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Seahawks strike trade deal with Bengals for DE Carlos Dunlap

RENTON, Wash. - The Seattle Seahawks struck a deal on Wednesday to acquire two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Carlos Dunlap from the Cincinnati Bengals, according to reports. ESPN's Ian Rapoport and NFL's Tom Pelissero both reported the news. As part of…

ESPN: Seattle Seahawks interested in Antonio Brown

SEATTLE, Wash. -- With Antonio Brown's suspension eligible to end after Week 8, the Seattle Seahawks are now positioned to make a push to sign him, league sources told ESPN. However, other teams also have expressed interest, and Seattle and…

Pasco School District athletics will resume on Nov. 9

PASCO, Wash. -- High school athletes in the Pasco School District can begin play starting Monday, Nov. 9. The Pasco School District announced the launch of its Return-to-Play initiative, saying in a statement, "We believe students who are involved in…

Ski resorts plan to reopen this fall and winter

SEATTLE - Good news for skiers and snowboarders! Ski resorts are planning to reopen this fall and winter, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, there will be restrictions in place. Opening day dates: Crystal Mountain - November 20 Mount Baker -…

Washington state ski resort to require reservations

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — A ski resort in Washington state has announced plans to reopen with restrictions, including limiting how many people are allowed on the mountain to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Colorado-based ski company Vail Resorts,…

Spare Time Lanes & Arcade in Kennewick will open next week

KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Under Phase 2, bowling alleys can now open in Benton County. On Thursday, Spare Time Lanes & Arcade in Kennewick announced they will reopen on Tuesday, Oct. 20. [field59_video account="KVEW" key="52464218233e7899d0af0e87bcf1f4f43f611ebb" vtitle="Spare Time Lanes Reopens Tuesday in…

Seattle Storm win 2nd WNBA title in 3 years

BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Breanna Stewart scored 26 points, and the Seattle Storm won their second WNBA championship in three seasons, sweeping the Las Vegas Aces with a 92-59 rout Tuesday night. It’s the fourth title in franchise history for…

Titans' outbreak now 18, with Bills' game possibly at risk

The positive test results keep coming for the Tennessee Titans in the NFL’s first outbreak of COVID-19. One game already has been postponed and another rescheduled. If the positive results don’t stop, the Titans’ next game, against Buffalo (3-0) on Oct. 11, could be at risk. On Saturday,  a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that another Titans player and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19, raising the team’s total to 18 since Sept. 24. The NFL rescheduled Tennessee's game with Pittsburgh set for Sunday to Oct. 25 with the Steelers and Ravens now set for Nov. 1.