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  1. Pres. Obama visits Oso, meets families, responders

    Pres. Obama visits Oso, meets families, responders

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday took an aerial tour of Oso, one month to the day that a landslide killed at least 41 people. The president then met with families and first responders.

  2. Widower fights to close deceased wife's cell phone account

    Widower fights to close deceased wife's cell phone account

    A Lake Stevens man loses his wife to cancer and he can’t close her cell phone account. He’s paid it off and now the provider has sent him to collections. Not sure what to do next, he decided to Get Jesse

  3. $40 million lawsuit against Seahawks, NFL for selective ticket sales

    $40 million lawsuit against Seahawks, NFL for selective ticket sales

    A Nevada man is suing the Seattle Seahawks and the NFL for $40 million after the team limited the states from which fans could buy tickets to the NFC Championship Game last season.

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  5. Voters reject King County transportation measure

    Voters reject King County transportation measure

    Initial returns tallied Tuesday night showed the proposal failing 55 percent to 45 percent. Proposition 1 seeks a $60 car-tab fee and a one-tenth-of-a-cent increase in the sales tax. 60 percent of the money raised would go to Metro Transit.

  6. Report: Seahawks close to making Sherman top-paid CB

    Report: Seahawks close to making Sherman top-paid CB

    Sources tell CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora that the contract will be worth more than $13 million per season, surpassing the one year, $12 million deal Darrelle Revis just signed with the New England Patriots.

  7. Why even $1M may not be enough for retirement

    Why even $1M may not be enough for retirement

    That's not to say that no one could live on savings of $1 million. It all depends on your lifestyle — the one you're living now, and the one you want to live in retirement.

  8. Seattle police accountability chief forced from officer-involved shooting

    Seattle police accountability chief forced from officer-involved shooting

    The director of Seattle's Office of Professional Accountability, tasked with handling public complaints about possible police misconduct, was asked to leave the scene of an officer-involved shooting three weeks ago.

  9. Russell Wilson is now Seahawks' third-highest paid QB

    Russell Wilson is now Seahawks' third-highest paid QB

    As a result of Monday’s trade for Terrelle Pryor, the Seattle Seahawks now have two quarterbacks on their roster who will make more money in 2014 than Super Bowl winner and starter Russell Wilson.

  10. Mechanic rebuilds customer's trust in industry

    Mechanic rebuilds customer's trust in industry

    Imagine taking your car in for an oil change and not getting your car back for months. Even worse, the shop went bankrupt and left your engine dismantled. It happened to an area woman who had no choice but to call Jesse.

  11. Three Seattle restaurants plan to go national

    Three Seattle restaurants plan to go national

    Restaurants specializing in pizza, barbecue and doughnuts think they have what it takes to go national. Top Pot Donuts, Mod Pizza and Pecos Pit Barbecue all have big expansion plans.

  12. Burned ponies

    Heroic pony saves her foal from barn fire

    If you ever question what a mother will do for her child, think of these two ponies. Bella used her body to shield Butterscotch from the advancing flames of a barn fire. Both survived, but the horses are now being treated for burns.

  13. The 10 best and worst items to buy online

    The 10 best and worst items to buy online

    From appliances to homes, cars and a spouse, these are the best and worst items to browse for online.

  14. Parents share heartbreak over loss of toddler

    Parents share heartbreak over loss of toddler

    Just two days after laying their one year old son to rest., Jason and Robin Person share their heartbreak publicly for the first time.

  15. Decreasing Showers in the Morning

    Decreasing Showers in the Morning

    Radar shows some showers this morning. Decreasing after sunrise. Some sunbreaks in the afternoon.

  16. Oso prepares for a visit from Pres. Obama

    Oso prepares for a visit from Pres. Obama

    President Obama will visit Oso on Tuesday as the community marks a month since the devastating landslide. The President plans to meet with families of landslide victims, as well as first responders.

  17. Daughters of Oso landslide victims give gift to President Obama

    Daughters of Oso landslide victims give gift to President Obama

    It was just two days ago that the bodies of Steve and Theresa Harris were found buried in debris at the site of the landslide. On Tuesday, their daughters were among the families who met with President Obama during his visit to Oso.

  18. Which U.S. city is the funniest?

    Which U.S. city is the funniest?

    Two cities from the Northwest, Seattle and Portland, made it into the Top 10.

  19. Oso fire chief is still rebuilding community

    Oso fire chief is still rebuilding community

    One month after the Oso landslide, the rural fire chief who was one of the first to respond, is still finding that he is in full response mode.