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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.
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What are the ramifications of skinny, white women being the symbols for yoga in magazines? A lack of diversity ... but some studios are trying to change that.
Writer died of hypothermia on Mt. Rainier
An autopsy revealed that hypothermia was the cause of death, with heart disease as the secondary cause, in the untimely passing of the longtime outdoor writer Karen Sykes on Mt. Rainier last week.
Richard Sherman fights at minicamp
Even Superbowl champs aren't perfect: Richard Sherman brawled with Phil Bates and other teammates at the Seahawks minicamp yesterday.
Bush Sr. marks 90th by jumping 10,000 feet
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Donald Sterling fights back, says Clippers aren’t for sale
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