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Body camera pilot program sparks privacy concernsBody camera pilot program sparks privacy concernsAs Seattle police roll out a preliminary timeline for the body camera pilot program questions about privacy surface.
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Grand jury charges are easy, except against policeGrand jury charges are easy, except against policeA grand jury of 12 men and women heard more than 70 hours of conflicting testimony.
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Best time to drive Thanksgiving weekend?Best time to drive Thanksgiving weekend?Thanksgiving travelers should expect longer-than-normal drive times on some routes throughout the holiday weekend, the Washington State Department of Transportation warns.
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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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Leaky wall leads to vintage discoveryLeaky wall leads to vintage discoveryBehind the exterior siding on a thrift store in Anacortes was an advertisement for Skagit Maid Ice Cream dating to WWII.
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Despite clashes, police report less Ferguson violenceDespite clashes, police report less Ferguson violencePolice car torched, but beefed up Guard helps contain widespread arson on 2nd night of protests
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Local pastor sees hope in wake of FergusonLocal pastor sees hope in wake of FergusonThe local chapters of the NAACP and clergy leaders helped organize a protest and march through Seattle Tuesday.
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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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Students, community continue marches in Seattle over FergusonStudents, community continue marches in Seattle over FergusonHigh school student and community members continue demonstrations in Seattle one day after the Ferguson grand jury decision.
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Solution to closed sidewalks? Open communicationSolution to closed sidewalks? Open communicationSDOT has a relatively new program that divides the city into construction hubs, each with its own coordinator.
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Missouri governor orders more Guard troops to FergusonMissouri governor orders more Guard troops to FergusonA day after riots following an announcement that a grand jury declined to indict Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon ordered additional National Guard to Ferguson.
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Driver leaves Puyallup reverend with life-threatening injuriesDriver leaves Puyallup reverend with life-threatening injuriesThe reverend of a Puyallup church is in a Tacoma hospital with multiple life-threatening injuries after he was hit by a driver police say may have been impaired.
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Lessons from upcoming 737 MAX being applied to current modelsLessons from upcoming 737 MAX being applied to current modelsSome changes for the MAX are already making their way into the current models of the 737.
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Promises made, promises keptPromises made, promises keptIn Tacoma, juvenile offenders are making a promise to turn their lives around, thanks to a program that's teaching them to build boats - and much more.
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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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West Seattle Students issue challenge to erase the N-wordWest Seattle Students issue challenge to erase the N-wordIt's a word heard in music, at school and at sporting events. Now, some West Seattle High School students want to cut it out.
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Father, young daughter found dead in an apparent murder-suicideFather, young daughter found dead in an apparent murder-suicideConcerned neighbors told investigators the father was acting suicidal Monday night.
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Ferguson grand jury documentsFerguson grand jury documentsWith the decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, the St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney's Office has released documents and evidence pertaining to the grand jury investigation.
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State pays wealthy landowner following wildfireState pays wealthy landowner following wildfireA KING 5 Investigation raises questions about DNR's actions in the months following the Carlton Complex fires.
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Hundreds of newts descend on Olympia man's yardHundreds of newts descend on Olympia man's yardAn Olympia area man's rural yard is crawling with hundreds of newts.
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Ferguson decision hits a nerve in SeattleFerguson decision hits a nerve in SeattleAs marchers moved through Seattle, the city's police chief emphasized the importance of peaceful demonstrations.
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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.
A Ferguson-related rally in Minneapolis turned scary when a car drove through a crowd of protesters, running over a woman's legs.
Police say a 17-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy were operating a prostitution ring out of their Florida high schools.
Two FBI agents were shot early Wednesday morning in north St. Louis County. The agents were responding to a situation involving a person barricaded inside the home.
Michael Brown, Sr. found out Darren Wilson hadn't been indicted shortly before the world did. Although he disagreed with the decision and how it was announced, he condemned any violence or negative actions in his son's name.
Protesters and demonstrators from across the country took to the streets Tuesday night in support of Michael Brown, the unarmed teen who was killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer.
With the decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, the St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney's Office has released documents and evidence pertaining to the grand jury investigation.
The Ferguson Burger Bar, which chose not to board its windows in the wake of unrest in the town, went unscathed Monday night after the grand jury's decision was announced.