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Bigger finale planned for Idaho Potato DropBigger finale planned for Idaho Potato DropA large fireworks display will help ring in the new year in downtown Boise.
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Christmas Tech: Power Banks drop to $18Christmas Tech: Power Banks drop to $18The last best deal before Christmas and 63% off today.
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Naked man steals Taser from officerNaked man steals Taser from officerThe man was arrested after a brief struggle
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Seahawks fans leading in 'search' for Super BowlSeahawks fans leading in 'search' for Super BowlExpedia.com says the 12th Man is already looking from flights from Seattle to Arizona in February.
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4 people stabbed outside Orting restaurant4 people stabbed outside Orting restaurantFour men were stabbed in an apparent altercation outside a restaurant in Orting Tuesday night.
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Seattle ready to enforce new garbage lawSeattle ready to enforce new garbage lawCustomers could be fined if food waste makes up at least 10% of their trash.
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A friendship rekindled 50 years laterA friendship rekindled 50 years laterPatty Sortais Kotsch and Valery Morris reunite 50 years after they first met and became friends.
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Gallery: Seahawks ChristmasGallery: Seahawks ChristmasSeahawks Christmas
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Boise mayor names new police chiefBoise mayor names new police chiefThe search for Boise's new chief of police is at an end.
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Gold coin dropped in Spokane Salvation Army red kettleGold coin dropped in Spokane Salvation Army red kettleSome unique and valuable items have turned up in Salvation Army Red Kettles across the country, including in Spokane.
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2014: Year in Review – The year in pictures2014: Year in Review – The year in picturesA plane flies over the Bardarbunga volcano on Sept. 14 on Iceland.spewing lava and smoke in southeast Iceland.
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Pot shops court holiday shoppersPot shops court holiday shoppersWashington's recreational marijuana shops are hoping to cash in on their first holiday shopping season.
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Teen dies after friend punches him at partyTeen dies after friend punches him at partyOne Lake Stevens teenager is dead, and another is behind bars, all because of one punch that police say may have been a fatal blow.
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What the media are saying after Seahawks crushed CardinalsWhat the media are saying after Seahawks crushed CardinalsA look at what local and national media are saying after the Seattle Seahawks' 35-6 blowout of the Arizona Cardinals.
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Caffeinated kids: How much is too much?Caffeinated kids: How much is too much?It's in many of our favorite drinks, but it's also a drug with side effects.
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King County deputies to wear mourning bands to support NYPDKing County deputies to wear mourning bands to support NYPDKing County deputies will wear mourning bands across their badges in support of the two New York police officers who were fatally shot Saturday.
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Brokenhearted chef creates a holiday love saladBrokenhearted chef creates a holiday love saladA brokenhearted West Seattle chef has created Salad Sophia. It's a tribute to the love of his life who died of cancer four months ago.
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Police searching for driver in deadly hit and run crashPolice searching for driver in deadly hit and run crashBoise Police are looking for a pickup and driver they believe hit and killed a man overnight.
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Bellevue hopes short-term incubator hatches long-term successBellevue hopes short-term incubator hatches long-term successBellevue leased about 8,000 square feet on 116th Avenue Northeast to "Impact Hub" to create a so-called incubator.
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Android tablet steal and freebies for ChristmasAndroid tablet steal and freebies for ChristmasGuaranteed free delivery in time for Christmas and an insane deal drop!
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The best gift card deal in the countryThe best gift card deal in the country$35 gets you $175 worth of gift cards, delivered in time!
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Seattle theater to show 'The Interview'Seattle theater to show 'The Interview'David McRae, the owner of Ark Lodge Cinemas in Columbia City , said he had permission from Sony to show the movie.
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Arlington puppy swallows a Christmas ornament hookArlington puppy swallows a Christmas ornament hookThe dog ate what? A curious canine found out Christmas ornament hooks are painful.
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Tenants fed up with overflowing garbageTenants fed up with overflowing garbageAt the Mark on 4th apartments' garbage collection area, trash is piled higher than your head.
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Detective: Shooter said, 'Watch what I'm going to do'Detective: Shooter said, 'Watch what I'm going to do'Two police officers were shot execution-style in their patrol car in Brooklyn.
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Pipe bomb suspect captured at NE Portland libraryPipe bomb suspect captured at NE Portland libraryA man who allegedly threw four pipe bombs from a car in Southeast Portland during a pursuit with police was arrested Sunday.
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In Your Area
USA TODAY'S Carly Mallenbaum interviews USA TODAY science contributor Traci Watson about the highs and lows in science over the past year.
USA TODAY's Gregg Zoroya spends time with U.S. soldiers in Liberia who are working to make a difference in a battle of a different kind as they work to fight Ebola.
Josh Brolin, one of the stars of the new movie 'Inherent Vice' sat down with USA TODAY to talk about some of his vices. Video shot by Todd Plitt.
Dryden Shirks is only 6 years old, but she is on a mission to help kids with cancer have a merry Christmas. Shirks knows a little something about spending time in a hospital...she battled leukemia for over 2 years.
The parents of a set of quadruplets born in September are calling their babies little miracles as they continue to get stronger every day.
Dozens of young immigrants in Arizona, who were brought to this country illegally by their parents, were granted driver's licenses Monday. This is after a federal judge ordered the state to stop denying them.
Community members and friends remember Tarpon Springs, Florida, police officer Charles "Charlie K" Kondek, who was killed in the line of duty Monday.
The plot thickens as Sony's lawyer says the film will be distributed and North Korea goes on the defensive on Sony hack accusations.
For 38 years, Ron Brown has written a letter of thanks to the employees of Medtronic, a company that makes pacemakers. It's a company Brown says saved his life.
Joe Cocker, the memorable voice behind songs like "With a Little Help From My Friends" and "You Can Leave Your Hat On," passed away at the age of 70.