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- 1 person injured in Pioneer Square shooting
- Privacy of women seeking abortions tested repeatedly
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We should stand with Andy Parker in his fight for gun laws that will make it harder for people to be shot down like his TV reporter daughter and her cameraman.
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- Steven Hauschka's 60-yard FG gives Seahawks final edge over Chargers
- Jack Zduriencik’s M’s legacy: More than 3 dozen departed managers, coaches, scouts, staffers
- Offense needs big kick as Seahawks snag 16-15 victory
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If your commute is longer than 45 minutes, what makes it so long and why do you do it?
One person was taken to the hospital after a shooting in the Central District on Sunday. Police released little information.
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The mobile-home trap
Financially pressed since last decade’s recession, Zion Preparatory Academy closed down at the end of August, after 33 years providing a Christian private-school education at an affordable price in Seattle’s Central District.
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If the current trend continues, next year King County will send more people to California than the Golden State sends here.
The 20,320-foot mountain — the continent's tallest — was renamed "in recognition of the traditions of Alaska Natives and the strong support of the people of Alaska," the administration said.
The ruling stemmed from a 2012 Philomath, Ore., criminal case in which a man living in a triplex phoned police to complain about the smell of marijuana wafting into his apartment from the building’s center unit.
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