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Bellevue doctor accused of helping international sex trafficking ring

Overlake Medical Center says an anesthesiologist linked to a widespread prostitution and sex trafficking operation is no longer practicing at the hospital and has taken a voluntary leave of absence.

Want to see the Seahawks? Be prepared to pay hefty price

With the Seahawks selling out all of the team's tickets for the upcoming season, fans turning to the secondary market can expect to pay a hefty premium to see the Super Bowl champs in action.

Firefighters pulled off Carlton Complex wildfire for flash floods

Firefighters have been pulled off the fire line at the Carlton Complex wildfires for flash flooding.

Pilot reported dead in helicopter crash near Wenatchee

A pilot is reported dead after a helicopter used for spraying orchards crashed near Wenatchee.

State Patrol troopers stay on job despite losing everything in Washington wildfires

Two Washington State Patrol troopers are back on the job despite losing their homes and virtually everything they own in the massive Carlton Complex wildfire that continues to blacken the Methow Valley.

Listen to 911 call of Seattle fire: So I was trying to kill a spider

A 911 call has been released of a man who was trying to kill a spider in his Seattle house with a makeshift blowtorch.

Gates Foundation funding test of new tuberculosis drug

A drug-resistant form of the infectious disease tuberculosis is expanding worldwide and it also poses a threat here in the Seattle area.

Power transformer goes up in flames near Seattle Center

Firefighters have extinguished a fire at a Seattle City Light substation near Seattle Center.

When power goes out, crows, birds might be to blame

The lights go out, your WiFi is shut off, and don't even try to kill time watching "Keeping up with the Kardashians" reruns on cable.

Firefighters 'holding up well' despite long hours battling Carlton blaze

Fatigue could become a concern for more than 2,000 firefighters now battling the largest wildfire in Washington state history.

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