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Gasoline prices still rising in Seattle, survey finds

Gasoline prices are still rising far above the national average in the Seattle area, topping $4 a gallon at some stations, according to a website specializing in fuel consumer issues.

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A Seattle dad frustrated over property crime chases after knife wielding thieves

You just have to look at Shawn Telford’s face to feel his frustration. “I’ve never had problems like this before ever,” Telford said.

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Seattle skyline to glow orange for National Cancer Research Month

The Seattle skyline will glow orange this week to support Fred Hutch during National Cancer Research Month.

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Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng honors her and President Barack Obama's mother with a scholarship benefitting Seattle students

Stanley Ann Dunham went to Mercer Island High school and the University of Washington.

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North Seattle safety forum focuses on homelessness, police staffing

Everything from an understaffed police precinct to runaway homelessness and prostitution came under scrutiny Monday night during a public safety forum at Bitter Lake Community Center.

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