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Rose Freeman and Anastasia Allison pack their instruments up mountains for high-altitude recitals.
State traffic law defines them as pedestrians, and yet they are often in the middle of the street.
Nearly 2,000 students from 17 schools gathered in Everett for the Puget Sound Festival of bands.
“Servant leader” Maddie Hill, an Archbishop Murphy senior, is inspired by her parents to help others.
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Kayak Point trails were built out this year by groups from Denney Juvenile Justice Center.
The incumbent says rates are rising. Her challenger says more can be done.
Many campaign donors are giving to both Cassie Franklin and Judy Tuohy.
The Seaway Center building is not as big as one of the company’s more typical fulfillment centers.
David Russian, CEO of Western Washington Medical Group, writes our third essay about fixing health care.
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A local expert makes learning about wine accessible.
A Connect2Classes team heats things up with a welding project.
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Russell Wilson throws 3 2nd-half TD passes and Seattle’s defense allows just 177 yards in 24-7 win.
Despite a loss to ASU before the bye, UW is still in a good spot to repeat in the Pac-12 North.
Myeshia Johnson told ABC’s “Good Morning America” that she “was very angry at the tone of his voice.”
The secretary of state met with the Afghan president and others about a new South Asia policy.
Their goal is to find out if they can help the dead get closure.
But it helps protect valuable agriculture and and creates an incredible sight for onlookers.