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Storm Knocks Out Power For Hours Across ...

A powerful storm, packed with wind gusts topping 70 mph in some areas, moved across Western Washington early Wednesday, leaving hundreds of thousands without power Wednesday and a few major roads closed into the evening hours.
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Mariners boost 'pen, deal for Rangers' closer

Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto pulled off his first trade of the winter on Tuesday, acquiring Rangers right-hander Rafael Montero as a late-inning relief option for Seattle’s bullpen in exchange for promising 17-year-old prospect José Corniell and a player to be named later.

Local Culture
'I feel hope': Nurse among 1st to get vaccine in Washington

With a quick, painless shot in the arm, health care workers in Washington began receiving the Tuesday, marking a turning point 10 months after the state confronted the first U.S. outbreak of the virus.

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City to clear campers out of Seattle’s Cal Anderson Park

A major sweep is expected on Wednesday to clear people who are camping at Seattle’s Cal Anderson Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

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How the city of Spokane supported businesses with its CARES Act funds

Eric Phillips is the IT guy for businesses too small to have their own IT guy. As small businesses suffered through the economic turmoil of the coronavirus pandemic, Datarang, the company Phillips co-owns,

Local Culture
Seattle author depicts isolation and gentrification in new book

Even if it feels impossible — let’s make it possible,” says Seattle writer Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore over the crackling line. “Please leave ...” She pauses. “A message.” On this dark December afternoon,

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Seattle Sounders FC remarkable Audi MLS Cup Playoffs success by the numbers

Seattle Sounders FC are synonymous with success in the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs. And while there are likely to be plenty of tactical breakdowns of their greatness ahead of their fourth appearance in the MLS Cup in five years when they take on Columbus Crew SC on Dec.12

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Seahawks Playing Whack-a-Mole With Issues Ahead of Playoffs

Whack-a-mole is a fun game for kids at Chuck E. Cheese or at a carnival, frantically trying to bop mechanical pests on the head as they pop in and out of holes

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Other Views: Transparency vital with Washington state employment issues

Washington taxpayers have a right to demand and expect a transparent accounting of how the state’s Employment Security Department was bilked out of more than $500 million. Instead, according to State Auditor Pat McCarthy,

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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan won’t run for reelection

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, a moderate Democrat who faced criticism from the right and left this summer over her handling of policing

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Seattle researchers expand human trial of COVID-19 treatment

At the Infectious Disease Research Institute in Seattle, doctors are developing a cell therapy treatment for patients with moderate cases of COVID. Researchers are using “natural killer cells,” a special kind of immune cell everyone is born with...

News
Washington has virus case, 3 other teams add to COVID list

The New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons and Las Vegas Raiders put players on the NFL's COVID-19 list Tuesday, while Washington had its first instance of someone in the organization testing positive for the coronavirus since the season began.

Events
94 people test positive at Washington long-term care facility

A long-term care facility in Washington has reported that 94 people have tested positive for COVID-19 since late October.

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Touching moment Washington State waitress gets a $1,000 tip from anonymous Good Samaritan

A waitress in Washington State was shocked to receive a surprise $1,000 tip at a restaurant on Sunday. The moving moment which was posted to Facebook shows Cassy Palmer, a server at the Village Bistro in Kennewick, tend to customers at a table. The ...

Community
LeBron James Joins the Line-up for Day 2 of the DealBook Online Summit

Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase, the former Xerox chief Ursula Burns and the rapper Killer Mike are also speaking.

News
Every Pint Of Silver City Beer Becomes A ‘Craft Beer Adventure’

Silver City Brewery proclaims there's "an all-inclusive Northwest craft beer adventure in every pint." Those words appeared to be marketing spin until I tasted the Washington brewery's sour cherry beer and Octoberfest Lager.

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Jamie Dimon Slams Politicians For ‘Childish Behavior,’ Urges Washington To Pass Stimulus And ‘Move On’

Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., at a House Financial Services ... [+] Committee hearing on April 10, 2019, in Washington, D.C. Speaking at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit, Dimon criticized lawmakers who have for months ...

Local Culture
Man sues Washington jail over lack of gluten-free food

A Michigan man says he lost about 35 pounds and was malnourished to the point of unconsciousness during a three-week stay in a Washington state jail early this year because staff failed to provide him gluten-free food to accommodate his celiac disease.

Local Culture
NFL Week 9 Wrap-Up: Wilson Regresses and Tom Brady Chokes

Here's our recap of everything that happened in Week 9 of the NFL.

Sports
NFL Week 7 Wrap-Up: Undefeated Steelers and Pitiful Cowboys

With Week 7 of the 2020 NFL season finished, we see dominance in veterans like Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Big Ben, and franchises crumble.

Sports
Things Are Heating Up on 'The Bachelorette'—Here's the Season 16, Episode 2 Recap

On this week's "Bachelorette" episode, Clare explores the bachelors' love languages, and things get a little steamy!

TV
NFL Week 6 Wrap-Up: The NFC (L)East

With Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season finished, the NFC East is atrocious, the Titans are special, and Rodgers needed a wake-up call.

Sports
Run One of These 3 Holiday-Themed Virtual Races—Starting With Halloween!

Work off those quarantine pounds while still having fun—by participating in one of these holiday virtual races.

Wellness
General Mills Releases 'Buddy the Elf' Cereal

Let's stick to the four main food groups for breakfast—candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup!

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New 'Bachelorette,' New Drama: Here's the Season 16, Episode 1 Recap

"The Bachelorette" returns to ABC and the drama's already started! (Warning: spoilers ahead)

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10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This Weekend (January 22–24)

Bottoms up! It's time for another fun-filled weekend in the DMV. Here's your weekend roundup for Friday, January 22, to Sunday, January 24.

Events
Metropolitan Washington 'Restaurant Week' Offering Take-Out Meal Deals

Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week is back on track for January 25, and we can hardly contain ourselves! For two weeks, restaurants in the District and NoVa will offer up unbeatable meal deals for carryout between $22, $35, and $55.

Events
Valentine’s Day Gifts for Every Type of Girlfriend

Let us help you find the perfect gift for your girlfriend this Valentine’s Day.

Lifestyle
Recipe: Cheesy Birria Tacos

These spicy, authentic Mexican tacos are taking social media by storm. There's a reason why they're all over TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram.

Recipes
Netflix Review: 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' Season 4

A review of Season 4 of Netflix's "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," which aired on December 31, 2020.

TV
Hailee Steinfeld's 'Dickinson' Show Starts Second Season

Hailee Steinfeld stars as Emily Dickinson in the second season of Apple TV+ show "Dickinson."

TV
VIDEO: TikToker Makes the Discontinued Opaque Blue Scooby-Doo Fruit Snacks

One TikToker actually took matters into her own hands after recently finding out about the change and made her own opaque blue Scooby-Doo fruit snacks. In a totally relatable voice-over, she laments the loss of the original snacks and calls the switch-up "overall completely evil."

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Source: 'Classy' Cowboys Ex Will Be Lions Coach

We reported a week ago that Dan Campbell would be the Detroit Lions' next head coach. And now the former Dallas Cowboys tight end heads north - in a "classy'' way

Local News
Meet One of the Creative Minds Behind 'Hexaquest', a Brand-New Trivia Board Game Launching on Kickstarter

We sat down with the founder of Tumbling Heads, a board game development company, to talk about the upcoming Kickstarter launch of the new trivia board game "Hexaquest."

Lifestyle
UT-Austin partners with Chinese institute later deemed a security risk by Department of Education

In October 2020, the U.S. Department of Education released a report critical of such foreign entanglements, specifically deeming contracts with China University of Petroleum a security risk.

News
Texas House and Senate Disagree On COVID-19 Testing and Press Access As 2021 Session Begins

The Texas Legislature officially kicked off its 87th session last week, an every-other-year tradition that sees lawmakers of all stripes gather in Austin to pass a two-year budget and a few laws that could,

Local Culture
15 hidden gems on San Antonio’s South Side

The City of San Antonio was established in May 1718, when Father Antonio de Olivares and a group of Payaya Indians, built The Alamo Mission (originally known as the Mission San Antonio de Valero) and the Spanish fort known as Presidio San Antonio de Bexar.

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