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Khalsa Day Celebration in Kent

Khalsa Day Celebration in Kent

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Thousands of Sikhs and other community members join the Khalsa Day Celebration in Kent and marked the...


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Detectives Investigating Saturday Afternoon Shooting

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Detectives are investigating after a man was shot in the foot Saturday afternoon. Witnesses began calling...


Man stabbed in Capitol Hill melee after bars close

Man stabbed in Capitol Hill melee after bars close

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Even the victim of the stabbing on East Pike Street struggled with Seattle police officers, who eventually...


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SIFF 2018: Some Short Reviews, part one

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SIFF, the behemoth formally known as the Seattle International Film Festival, is well into its ninth...


Alan Bean, astronaut, moonwalker — and artist — dies

Alan Bean, astronaut, moonwalker — and artist — dies

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Alan Bean stepped onto the lunar surface preceded by Pete Conrad, the mission commander of their Apollo...


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Officers Arrest Man for Saturday Morning Capitol Hill Stabbing

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Officers arrested a man after a stabbing in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood early Saturday morning. East...


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Two In Custody Following Reports of Northgate Carjacking

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Witnesses called officers to the 400 block of NortheastNorthgateWay for a report of what they believed...


Diana Rhea, Boeing’s longest-serving employee and an early female manager, dies at 96

Diana Rhea, Boeing’s longest-serving employee and an early female manager, dies at 96

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Diana Rhea loved working and loved Boeing. She combined those loves for 75 years, starting in 1942 as...


Dan the Sausageman: \'We can\'t be great unless we fail\'

Dan the Sausageman: 'We can't be great unless we fail'

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The recession nearly cost Danny House everything, but he crawled back.


King County effort to fight homelessness delayed by Seattle head tax

King County effort to fight homelessness delayed by Seattle head tax

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A regional approach to fight homelessness was delayed by Seattle’s business head tax, said King...


Bitcoin backlash as ‘miners’ suck up electricity, stress power grids in Central Washington

Bitcoin backlash as ‘miners’ suck up electricity, stress power grids in Central Washington

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Bargain electric rates are attracting digital currency entrepreneurs, but three public utilities districts...


3 decades selling tie-dyed T-shirts at the Market: Peace symbol still matters

3 decades selling tie-dyed T-shirts at the Market: Peace symbol still matters

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Fran and Arun Das have been selling tie-dyed T-shirts at Pike Place Market for 32 years. Even as hippies...


Baby panda born in Malaysia zoo makes media appearance

Baby panda born in Malaysia zoo makes media appearance

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — A baby panda born in a Malaysian zoo five months ago has made her...


Here is what’s open and closed on Memorial Day

Here is what’s open and closed on Memorial Day

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Most government offices are closed Monday, as are schools, public libraries and community centers. Many...


A taxpayer-financed brewpub? At least we could drown our Seattle sorrows

A taxpayer-financed brewpub? At least we could drown our Seattle sorrows

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King County wants to drop $190 million taxpayer dollars on building a brewpub, club-level premium seating...