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    Police: 1 victim, 3 suspects shot in apparent armed robbery in Tumwater

    TUMWATER, Wash. — Authorities say at least four men were shot in an apparent armed robbery in Tumwater, just south of Olympia. Police were called to the 200 block of Gerth St. SW in Tumwater around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. When they arrived on scene they heard two gunshots and saw people coming out of the home. Police said there were five people inside the home at the time of the incident — one woman and four men. Four of the people live […]

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    Adnan Syed, focus of ‘Serial’ podcast, granted new trial

    A Baltimore judge has granted a new trial for Adnan Syed, who was convicted in the killing of his former high school girlfriend, Hae Min Lee.  Syed’s case was the focus of Season 1 of NPR’s popular “Serial” podcast. Syed was convicted of murdering Lee in 1999 and burying her in a park. He was sentenced to life in prison. Baltimore Circuit Judge Martin Welch ruled Thursday that Syed deserves another trial because his attorney failed to cross-examine a cell […]

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    Alaska Airlines to launch service between Seattle and San Luis Obispo

    Alaska Airlines announced Wednesday it will launch daily, nonstop service between Seattle and San Luis Obispo, California, starting April 2017. Located just south of the city of San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport serves travelers from as far north as Southern Monterey County and as far south as Northern Santa Barbara County. “We are pleased to add nonstop service to San Luis Obispo, our 16th California city and a popular destination for our loyal customers,” said John Kirby, the […]

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    Baltimore rapper Lor Scoota killed

    (CNN) — A Baltimore rapper named Tyriece Travon Watson, who went by the stage name Lor Scoota, was fatally shot in broad daylight at a busy intersection in Friday, police said. He was 23 years old. Watson had just left a charity basketball in Baltimore game calling for “peace in the streets” when he was killed. He was driving in his car when an unknown black male wearing a white bandana stepped into the street and opened fire, Baltimore police […]

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    6 tips for avoiding devastating ID theft

    SEATTLE — Social media can be a powerful networking tool, and connects people in unprecedented ways. But crooks are also using it, to take your money. Users lost more than $780 million to internet crime last year, the Internet Crime Complaint Center reports. That’s up nearly half from the year before. So how can you keep yourself safe online? The Better Business Bureau has these tips:  Post with care. Avoid sharing private information publicly. Steer clear of posting birthdates, family names and relatives’ information […]

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    Police: Child molester planted marijuana on teen, impersonated officer

    LAKEWOOD — A convicted child molester faces charges for planting marijuana on a teen and posing as a police officer, threatening to arrest her, Lakewood police said. Police say 28-year-old Jon Carrington was on house arrest and wearing an electric monitoring ankle bracelet when he approached the 14-year-old girl at the Lakewood Towne Center Transit Center on Aug. 6. The girl told police he came up behind her and started rubbing her back, reached into her purse and placed a small, crumbled up […]

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    Eat Chinese lately? Your credit card information may be in jeopardy

    SEATTLE — P.F. Chang’s China Bistro believes it may have been hit by credit hackers, and the personal information of diners at 33 locations across the U.S. may be at risk–including here in Washington. The Bellevue Square and Lynnwood restaurants are on the list of targeted restaurants. The Westlake Center location is not listed. The restaurant believes identity thieves targeted the local spots between April and June of this year. According to P.F. Chang’s, hackers may have obtained credit and debit cards […]

  • Charges: Cancer-stricken grandmother delayed treatment as grandson bilked her to pay for pills, prostitutes

    BURIEN–A 29-year-old self-admitted drug addict is facing charges of conning his elderly grandmother out of $334,000, and using the money to buy drugs and prostitutes, as she delayed cancer treatment in an effort — she thought — to help him. King County prosecutors allege Derek Bischoff told his 86-year-old grandmother he needed money to pay drug debts and bribe law enforcement. He told her he worked for a DEA officer out for revenge on drug dealers, and he had to give […]

  • Lifelong M’s fan finally meets her hero (PHOTOS)

    SEATTLE — A Bonney Lake woman got the surprise of a lifetime when she met her hero at the Safeco Field dugout. Joanna Hall has a number of disabilities including Cerebal Palsy and cataracts. She looks forward to attending a Mariners game once a year, on her birthday. She is undoubtedly the Mariners’ number one fan, according to her family. She knows all the players, her room is decked out in all things M and even records every single game, so she can re-watch […]

  • LIST: Top 5 LGBT-friendly cities in the nation

    SEATTLE — June 1 marks the start of LGBT Pride Month, and our state has made historic advances in same-sex marriage and equality regardless of sexual identity. But where does Seattle rank in the list of most LGBT-friendly cities in the U.S.? Finance blog NerdWallet has compiled its list of the most LGBT-friendly cities, based on the presence of the gay community, LGBT-friendly laws and opportunities, and safety and tolerance. It ranks Seattle as first in the nation as LGBT friendly! Seattle […]