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Why would anyone knit a knocker?

Local woman helps others get out their needles and knit massive numbers of knockers. Why?

Express Lane tolling on I-405 begins in September

The free ride on I-405 is about to end as the much-anticipated Express Toll Lanes will begin in September.

'It's just easy to blame minimum wage' when Seattle businesses close

It seemed like minimum wage was going to spell doom for some restaurants on Capitol Hill after Z Pizza closed its doors for the last time.

Why it isn't cheap to be a Seahawks fan

The Seahawks reportedly have the most expensive tickets in the NFL.

Killer was ready to 'give his life' when he set out on police hunt

The man who murdered a Seattle police officer showed absolutely no remorse for the violent act.

Is Washington moving away from the death penalty?

King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg says he won't seek the death penalty against Michele Anderson. Why? It comes back to Joseph McEnroe's crimes.

Boeing chairman: We're considering moving parts of company to other countries

Outgoing Boeing CEO Jim McNerney delivered a bombshell, adding to the controversy over the Export-Import Bank.

Woman's body found in car at Northgate parking garage

Seattle police are investigating a woman's body found in a car at a parking garage near a movie theater in Seattle's Northgate neighborhood.

Seattle mayor backs off proposal for more density in single-family zones

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray says he will not recommend changing 94 percent of single-family zones in Seattle, claiming that the media "derailed the conversation on [housing] affordability."

Northwest firefighters 'bracing for some type of major incident'

Fire departments up and down I-5 are reporting dramatic increases in brush fires and more, earlier in the season than expected. And some officials are nervous as the summer season is far from over.

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