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Study: Violent Stereotypes Attached To Black Youth As Young As FiveIn the study, published in Psychological Science, researchers were interested to see whether stereotypes associating Black men with violence also extended to younger Black children
15-Year-Old Arrested After Incident With Look-Alike GunThe 15 year old told officers that the handgun was a pellet pistol and he was pointing it at the heads of the other teens as part of a trick. They wanted to see how many passing motorists would call 911.
Report: Ciara Sues Future For $15 MillionSinger Ciara Princess Harris, professional known as Ciara, has reportedly filed a $15 million defamation lawsuit against rapper Future.

Latest Seahawks Headlines

Seahawks Among Favorites To Win 2017 Super BowlNew England, Seattle and Pittsburgh listed as co-favorites at 8-1, followed by the Panthers, Green Bay Packers and Arizona Cardinals all at 10-1
Russell Wilson Writes 'Thank You' Letter To Peyton ManningPeyton Manning may not have announced yet whether he’s going to retire or play one more year, but Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wanted to say “thank you” to the 18-year career quarterback.
Agent Confirms Marshawn Lynch Intends To Retire
Marshawn Lynch Announces Retirement On TwitterLynch Tweeted a photo of a pair of cleats hanging and a peace sign during Sunday's Super Bowl
Goodell Announces NFL Will Implement A "Rooney Rule" For Women
Russell Wilson Throws 3 TDs In Pro Bowl VictoryRussell Wilson threw three first-half touchdown passes to lead Team Irvin to a 49-27 victory over Team Rice in the Pro Bowl on Sunday.

Mariners

Joel Peralta And Mariners Agree To Minor League ContractThe 39-year-old right-hander has spent parts of 11 seasons in the major leagues with six clubs
Mariners Sign Korean Slugger Dae-Ho Lee To Minor League DealPrior to playing in Japan, the 33-year-old Lee spent 11 seasons playing in Korea and was a Korean Baseball Organization MVP in 2010
Mariners Sign Furbush, Scribner, Avoid ArbitrationThe Mariners reached agreement on one-year contracts with pitchers Charlie Furbush and Evan Scribner on Friday, averting salary arbitration with both players.
Mariners Agree To $4.15M, 1-Year Deal With Leonys MartinThe Mariners and outfielder Leonys Martin have agreed to a $4.15 million contract for the 2016 season and avoided salary arbitration.
Mariners Name Donovan Assistant Director Of Player PersonnelTodd Donovan will be active in all parts of the Mariners' scouting operations
New HOFers Griffey Jr, Piazza Talks About Their Dads"As I got older, I finally understood, you know, what I've accomplished and what I had a potential to be. Now it's paid off."

Best Of Seattle

Ask A Seattle Expert: Best Recipes For Super Bowl SundayThe Super Bowl is just around the corner, and while dining out can be a lively way to experience the big event, sometimes eating in makes for a more festive and affordable way to enjoy game day.
Best Sports Memorabilia Stores In SeattleWe’ve uncovered five of the best shops to visit, and most offer a mix of both new and old. Whether you are looking for antiques or something that looks antique, you’ll find it here.
Best Winter Book Club PicksWinter is a great time to hang out with a group of friends and discuss great books.

Huskies

Anderson Leads No. 23 Arizona Past Washington 77-72Andrew Andrews led Washington (15-8, 7-4) with 20 points, but the Huskies were unable to add a marquee win over a ranked opponent to their NCAA tournament resume.
Murray Scores 34, Washington Holds Off Arizona StateMurray could not be stopped for most of the game, hitting 10 of 14 shots and adding six assists
Pac-12 Football Recruiting Team CapsulesHere are the signing day capsules for Pac-12 Conference teams
Uneventful, Relaxing Signing Day For Petersen And WashingtonNational signing day for Washington coach Chris Petersen was downright serene.
Andrews Putting Together Star Season For Surprising HuskiesThe way his college career has played out emulates much of his prep career before he ever arrived in Seattle
USC Downs Washington 98-88 Behind Jovanovic's 28The Huskies shot just 36.4 percent from the field and were 8 for 32 from 3-point range.

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