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Minnesota Timberwolves NBA basketball player Will Conroy is shown during media day Monday, Oct. 1, 2012 in Minneapolis.

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Washington hires former player Will Conroy as assistant

Conroy, a Seattle native, played at Washington from 2001-05.

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Watch Channing Tatum prank a bunch of unsuspecting ‘Magic Mike’ moviegoers

Who could have guessed this creepy marketing guy is actually the star stripper in disguise.

Bellevue head coach Butch Goncharoff watches his team from the sideline in the second half of the Class 3A high school football championship, Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, in Tacoma, Wash. Bellevue beat Eastside Catholic 52-20.

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Bellevue’s Butch Goncharoff suspended for WIAA violations

Travis Pittman from KING 5 News is reporting the Bellevue High School football program is facing three years of probation after "coaching and illegal recruiting violations were discovered".

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‘Death risk’ calculator can predict your five-year outlook

Compare your "Ubble age" to your real age in a few simple steps.

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Texas doctors do first skull-scalp transplant

The surgery marks the first transplant of its kind, to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment.

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Showtime to start streaming next month

The network will start streaming programs on July 12, coinciding with the new seasons of "Masters of Sex" and "Ray Donovan."

CORRECTS FROM CHIARA ROSE TO CHIARA D’ANGELO-In this Friday, May 22, 2015 photo provided by Reese Semanko, a woman identified as Chiara D’Angelo has suspended herself in a climbing harness from the anchor chain of the Royal Dutch Shell support ship Arctic Challenger in the harbor at Bellingham, Wash. Rob Lewis, spokesman for protest organizers Rising Tide Bellingham, said she was protesting Shell's plan for Arctic drilling. The Coast Guard said it has no plans to remove her but has impounded the activists' support vessels. The ship isn't scheduled to leave the port for several days.

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‘Arctic Challenger’ protesters cited by Coast Guard, face possible fine

The Coast Guard says it’s citing four people involved in a protest of the ‘Arctic Challenger’ over Memorial Day weekend and could face a monetary penalty.

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‘Pong,’ ‘Pac-Man’ among first Video Game Hall of Fame inductees

Six titles, spanning decades and formats, were honored for their influence on pop culture and the world of gaming.

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Subway joins companies dropping artificial ingredients

The sandwich chain known for marketing itself as a fresher alternative to burger joints says it will drop artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives by 2017.

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Taco Bell to serve up boozy slushies with burritos

The fast food chain says it will serve beer, wine, and "mixed alcohol freezes" at a new location set to open this summer.

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in Music

Billy Joel to set record at NYC’s Madison Square Garden

Billy Joel is about to prove he's the top piano man by beating Elton John's record.

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Disney planning ‘Sister Act’ reboot

The original film featured Whoopi Goldberg as a Las Vegas lounge singer who goes into the witness protection program under the guise of a nun.

Baseballs are seen before a spring exhibition baseball game between the Seattle Mariners and the San Francisco Giants Saturday, March 15, 2014, in Peoria, Ariz.

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Three county 1A/1B players nominated for all-state series

Handy, Gelwicks and Tutterow nominated after feeder games

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Mila Kunis’ escaped stalker caught near L.A.

A man convicted of stalking the "That '70s Show" star was captured days after he escaped from a mental health facility.

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Yahoo to live-stream October NFL game

The Oct. 25 game between the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars will be the first NFL game to be live-streamed.

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Facebook can be depressing – literally

So-called Facebook intrusion is similar to an addiction, but the emphasis is on the way a person’s relationships with others are affected.

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in Weird

Buy a house, get free pizza for life

The real estate market can be brutal ... and delicious.

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LeBron James vs. Stephen Curry: Playoff duel

Two of the game's biggest stars prepare to square off in the NBA Finals, which tip off tonight.

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FBI: Boston man talked of a beheading, killing officers

Usaama Rahim was killed after he lunged at investigators who wanted to question him.

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Tracy Morgan hopes to walk down the aisle unaided

The "30 Rock" star is still recovering after a crash last summer.

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New wildfire burns buildings, forces residents to flee

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Just days after a wildfire tore through homes in central Washington, a new blaze in the hot, dry region has burned some buildings and forced about two dozen residents to flee.

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Columbia River water temperature is hottest since 1950

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The Columbia River is the warmest it has been since 1950.

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12-year-old burned by fireworks near Auburn stand

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Fire officials say a 12-year-old boy has been taken to a Seattle hospital after being burned by fireworks near an Auburn fireworks stand.

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Officials rule out natural causes in Wenatchee blaze

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Authorities say a wildfire that has destroyed nearly 30 homes in the central Washington city of Wenatchee was likely human-caused.

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Legislative all-nighter: ‘Nasty things slip through’

A sidewalk outside the Legislative building is bustling with people on the first day of the 2014 session of the Washington state Legislature, Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.

When lawmakers race to pass budgets and bills by working into the early morning hours, advocates of open government say they are working in the dark in more ways than one.