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Percy Harvin happy for chance with Jets

"I have a lot of things that I wish I could have done a little differently. But I'm moving forward. I'm learning from those lessons," Percy Harvin said Monday after his first practice with the Jets.

Seahawks uniforms ranked among league's ugliest

The Seahawks recent play isn't the only thing ugly, at least according to Fox Sports, which ranks Seattle's uniforms among the ugliest in the NFL.

What took so long to clear Monday's nightmare commute?

It's understandable the morning commute was so bad on southbound I-5 after a semi-truck smashed into the jersey barrier and jackknifed Monday morning at Northgate, spilling more than 40 gallons of diesel fuel. But many drivers are wondering why it took so long to get the roadway cleared.

Digging underway on Bertha repair pit

Crews have started digging a pit they'll use to access and repair Bertha, the big tunneling drill stuck under the Seattle waterfront.

Earthquake felt near Chelan Sunday night

A 2.2 magnitude earthquake was felt just outside of Chelan Sunday night.

Seattle musicians strike a chord with cancer research

Music can cure the blues, but can it help find a cure for cancer? A group of Seattle bands has come together to honor a young girl who lost her life to the disease and to raise money for research.

The battle between emotion and rational brain over Ebola

News of an Ebola death in the U.S. prompted calls for a travel ban, schools closed and people talked about going home and staying there. Emotions sometimes win out over reason, according to an assistant professor at the U.W. Evans School of Public Affairs

Miles of new protected bike lanes highlight $18.5 million Seattle plans for 2015

If you think Seattle's new protected bike lane on Second Ave. is a big deal, it's just the tip of the iceberg as the city gears up to implement the Bicycle Master Plan aimed at dramatically expanding the number of riders and facilities across Seattle.

Seattle commute spoiled by semi-truck crash, fuel spill on I-5

Over 40 gallons of diesel fuel were spilled on I-5 south in a collision involving two semi-trucks early Monday morning.

Boil-water advisory issued for Pierce County community

People who live in the Lake of the Woods Community Club in northwestern Pierce County are urged to boil their drinking water after E. coli was detected in the water system.

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