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  1. 5 clues to Alzheimer's Disease

    5 clues to Alzheimer's Disease

    Sometimes Alzheimer's Disease comes on quickly without many warning signs. Now researchers, including those at the UW, have identified clues that you should know about.

  2. Ohio couple married 70 years die 15 hours apart

    Ohio couple married 70 years die 15 hours apart

    A couple who held hands at breakfast every morning even after 70 years of marriage have died 15 hours apart.

  3. Earthquake Early Warning coming to Washington

    Earthquake Early Warning coming to Washington

    Scientists say people in Mexico City got a minute warning that strong earthquake shaking was coming. It may be the first example of what emergency managers want to do here in Washington state.

  4. Boy Scout dies in accident in Olympic National Forest

    Boy Scout dies in accident in Olympic National Forest

    A 12-year-old boy on an outing with his Boy Scout troop died Saturday when a log rolled over him.

  5. Cutting the Cord: Antennas let you tune in TV for free

    Cutting the Cord: Antennas let you tune in TV for free

    In addition to making their programming available on cable, fiber and satellite TV systems, more than 1,780 stations are transmitting digital TV channels that can be picked up in many cases by small indoor TV antennas.

  6. Colorado deaths stoke worries about pot edibles

    Colorado deaths stoke worries about pot edibles

    DENVER (AP) — Two recent deaths have stoked concerns about Colorado's recreational marijuana industry and the effects of pot edibles that can be exponentially more potent than a joint.

  7. 5 major retail scams and how to avoid them

    5 major retail scams and how to avoid them

    We expose 9 scams in use by your favorite retailers.

  8. Wet & Breezy This Evening

    Wet & Breezy This Evening

    Rain at times tonight, eventually changing to just scattered showers overnight. Lows in the 40s.

  9. Police search for clues in Central District shooting death

    Police search for clues in Central District shooting death

    A man died after he was shot in the chest overnight in Seattle's Central District neighborhood.

  10. Woman meets paramedics who saved her life

    Woman meets paramedics who saved her life

    Just moments after Sara Clerget crossed the finish line of a 12K run last weekend, her heart stopped. Within seconds, other runners and paramedics immediately started CPR. This weekend, she met some of those people who saved her life.

  11. Missing owl at Point Defiance Zoo found safe

    Missing owl at Point Defiance Zoo found safe

    Forrest, the Eurasian eagle owl that flew away from Point Defiance Zoo earlier this week, has been found safe and sound.

  12. Report: KC deputy accused of helping wife work as prostitute

    Report: KC deputy accused of helping wife work as prostitute

    King County Sheriff John Urquhart says three deputies on leave are part of an internal and a criminal investigation. He wouldn't say why, but The Seattle Times reports one deputy allegedly helped his wife work as a prostitute.

  13. Seattle outlines regulations for micro-housing

    Seattle outlines regulations for micro-housing

    The rent is typical around $600 and $800 per month, typically with 8 apartments per floor that are about 120 square feet and share a kitchen.

  14. Missing Nebraska toddler found in toy claw machine

    Missing Nebraska toddler found in toy claw machine

    A 3-year-old boy who went missing from his apartment Mpnday was found inside a toy claw machine in a bowling alley across the street.

  15. The Oatmeal

    The Oatmeal

  16. Neighbors react to DNR decision about timber sale near Oso landslide

    Neighbors react to DNR decision about timber sale near Oso landslide

    On Friday, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources announced it has put the auction of timberlands near the site of the Oso landslide on hold.

  17. Residents forced to evacuate Seattle apartment after Haz mat scare

    Residents forced to evacuate Seattle apartment after Haz mat scare

    Some residents of a downtown apartment building were forced to evacuate late Friday evening after a building manager found suspicious chemicals inside a room.

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