released after deathMaynard, who ended her own life under Oregon's Death with Dignity law, calls on more states to similar legislation.
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Multiple Orting fires are believed to be arsonMultiple Orting fires are believed to be arsonMore than a dozen fires are under investigation in Pierce County, and at least four are believed to be suspicious.
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Seahawks support silent star Marshawn LynchSeahawks support silent star Marshawn LynchCornerback Richard Sherman defended Lynch's discomfort with speaking in public, which was highlighted during the Seahawks' run last year to the Super Bowl.
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NFL deploys better stadium Wi-Fi, including CenturyLink FieldNFL deploys better stadium Wi-Fi, including CenturyLink FieldThe problem is the Wi-Fi at venues around the league sometimes falls short of the NFL's goal of enhancing the fan experience.
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Local lawmakers suggest separate road package from LegislatureLocal lawmakers suggest separate road package from LegislatureMembers of the Puget Sound Regional Council are preparing a new transportation plan, separate from a state road package.
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USA TODAY's John Waggoner gives you three bad reasons to buy gold, and one good reason go for the gold.
Three students were shot early Thursday at the Florida State University campus library before officers killed the gunman, Tallahassee police said. Around 300 to 400 students were inside the library cramming for exams when the shooting happened.
Amber Vinson, one of the Dallas nurses who was infected with Ebola, lost her engagement ring when her apartment was decontaminated. Now she has a new one and a fresh start.
Jay Leno talks about performing stand-up and helping soldiers.
TV host and model Janice Dickinson is the latest woman to accuse comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Dickinson told Entertainment Tonight that Cosby assaulted her in 1982. More than a dozen claims against Cosby are starting to affect his career.
Parts of Buffalo, New York are expected to see 90 inches of snow over a three-day period. Their usual average is 94 inches of snow per year.
The fans are weighing in on the NFL's decision to suspend Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson -- and it seems, the reactions are quite mixed.
Ferguson Burger Bar opened a day before Michael Brown was shot. In a city with rising fear ahead of the grand jury decision, Charles Davis and his wife say they are "not boarding up" while many shops have closed their doors.
Exactly one year after she injured her knee, Lindsey Vonn says she's ready and confident to come back and race again.
Dropping temperatures and lake-effect snow brought weather havoc to much of the North and East, with some areas battling snow measured in feet and whiteout highway conditions.