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    National Park Service celebrates 100th birthday; a look at the treasures here (VIDEO)

    SEATTLE — Our national parks are celebrating a huge milestone — 100 years. And to kick off the centennial, we thought we’d revisit some of the incredible treasures available right here in our backyard. Park Ranger Kelsey Johnson gives us a tour of the national parks here in Washington.  

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    Photo Gallery: Seattle Seahawks take on Dallas Cowboys

    SEATTLE — In the third and arguably the most important preseason game of the year, the Hawks took on the Dallas Cowboys at CenturyLink Field. The game is all important as first cuts come up on Tuesday, where the team has to trim the roster down to 75. Tune in here for live updates from the game.

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    Report: Trump will visit Washington state on Tuesday

    EVERETT, Wash. –Donald Trump will visit Washington Tuesday for a fundraiser and public rally, the Seattle Times reported Thursday. The Times said state Sen. Don Benton, R-Vancouver, the director of Trump’s presidential campaign in the state, confirmed the visit that would include a fundraiser and rally in the area. “I can’t even begin to speak to all the rumors flying around, but what I can say is that I know for a fact that Mr. Trump will be in Washington […]

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    LA mom charged in death of malnourished son found in closet

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles woman has been charged with murder in the death of her severely malnourished 11-year-old son whose body was found in a closet. Thirty-nine-year-old Veronica Aguilar was charged Thursday with one count each of murder and child abuse in the death of her son, Yonatan. She’s set for an arraignment Thursday afternoon. Los Angeles Police say Aguilar’s husband and the 11-year-old boy’s stepfather, Jose Pinzon, called them after Aguilar told him the boy was […]

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    Judge denies defendant’s motion to withdraw guilty plea in Nicole White murder case

    TACOMA, Wash. — A judge on Wednesday denied a motion by defendant Jonathan Harris to change his guilty plea in the murder of Nicole White — a Pierce County mother of two who was beaten to death and whose tarp-wrapped body was dumped down a ravine near Graham last summer. “For him to pull this today is just, are you kidding me?” said Dana Johnson, Nicole White’s cousin, outside the Pierce County court. “Just drag us through this (ordeal) some […]

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    Warning issued about police impersonator in Pierce County who ordered woman out of her car

    TACOMA — The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department said Wednesday that it is investigating an incident where a man impersonated a police officer, stopped a female driver late at night and ordered her to get out of her car. Luckily, she became suspicious and stayed in her car. “Citizens are encouraged to take safety precautions if they are stopped by a suspicious person or vehicle,” the sheriff’s department said in a news release. The department said that at about 11:30 p.m. […]

  • A seal narrowly escaped being eaten by some hungry killer whales on Monday. The mammal jumped onto the back of a tour boat to escape the swarming pod of orcas. Nick Templeman, who runs Campbell River Whale and Bear Excursions, captured the moments after the seal took refuge on the boat.

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    WATCH: Scared seal jumps on back of boat to escape hungry killer whales

    WARNING: This video contains some vulgar language VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C. — A seal narrowly escaped being eaten by some hungry killer whales on Monday. The mammal jumped onto the back of a tour boat to escape the swarming pod of orcas. Nick Templeman, who runs Campbell River Whale and Bear Excursions, captured the moments after the seal took refuge on the boat. “Once he got a look at the boat, he made a straight beeline for us,” Templeman said. As […]

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    Seattle mayor appoints the city’s first cabinet-level ‘director of homelessness’

    SEATTLE — Mayor Ed Murray announced Tuesday that he has appointed George Scarola the city’s first director of homelessness — a new, cabinet-level position. “Because of the growing scope of work around homelessness, Seattle needs a proven manager to ensure we are achieving our desired outcomes,” Murray said in a news release. “I have known George for many years, working alongside him in Seattle and Olympia, and know him as a unifying leader that excels at creating successful results through […]

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    New details on drowning victim at Wild Waves water park

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — The King County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Monday that a man pulled from the water at Wild Waves water park in Federal Way on Saturday died by accidental drowning. The victim was identified as 33-year-old Vijayarengan Srinivasan. In a Federal Way police report, a friend who accompanied the victim to the park said Srinivasan had just arrived in Washington state from India about two weeks ago and was working as a computer programmer at a tech company […]

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    American Heart Association issues new guidelines on how much sugar children should consume

    DALLAS — The American Heart Association on Monday recommended that children ages 2 to 18  eat or drink less than six teaspoons of added sugars daily. Those new guidelines are equivalent to about 100 calories or 25 grams of sugar. “For most children, eating no more than six teaspoons of added sugars per day is a healthy and achievable target,” said Dr. Miriam Vos, lead author, nutrition scientist and associate professor of pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. […]