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    Mayor on May Day unrest: ‘Once they decided to go violent, the march was over,’ arrests made

    SEATTLE — Seattle Mayor Ed Murray visited three police officers at the hospital who were injured in the May Day violence Friday and said authorities moved in when the protesters “decided to go violent.” “Once they decided to go violent, the march was over,” Murray told Q13 FOX News outside Harborview Medical Center. “We had a group of individuals who decided they were going to be violent. So the march quickly went violent. And the officers made the appropriate decision […]

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    Seahawks draft picks: Michigan DE Frank Clark, Kansas State WR Tyler Lockette

    SEATTLE — With their first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks on Friday selected former Michigan defensive end Frank Clark, who was arrested twice while in college and kicked off the team after charges of domestic violence. The 6-foot-3, 270-pound Clark, who was taken with the 63rd pick in the NFL Draft by the Seahawks, has some worrisome off-field issues. He was dismissed from the Michigan football program after a domestic violence arrest in November 2014 for […]

  • Aleksandr Polak was sentenced to 26 1/2 years in prison Friday for the killing of his ex-wife in Bellevue in 2013. (Photo: KCPQ)

    Man sentenced to 26 1/2 years in stabbing death of ex-wife, says ‘I deserve the death penalty’

    SEATTLE — A man who admitted to stabbing his ex-wife to death in 2013 was sentenced to 26 1/2 years in prison Friday. “I want to say I’m sorry, in front of my ex-wife’s family, in front of my son, in front of court and in front of all the people of Washington state. And in my opinion, I deserve the death penalty,” said Aleksandr Polak. Polak stabbed his ex-wife, Nataliya Vabishchevich, more than 70 times in her Bellevue home […]

  • Crisis training expert on masked Seattle protesters seen in streets: ‘Something is coming’

    SEATTLE — Jesus Villahermosa of Crisis Reality Training Inc. talks of the masked protesters seen on Seattle streets Friday.

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    Homicide probe: Body of man wrapped in plastic, sleeping bag found in U-District alley

    SEATTLE — Homicide detectives are investigating after a man’s body was found Thursday evening in a University District alleyway, the Seattle Police Department said Friday. Police responded to the alley in the 4200 block of 12th Avenue NE and found the body of a 29-year-old man, wrapped in plastic and a sleeping bag. Police said detectives believe the man was killed elsewhere and left in the alley. Police turned the body over to King County Medical Examiner’s Office. Anyone with information about this […]

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    Man suffers critical injuries to legs in tree-cutting incident in Pierce County

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — A 29-year-old suffered critical injuries to his legs Friday during a tree-cutting incident in which a tree gave way and landed on him, West Pierce Fire & Rescue said. Firefighter/paramedics and EMTs treated the patient and prepared him for transport. An Airlift Northwest helicopter transported patient to Harborview Medical Center.

  • Seahawks quiet at NFL Draft, but poised to make first picks today — will they trade up?

    CHICAGO — No trades, no action for the Seahawks Thursday night. Seattle will select their first player in the 2015 NFL Draft with pick No. 63, in the second round, Friday night — barring a trade before then. The Seahawks also have a pick in the third round Friday night (pick No. 95) Then the team has nine other picks through rounds 4 through 7, which will take place on Saturday, the last day of the draft.

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    Woof, woof? For first time in program history, 3 former UW players selected in first round of NFL Draft

    CHICAGO — For the first time in UW football program history, three Huskies were chosen in the first round of an NFL Draft Thursday night. Defensive lineman Danny Shelton was expected to go in the first round of the 2015 draft. And, indeed, he was chosen with the No. 12 pick by the Cleveland Browns. Only six picks later, former UW cornerback Marcus Peters — who had been kicked off the team for behavioral issues — was selected by the […]

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    What tipped off this driver’s license applicant that something wasn’t right…

    CHEHALIS, Wash. — A Washington man has been arrested for impersonating a state driver’s license examiner, and he may not have been found out if it wasn’t for the strange trip he took his driving applicant on. According to the story on Lewis County Sirens.com, the man taking the driving test that day last week — Edward Jerns — thought it was odd when his driving examiner, ‘Dave’, directed him to pull into a casino. But it got stranger. ‘Dave’ then invited […]