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A love rekindled more than 60 years later
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Burning Man isn't what you think
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The Bellevue Police Department says it is investigating Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch for an alleged assault.
Tacoma firefighters in “Good Morning America” lip-sync contest
Fire up the pop songs and dance moves, because the Tacoma Fire Department is competing in a lip-syncing contest hosted by Good Morning America today. Watch the video and vote for Tacoma firefighters on GoodMorningAmerica.com.
Why yoga classes are so white
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