Federal court won’t reopen case of captive orca Lolita

The orca has been Seaquarium’s star attraction since she was captured in Puget Sound in 1970.

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Microsoft co-founder, Seahawks owner Paul Allen dies at 65

He was a billionaire philanthropist who invested in conservation, space travel and professional sports.

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Suncadia Lodge resort hotel evacuated as fire breaks out

Evacuees were taken to a different property at Suncadia and no injuries were reported.

Murder charge dropped after judge rules man incompetent

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Land conservancy buys land to protect Lake Serene Trail

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Owner of sports memorabilia shop sentenced on tax charges

Failed to accurately report and pay the taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.

Woman pleads innocent to murder by reason of insanity

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Classes at Spanaway school canceled after weekend fire

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