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At least four people are confirmed dead after a shooting at Cascade Mall in Skagit County, the Washington State Patrol says. The shooter has not been caught, and was last seen walking towards Interstate 5, away from the mall, Sgt. Francis with WSP tells KOMO News.
BURLINGTON, Wash. -- At least four people are confirmed dead after a shooting at Cascade Mall in Skagit County, the Washington State Patrol says.The shooter has not been caught, and was last seen walking towards Interstate 5, away from the mall, Sgt. Fran
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😢 My heart breaks for the victims and their families.
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A man is apparently trying to scale the all-glass face of Trump Tower in New York City. Watch LIVE on KOMO News
NEW YORK (AP) A man is apparently trying to scale the all-glass face of Trump Tower in New York City.A video recorded by a bystander and streamed online Wednesday shows police observing the man from an outdoor terrace.A police spokeswoman says officers re
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Records say Ivanov crept outside with an AR-15 rifle he had bought a week earlier. The rifle was so new that he had to read its instruction manual to operate it as he sat in his car outside the home where a party was going on.
EVERETT, Wash. -- Allen Ivanov, the 19-year-old accused in the mass shooting in Mukilteo, said that it was about his dream girl, court documents say.The documents, written by Mukilteo police Detective John Ernst, say Ivanov crept outside the home in the Ch
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+Don K​ I think we're just operating with slightly different definitions of "non sequitur" in an informal context. Mine is a little closer to the formal use than yours.
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Fire rainbows are caused by ice crystals in the thin, distant clouds hitting at a correct angle to refract the sunlight into the colors of the prism.
After a fairly soggy weekend that brought a few traditional rainbows to the area, Mother Nature brought a different type of colorful display to the skies over the Puget Sound region Tuesday: Fire rainbows.Several people snapped photo as cirrus clouds appea
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MAY DAY: Seattle Police are lining up at Westlake Park in downtown dressed in body armor ahead of May Day Protests. We have crews following along and will bring you the latest information as we get it. 
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HAPPENING NOW: Groups are gathering at Judkins Park to prepare for #MayDaySea march at 3:00 p.m. Stay with us for updates.
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The flag disappeared from ground zero sometime during the site cleanup and for years was thought to be lost.
EVERETT, Wash. - A U.S. flag that mysteriously turned up in Everett in 2014 has now been identified as the original iconic flag that was raised by firefighters above the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center in New York.The extraord
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Bothell Police say the teacher who claimed to have been attacked and choked by an unknown assailant in May made it up and could now face criminal charges.
BOTHELL, Wash. - A Bothell High School wood shop teacher who claimed he was attacked and choked by an unknown assailant in May now admits that he made up the story and staged the crime scene, police said Thursday.The wood shop teacher, 63-year-old Cal Pygo
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Catch a practice show on Thursday, and keep your eyes to sky Friday-Sunday starting at 1:30 p.m.
SEATTLE - The U.S. Navy Blue Angels roared across the city Monday, ahead of their annual performance over Lake Washington this weekend. The Blue Angels performance is the culmination of Seattle's Seafair, and takes place at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, August 5 th
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The owner asked Skagit County deputies "that we spread the word to other law enforcement that they were no longer welcome either."
SEDRO-WOOLLEY, Wash. -- The owner of a teriyaki restaurant in Sedro-Woolley has asked local law enforcement to no longer dine at the establishment, the Skagit County Sheriff's office said Wednesday.Four Skagit County Sheriff's office deputies were eating a
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The sad part is that sometimes apologies come after the damage has been done. We do have freedom of speech, freedom to have our own opinion. What we do not however, have freedom of consequences once we've spoken our opinion. Very unfortunate they chose that path. Especially since they were given a second opportunity to clarify. If it was simply a language barrier it would have come out during the clarification process.

Let's forgive them and move on and not eat there. 💙
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We always welcome your photos on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media, but Burst submissions are a faster way for us to use your photos in a newscast.
Snap a photo or shoot a video that you want to share with KOMO News? We found a great way to send it - using Burst!With the holiday weekend and Folk Life at Seattle Center, we thought this would be a great weekend to try it out.The purpose of Burst is to
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PHOTOS: Marchers have left Judkins Park in the Central District and are en route to the Federal Courthouse in downtown Seattle #MayDaySea #MayDay #MayDay2016
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Protesters gathered at Judkins Park in the Central District on Sunday for this years May Day march for Immigration Rights, minimum wage and more.The march will start at 3:00 p.m. and head towards the Federal Court house.Extra police pre
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