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Web ReporterTo attract new technology aimed at helping students get a college degree, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is offering up to $20 million in grants. Organizations and entrepreneurs who come up with new ways to get kids ready for college and succeed...
Web ReporterPresident Barack Obama has finished his speech at a rally for Sen. Patty Murray at the University of Washington. He fired up the crowd and urged supporters to go vote for Murray and other Democrats. Obama's visit to Seattle is part of a four-day,...
“CALVIN BOREL AND JAVIER CASTELLANO ARE FIGHTING IN THE WINNERS CIRCLE! HAVE YOU EVER SEEN SOMETHING LIKE THIS AT A BREEDERS CUP?.” I FIGURED HUSKY, COUGARS AND SEAHAWKS FANS NEEDED SOME COMIC RELIEF AFTER THE PAST COUPLE WEEKS. THIS IS...
Tags: Sports, Horse and Harness Racing, Tennis, Golf
Web ReporterOne high school student at Toppenish High may have pulled off the biggest – and most unlikely – senior prank ever. Gaby Rodriguez, a 17-year-old A-student, faked her pregnancy for nearly seven months. The Yakima Herald-Republic reported that...
An apparent tornado has touched down at Lambert Airport in St. Louis, causing extensive damage and injuries. The storm has blown out windows on one of the airport’s concourses and sent glass and debris sailing through the air. Winds were so...
Tags: New Mexico, Weather, Tornadoes, AirTran, Injuries and Wounds
Web ReporterBoeing has brought two of its six 787 Dreamliner test jets back to Seattle, where the fleet will remain grounded as an investigation continues into a fire during a test flight last week. The company is still evaluating the potential effect of the fire...
Tags: Texas, Air Transportation Delays, Boeing Co.
Web ReporterSeahawks defensive end Raheem Brock failed a breathalyzer test, which led to his arrest on suspicion of DUI early Saturday morning. According to a police report obtained by Q13 FOX News, Brock measured a .133 on a preliminary voluntary breath test...
A Somali-born teenager plotted "a spectacular show" of terrorism for months, saying he didn't mind that children would die if he bombed a crowded Christmas tree-lighting ceremony, according to a law-enforcement official and court documents. He never...
by John HopperstadMichael Oakes may be charged with murder, but observers say, in court, it often seemed like the victim, Mark Stover, was on trial. Stover was a dog trainer to several local celebrities that included Ichiro Suzuki and Eddie Vedder. Michael Oakes has...
Tags: Lawyers, Social Issues, Crimes, Murder, Prosecution
Web ReporterDave Niehaus, the Hall of Fame broadcaster who called Seattle Mariners' games from their first season through this year, has died from a heart attack. He was 75. A huge celebration of his life was held at Safeco Field today! Niehaus was the voice of...
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