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    Seattle police looking for man in truck who tried to kidnap woman on street

    SEATTLE – A woman said she was walking home last week when a man in a pickup tried to kidnap her. The 29-year-old woman said she was walking home in the 1600 block of Bellevue Ave last Tuesday at 11:30 p.m.  and saw the man standing by  his truck. She said when she walked by, he grabbed her arms and told her to get in. The woman screamed. Some bystanders noticed what was happening, so the man jumped in the […]

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    Sounders FC announces new play-by-play announcers for television and radio

    SEATTLE — Seattle Sounders FC officially announced its new regional broadcast team Wednesday morning live on Q13 News. Keith Costigan and Matt Johnson will serve as the club’s new play-by-play announcers for television and radio respectively. From the Sounders: Following the strongest regional television ratings in club history – including an 11 percent increase in year-over-year viewership and the highest regional household ratings in MLS throughout 2015 – Sounders FC continues its relationship with Q13 FOX (KCPQ-Channel 13) and JOEtv […]

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    405 toll lanes ‘have made traffic worse’ for many drivers, finds new report by traffic data company

    KIRKLAND, Washington – Drivers on I-405 have complained for months that new toll lanes are making traffic worse. Now Kirkland based traffic data company INRIX says it’s data confirms those complaints. “The data confirms that despite increasing capacity by 25 percent, the HOT lanes have made traffic worse for drivers in the general purpose lanes and only benefit drivers who use the HOT lanes,” reads an email from the company. “This is in line with what locals and commuters have […]

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    State notifies 91,000 Apple Health (Medicaid) clients of data breach

    OLYMPIA — State health officials are notifying 91,000 Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) clients of a data breach by an employee. The Washington State Health Care Authority said the information includes consumers’ Social Security Numbers, dates of birth, client ID numbers and private health information. Two state employees in two state agencies exchanged client files in violation of HIPAA, authorities said. “Both employees assert that the exchange of information occurred because the HCA employee needed technical assistance with spreadsheets that contained […]

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    Hiker missing for 3 days found safe in Capitol State Forest

    UPDATE: The missing hiker was found Tuesday afternoon, deputies said. Update!! TCSO missing subject, Brian Wallace located alive and well by search and rescue efforts. — Thurston Co. Sheriff (@ThurstonSheriff) February 9, 2016 Previous story: THURSTON COUNTY, Wash. — The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office is leading the search for a man who they believe went hiking in the Mima Falls area on Saturday. Brian Wallace, 52, didn’t show up for work Monday, and now the search is under way around […]

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    Costco delays credit card switch from American Express to Visa

    Costco Wholesale has delayed its switch from American Express to Visa by several months. The retailer originally said it would accept only Visa branded credit cards starting in April, but the change has been delayed to June or midsummer, according to our news partners The Seattle Times. Last year, American Express announced it was ending its 16-year-old agreement with Costco Wholesale that calls for the exclusive use of its cards at the retailer’s U.S. stores. The charge card company said it wasn’t able […]

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    If she had to decide today, Hope Solo would not attend Olympics because of Zika virus

    RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — The Olympics are still six months away, but soccer star Hope Solo says if she had to decide today she would not attend due to Zika virus fears. “If I had to make the choice today, I wouldn’t go,” the U.S. national team goalkeeper told SI.com. “I would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child,” Solo said. “I don’t know when that day will come for [husband] Jerramy [Stevens] and me, but I personally reserve […]

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    South Hill man killed by suspected DUI driver who ran red light, police say

    PUYALLUP, Wash. — Puyallup police believe alcohol was a factor in a crash that killed a man late Monday. Authorities said  a 24-year-old Tacoma woman ran a red light at S Meridian & E Pioneer and crashed into the side of the victim’s car. A 46-year-old South Hill man died at the scene. Police said the suspect was not injured. She was booked into Pierce County Jail on suspicion of vehicular homicide. The Cooperateive Cities’ Metro Collision Response Team is investigating the […]