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  • Russell Wilson dropping back to pass at 2015 OTAs on as coach Pete Carroll looks on. (Photo: KCPQ-TV)

    Wilson says he has no contract concerns; Michael Bennett says ‘definitely possible’ he will hold out

    SEATTLE — Quarterback Russell Wilson and defense end Michael Bennett talked money Monday, but came it from two different perspectives. In an ESPN interview, Wilson said he’s not concerned about whether he gets a contract extension before the regular season season starts, when he will make $1.5 million under his current rookie contract. “I think ultimately, it comes down to the play. Just let my play speak for itself. … Continue to love the game for what it is, continue […]

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    2 homes burn in Federal Way; 11 people displaced

    FEDERAL WAY — Fire swept through two homes in Federal Way Monday night. There were no injuries, but 11 residents were displaced, South King Fire & Rescue said. The homes were in the 33200 block of 44th Avenue South in Federal Way.  

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    Apparent drowning: Body of man recovered from Snoqualmie River near Duvall

    DUVALL, Wash. — The body of a man in his 30s was recovered from the Snoqualmie River Monday night, the King County Sheriff’s Office said. A spokesman said the man was swimming with his friends when he went under just after 8 p.m. Monday. His body was recovered just after 8:30 p.m.  

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    Police chief reacts to video in which Seattle cop says: I stuck my gun ‘right in his nose’

    SEATTLE — The New York Times on Saturday published a video of Seattle police undergoing de-escalation training, with some officers seemingly opposed to a reduced use of force that is required under the new reforms. The trainer told the officers in the session that approaching a civilian with their hands on a weapon or making too much eye contact unnecessarily could escalate a situation. “Keep your hands visible at all times,” he says in the video. One of the officers […]

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    Legislature approves $38 billion, two-year budget bill that increases K-12 spending, cuts college tuition

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Two days before a government shutdown would take effect, the Washington Legislature on Monday night approved a $38.2 billion two-year state operating budget. The House passed the plan on a 90-8 vote Monday night just hours after the Senate passed it on a 38-10 vote. The bill now goes to the governor for his signature. The Legislature is in the midst of a third overtime session. A new two-year budget must be signed by Inslee by […]

  • Paradiso festival — what parents need to know

    22-year-old Portland man who collapsed at Paradiso concert dies

    GEORGE, Wash. — A 22-year-old Portland man who collapsed at the Paradiso Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheatre died Sunday at a Wenatchee hospital, authorities said Monday. The deceased was identified by the Chelan County coroner as Beau B. Brooks. “Early indication suggests this death may be drug or heat related,” the Grant County Sheriff’s Office said. A Grant County major crimes detective was assigned to investigate. “I want the victim’s family to know how sorry I am for their […]

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    Victims from deadly Alaska plane crash identified

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The remains of all nine people killed in a plane crash near Ketchikan were recovered Friday, and the victims were tentatively identified. Chris John of the Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad said three members from his organization reached the crash site Friday and were securing the aircraft, which was sitting at a steep angle. Eight passengers from a Holland America Line cruise ship that left Seattle June 20 and their pilot died when their sightseeing plane went […]

  • Edmonds centenarian taking part in nationwide project ‘To Live 10,000 Years’

    EDMONDS, Wash. — A local man is becoming part of history by sharing pieces of his own history, thanks to a photographer on a mission. Emmett Oliver will live forever, in a project 100 years in the making. The Edmonds centenarian is taking part in a nationwide project spearheaded by photographer Danny Goldfield. “To live 10,000 years, that’s our project,” Goldfield said. One man and one woman from each of the 50 states are chosen, representing 10,000 years of life. […]

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    43-year-old man shot, killed after struggle in Whatcom County

    BELLINGHAM — A man shot and killed a 43-year-old accused trespasser during an argument and struggle in Everson on Friday, the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office said. At about 4:15 p.m., 911 received a call from a man who said another man had been shot at his address. Deputies went to the home in the 6300 block of Siper Road in Everson and found a 43-year-old man dead from a single gunshot wound to the chest, Undersheriff Jeff Parks said. The […]