Lincecum Selling Luxury Seattle Condo Two-time Cy Young winner and former Washington Huskies pitcher Tim Lincecum has put his downtown Seattle luxury condo up for sale. Group Divided Over How To Cut State’s Emissions A bipartisan group formed by the Washington Legislature has been meeting with since spring to come up with ways to cut greenhouse gas pollution.
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Chief Microsoft Lawyer: Government Spying On Par With ‘Cyber Attacks, Sophisticated Malware’ Microsoft’s top legal counsel is calling recently uncovered government surveillance an “advanced persistent threat alongside sophisticated malware and cyber attacks.” Missouri Offers 24-Hour Shifts, $1.7B In Incentives For Boeing Missouri's bid for a Boeing assembly plant could include more than $1.7 billion of incentives over two decades if the airplane manufacturer adds thousands of jobs, according to new details given to lawmakers Tuesday.
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Wishing You A Happy Thanksgiving, From CBS Seattle This is the time of year when we take a moment and think about what we're thankful for whether it's friends, family, jobs or material possessions. We decided to ask a few of our coworkers here at the CBS radio cluster what they're thankful... Obits’ Sohrab Habibion On Mellow Recording, Sub Pop And The Dangers Of Bacon Obits, Brooklyn's reverb-happy, rock 'n' roll outfit, returns to Seattle Friday to play Neumos.
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Help People Affected By The Typhoon In The Philippines The latest report from CBS News indicates aid is quickly coming in to the areas in the Philippines hit by Typhoon Haiyan. Oregon Health Care Exchange Has Yet To Enroll A Single Person With a reputation as a pacesetter in health care, Oregon laid out bold plans for complying with the federal overhaul.
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