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A suspect was later taken into custody.
2 shot at gas pump in Kent
Police say they are talking with some people but they don't describe them as suspects.
Sex offenders outnumber their supervisors in Pierce County
According to the News Tribune, three detectives are "tasked full-time with monitoring thousands of sex offenders."
FBI and abduction experts join in search for missing Bremerton girl
Abduction experts from the FBI and members of the Center for Missing and Exploited Children Task Force joined the search Tuesday for missing Bremerton girl.
Authorities searching for missing Washington girl
Deputies are searching for a 6-year-old girl who was last seen in bed at her Bremerton home on Saturday night.
Could defendant's photobombs with Seattle officials lighten his sentence?
Defendant convicted of selling crack cocaine hopes that photos of him with Seattle officials will ligthen his sentence.
Police fatally shot man in Gas Works Park
Seattle police shot a man drinking in Gas Works Park this morning after he threatened them with a broken liquor bottle. The man died, according to Harborview Medical Center.
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