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Council votes not to sell street for potential Seattle arenaBy a 5-4 vote the council chose not to sell a small section of Occidental Avenue South in the SoDo District, throwing a wrench in Chris Hansen's arena project.
Authorities: Boy Found Dead Near Ice Caves Likely DrownedAuthorities say the 6-year-old boy who was missing around ice caves northeast of Seattle was found dead in a nearby river and likely drowned.
Kenneth Bae Talks About North Korea DetainmentKenneth Bae knew he was in trouble when he opened his briefcase for a North Korean customs official and saw a computer hard drive he meant to leave in China.
Justices Reject Franchises' Appeal Over $15 Seattle WageThe Supreme Court is turning away a challenge to Seattle's $15 an hour minimum wage from franchise business owners who say the law discriminates against them.
Arrests In Seattle As May Day Marchers Take To StreetsSeattle police used pepper spray to disperse black-clad anti-capitalist protesters authorities say threw rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails at officers during a rowdy May Day gathering.
May Day Rallies Planned For Seattle And PortlandLarge May Day marches in support of immigrants and workers are planned for Seattle and Portland.
3 Leading Candidates Vie To Replace Retiring Rep. McDermott
DEA, Local Law Enforcement Taking Back Prescription DrugsThe DEA is working with local law enforcement agencies to collect unused, unwanted and expired prescription medicines on Saturday.
Man Fatally Shot In Home Invasion IdentifiedA 25-year-old man shot to death by a woman after he broke into her home north of Seattle on Thursday night has been identified.
May Day March Planned To Support Workers, Immigrant RightsThousands expected to participate in Sunday's annual May Day March for Workers and Immigrant Rights.
13 Tacoma Schools Now Found With Lead In WaterOngoing reviews of old water quality tests reveal another elementary school with unsafe levels of lead in certain sources of drinking water, Tacoma schools officials say.
Arena Plan In Seattle Could Move Closer To RealityThe Seattle City Council to vote Monday whether an investor can construct on a stretch of road, with hopes to build the arena that could lure the NBA and NHL to Seattle.

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