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Musician and Seahawks fan Dave Matthews raised the 12th man flag Thursday on top of the Seattle Space Needle as the city rallies for its team in the Super Bowl.
For a 20-year-old pizza shop employee, this was 10 of the best minutes of his life.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan announced Thursday morning they're each sending win-or-lose donations to food pantries to help celebrate the game.
The rocker graciously chalks up the similarities between "I Won't Back Down" and "Stay With Me" to a "musical accident."
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Lynden Christian girls move up to number 1 in the Class A ranks, Lummi boys hold on to the top spot in the 1B ranks.
Safety Earl Thomas is the only player listed as questionable on the Seahawks' injury report. Thomas participated in full practice as he tries to play through a dislocated shoulder suffered in the NFC title game.
He's been right the last three years. Can Teddy Bear the porcupine go four-for-four?
The Hollywood moviemaker wants the Oscar winner to join the cast for a cameo appearance.
Days before the Super Bowl, a lawmaker is again sponsoring a bill that would punt the NFL's tax exemption.
Massachusetts prosecutors will seek to prove he fatally shot a semi-professional football player in 2013.
A new poll shows Americans are more likely than ever to favor easing a ban on exporting crude oil.
Critics say e-cigarettes are addictive, lead to nicotine poisoning among children, and threaten to unravel the reduction of tobacco use.
A look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Thursday, Jan. 29.
More than 7 million of us will buy new TVs, we'll eat 1 billion chicken wings, and send 25 million tweets during the game.
The rock 'n' roll icon will be brought back to life for a new virtual performance as a hologram.
The bassist was arrested on suspicion of battery, vandalism, and disorderly conduct.
The NFL is enjoying a significant surge in global interest with Russia and China leading the way.
The period drama, which was first broadcast in 2010, will reportedly draw to a close this year.
Officials are investigating whether the actress claimed a "meet-and-greet" with fans as part of her court-ordered community service.