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UW-Stanford Start Time To Cause Traffic DelaysThe football game between the top ten teams is expected to sellout with nearly 70,000 people attending the 6 p.m game.
Mariners Bounce Back With Win Over Astros 12-4Cano's career-best 36th home run, a drive off Doug Fister (12-13), landed in the first row of the Crawford Boxes in left field. Cano has nine homers and 25 RBIs in 19 games against Houston this season.
West Seattle Fire Displaces Over 50 Residents44 people displaced after huge apartment fire in West Seattle
Unsettling Portrait Of Mall Shooting Suspect EmergesMall shooting suspect ate with stepfather before attack. Neighbors said he unnerved her so much that she kept a stun gun near her front door.
Inslee, Bryant Meet For Gubernatorial DebateThe two will face off in Seattle Monday night 8pm.
Mall Shooting Suspect Charged With 5 Counts Of MurderThe Cascade Mall shooting suspect was charged with five counts of first degree murder during a Monday morning court appearance
16-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Among Cascade Mall Shooting VictimsSarai Lara, a 16-year-old high school student and cancer-survivor, was one of five people killed in a shooting in a Washington state shopping center Friday evening.
WSP Confirms Cascade Mall Shooting Suspect Has Been ArrestedA manhunt is underway for the Cascade Mall shooting suspect. A rifle has been recovered from the scene. Police ask that those with tips or information call (360) 428-3211 or email scinv@co.skagit.wa.us
Cascade Mall Shooting: The LatestFive people have been killed during a shooting at a mall north of Seattle, after a man believed to be in his late teens or early-to-mid 20s opened fire in a Macy's department store. Victims' ages range from "teenager to senior [citizen]"
Mariners' Catcher Posts Series Of Offensive TweetsThe Seattle Mariners have suspended catcher Steve Clevenger without pay for the rest of the season after the player sent a series of offensive Tweets, including one that said Black Lives Matter protesters "should be locked behind bars like animals."
Ruling: Jails Not Liable For Crimes After ReleaseThursday's 5-4 ruling came in the case of Isaac Zamora. He was held in the Skagit County Jail in 2008 and released a month later. In September 2008, Zamora had a psychotic episode and went on a shooting spree that left six dead. Families of the victims sued Skagit County, claiming the jail failed to evaluate and treat Zamora's mental illness.
Sherman Says Message Of Anthem Protest Getting LostSeahawks cornerback Richard Sherman opted not to take questions while at the podium today, instead issuing a statement on police shootings of Black men and children: "When a guy takes a knee, you can ignore it You can say he's not being patriotic, he's not honoring the flag. I'm doing none of of those things. I'm saying it straight up: This is wrong, and we need to do something.

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