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    Sloppy days: Passing showers, with isolated thunderstorms Thursday

    SEATTLE — La Nina rolls on. There will be some dry periods Thursday, but only some and plan on squalls moving in that could bring thunder and lightning, Q13 Chief Meteorologist Walter Kelley said. The mountains get back to snow, with about 6 new inches expected to fall. Snoqualmie Pass was closed to traffic Wednesday because of icy conditions, but the Washington State Department of Transportation said it might reopen Thursday after it reassesses the situation. “Friday looks pleasant and […]

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    State court rejects appeal of convicted murderer in ‘Craigslist killing’

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A Washington man convicted in the home invasion robbery and killing of a man who advertised a diamond ring on Craigslist has lost his appeal for a new trial. The News Tribune reported ( ) Wednesday that 30-year-old Clabon Berniard was found guilty in 2015 of murder and robbery and sentenced to 97 years in prison. Berniard was accused along with three others of invading the Tacoma-area home of James Sanders and his wife, Charlene, in […]

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    Suspect in series of espresso stand robberies, bank holdup in Snohomish County arrested

    EVERETT, Wash. — A suspect in a series of espresso stand robberies in Snohomish County has been arrested, Everett Police said Tuesday night. As detectives were gathering evidence in the case, the Columbia Bank in Snohomish was robbed earlier Tuesday. Police said they believed the same suspect was responsible. “This afternoon, the suspect was arrested and interviewed by detectives where he admitted to robbing the bank and espresso stands,” Everett Police said in a news release Tuesday night. “The suspect […]

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    37-year-old man charged with arson for fire at Islamic Center of Eastside in Bellevue; bail set at $1M

    SEATTLE — Wayne Isaac Wilson, 37, of Bellevue, was charged Tuesday with second-degree arson for the fire at the Islamic Center of the Eastside in Bellevue that heavily damaged the structure early Saturday morning. Bail was increased to $1 million based on his lengthy criminal history. The prosecution also said Wilson was convicted of fourth-degree assault and disorderly conduct last year for an assault on a member of the Islamic Center of the Eastside. According to court documents, a Bellevue […]

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    It’s finally warmer — but here comes the rain, with potential for river flooding, avalanches

    SEATTLE  —  Ahhh, soak in the warmth. Temperatures finally have risen into the 40s and may hit 50 or 51 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday, but it’s going to be wet and windy for the next couple of days. High so far in Seattle 45° with a low of 30°. This makes the average temp. thru the 1st 16 days of January 32.8°. Coldest since 1950.#wawx — NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) January 17, 2017 Q13 Chief Meteorologist Walter Kelley said the Seattle […]

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    Power outage initially hits more than 22,000 in parts of Queen Anne, Ballard and north Seattle

    SEATTLE — More than 22,000 Seattle City Light customers in parts of Queen Anne, Ballard and north Seattle lost power Monday afternoon. The power went out just before 3 p.m. Seattle City Light said nearly all customers had power back before 5 p.m. Crews were investigating the cause, Seattle City Light said.    

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    Eastern Washington football coach Baldwin leaving to take offensive coordinator job at Cal

    CHENEY, Wash. — Eastern Washington University football coach Beau Baldwin announced Monday that, after nine seasons, he is leaving EWU to take the offensive coordinator position at the University of California-Berkeley. EWU Athletic Director Bill Chaves announced that assistant coaches Aaron Best and Jeff Schmedding will serve as co-interim head coaches until Baldwin’s replacement is announced. In nine seasons at Eastern, Baldwin was 85-32 overall and 58-14 in the Big Sky Conference. He has taken the Eagles to the playoffs […]

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    Seattle pulls plug on city’s Pronto bike sharing service

    SEATTLE — Mayor Ed Murray announced Friday that the unsuccessful Pronto bike share service will end on March 31, and more than $3 million will be spent instead on improving bicycle and pedestrian improvements throughout the city. Murray said the new projects “will grow Seattle’s bicycle and pedestrian network as we continue to lay the foundation for a multimodal transportation system that reflects our growth and our values. The funding for these projects is derived from funding previously allocated to […]

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    VIDEO: Check out this game-winning shot from behind half-court line at buzzer!

    TOLEDO, Wash. — Taylor Nilius of the Morton/White Pass Timberwolves hit this game-winning shot at the buzzer from behind the half-court line to defeat the Toledo Indians 46-43 in this 2B league game Thursday night. Thanks to Taylor’s dad for recording her daughter’s incredible shot.

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    Semi driver arrested for impairment in SR 512 crash near Puyallup

    A crash with injuries briefly shut down State Route 512 near Pioneer Avenue in Pierce County Thursday.