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No LOLs: Portland couple attacked by cat want to get it psychiatrist
A Portland couple and their baby were attacked by their 22-pound cat, but say they plan to give it another chance.
Constitutional crisis looms behind Feinstein's accusations against CIA
The California senator is no firebrand but her accusations threaten to undo the last bit of assurance that we are controlling the national security apparatus and operating constitutionally.
Why Mark Zmuda should lose his lawsuit
Sad as it is, religious schools like Eastside Catholic need constitutional freedom about who they hire.
Pot jobs wanted
A South Sound entrepreneur has opened up a specialized employment agency to connect willing workers with the legalized pot industry.
"Diversity personified" Rainier Beach Community Center remodel
With help from Neighborcare and Rec Tech, Rainier Beach revamped their neighborhood community center to provide more activities to varying age groups.
The Big List: Free online courses from top universities
An updated list of 875 online audio and video lectures are now available to stream and download. The list includes courses from Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, Harvard and UC Berkeley.
Avalanche slams into ski lift at Crystal Mountain
Late Monday evening, avalanche safety drills went awry when an explosion triggered a snow wall to tumble into High Campbell chair lift. No one was injured.
Boston tightens security for its 118th marathon
It's been a year since the Boston bombing; the city is in preparation to ensure the run in April is safe and secure in remembrance of the tragedy last spring.
Senate Intelligence Committee accuses CIA of misconduct
A public accusation was made against the CIA for searching the Senate computer system, which Sen. Dianne Feinstein claims is in violation of the law.
Burning Man festival becomes a nonprofit
Festival goers shouldn't expect too many changes, but the festival can now raise money outside of ticket sales and will work together with the other 40 events that occur throughout the year worldwide.
Seattle BioMed lands $9.8M grant to develop HIV vaccine
Seattle BioMed will work with the Rockefeller University, the University of Washington, Seattle Children's Hospital and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to study a vaccine against HIV-1.
Father uses Disney movies to communicate with autistic son
A father's story of how he used characters and scenes from Disney movies to communicate with and teach his autistic son lessons about life.
State average gas prices hit $3.55 a gallon
Gas prices in Washington are up 9 cents in a week and 23 cents in a month. This price is also 6 cents higher than the national average.
UW students launch lifestyle website
Hiibye is geared toward those looking for movie, music and book recommendations, says UW junior and founder Matt Staff.
WSDOT: New viaduct cracks found
WSDOT plans to close the Viaduct on March 22 to address new cracks forming and existing cracks that have begun to spread.
Forget Lasik. This app could improve your eyesight
University of California neuroscientist, Aaron Seitz, has developed an app that may help train your brain to see better.
Garfield Bulldogs win championship for first time in 16 years
Garfield defeated Richland 68-59 to claim their first state basketball championship in more than a decade and a half.
Teens and experts disagree about marijuana addiction
Teens become addicted to marijuana at a higher rate than adults, but some want adult-level access.
Krugman: Reducing inequality would help the economy
For years, a single book led policymakers of all shades to believe that reducing income gaps would have at least some harmful effect on the economy. It now appears that everybody was wrong.
Youth suicides on reservations: U.S. government's broken promises
History may play a role but there is also a lack of mental-health services.
Do city councils allow enough say by citizens?
Some cities feel that they hear from the same people, ad nauseam.
David Horsey: Conservatives just can't help admiring ... Putin
He's so ready to assert his national interests. Now, if they could only find a Republican like that to run for president.
Americans ride transit in record numbers
Ridership has fully recovered from a dip caused by the Great Recession.
Wall Street grabs up starter homes in Seattle area
A new type of institutional investors is hurting many people's ability to get into home ownership.
Oh, Luongo! How can you say that about a Canadian hockey team?
Canada's colorful hockey broadcaster Don Cherry scolds Olympic goalie Roberto Luongo for dissing his former NHL team, the Vancouver Canucks.
A Greek isle that is real
Before I married into a Greek family, this boy told me to visit his island, Naxos.
Pope Francis' year of living humbly at the top
Catholics here have been moved by the pope. Some have returned to the church.
Federal detainees stage hunger strike in Tacoma
The 750 people at the detention center are demanding better conditions.
Condoleezza Rice: Wake up to Putin's plans
He thinks the ending of the Cold War was tragic, and he will turn the clock back as far as as the West will let him.
The 1 percent: Sociopaths run amok
Nick Hanauer's description of the more selfish among the rich gets it right.
SXSW exhibit so real your body feels you are in 'Game of Thrones'
The Oculus Rift combines with multisensory input for a powerful effect: A participant falls out of a demo booth.
Feds looked the other way as GM car defect killed people
Federal safety regulators ignored more than 250 complaints about cars suddenly turning off in traffic.
Oregon gives up plans for I-5 crossing of Columbia River
The state said it's shutting down the office that has worked on rebuilding the interstate link to Washington state.
Search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane turns up oil slick in sea
A Vietnamese military plane's crew has found the first sign of the 777 plane that was carrying at least 239 people from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Companies contemplate using atmospheric carbon dioxide as the raw material for manufacturing.
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