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Washington senator calls on auditor Troy Kelley to testify about federal probe

The chairman of the Senate Accountability and Reform Committee is calling on state Auditor Troy Kelley to testify about a federal criminal investigation into his business dealings.

SPD takes a lesson in herding after brief goat chase

Ten goats chased a group of children in the 5000 block of South Wallace Street.

Seattle recycles everything, even people's butts

A pilot program to keep people's cigarette butts off the streets of downtown Seattle is underway.

Tacoma police dog dies after injesting meth

Barney, a Tacoma police dog, has died after ingesting methamphetamine during a narcotics investigation.

Russell Wilson highlighted in Entourage movie trailer

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is now a Hollywood cameo actor.

Kingdome, Safeco Field featured in throwback tweet from the Mariners

It seems fitting the Mariners would pull out a photo with a peak-a-boo view of the Kingdome 15 years after it was blown up.

Hope Solo seeing therapist for 'pain and anger'

U.S. soccer star Hope Solo says she's seeing a therapist for "all the pain and anger that was inside" of her.

Shoreline council delays vote on second rezone

The Shoreline City Council delayed making a decision on the second light rail rezone plan.

Kingdome a symbol of a new era in Seattle

On a quiet Sunday morning 15 years ago, a hallowed place of local history was reduced to rubble in seconds. Tens of thousands of people gathered to watch on March 26, 2000 as the Kingdome was imploded to make way for CenturyLink Field.

UW cherry blossoms star in Seattle's first week of spring

Every year, hundreds of people flock to "The Quad" at the University of Washington to witness the first signs of spring.

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