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The Longest March

During admissions month, a middle schooler’s parents know no shame. None whatsoever.

02/11/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Safe Harbor

Far from home and family, a newcomer gives guided tours of the city over the phone.

01/14/2009 By Roger Brooks

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Home Front Alone

While the husbands and fathers are deployed in Iraq, Navy families find unexpected support at home.

01/06/2009 By Alison Buckholtz

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Heart Skips a Beach

01/06/2009 By Harry Edwards

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Team of Rivals

Was one night in Bellevue a taste of bipartisanship to come?

01/05/2009 By Eric Scigliano

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The Lost Slipper

In 2004, a top Seattle gardener acquired one of the most breathtaking orchid specimens she had ever seen. But at the Volunteer Park Conservatory—a magnet for plant thieves—this orchid never stood a chance.

01/04/2009 By Roger Brooks

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Arch Revival

01/04/2009 By Sarah Anderson

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A Not-So-Motley Crew

The daughter of champions learns to row her own race.

01/03/2009 By Erin Pursell

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Fly Boy Toys

01/03/2009 By Sarah Anderson

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Give Back the Night

We live day and night bathed in artificial light. Now scientists say night light harms wild habitats and human health, and stargazers lament losing the timeless wonder of the night sky.

12/28/2008 By Eric Scigliano

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Like a Virgin

Rock-obsessed airline touches Seattle for the very first time.

12/28/2008

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The Divorce Next Door

Once upon a time, two couples with two little girls had charmed parallel lives. And then they didn’t.

12/27/2008 By Emily White

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The Human Fish

From Green Lake to Olympic gold, the agony and the glory of Seattle’s greatest athlete.

12/27/2008 By Eric Scigliano

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Northwest College Rankings 2008

Included: Video coverage of how to find the college that best suits you, courtesy q13fox.com

12/19/2008 By Matthew Halverson and Stefan Durham With Megan Clark and Jessica Campbell

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Dead Can Dance

Twenty-five years after the King of Pop released his masterpiece, a zombie mob is keeping the music video undead.

12/18/2008 By Matthew Halverson

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All Dolled Up

When a young girl came home from school in tears, her mother launched an ethnic pride campaign.

12/13/2008 By Terri Chung

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Bad to the Bone?

Meet Simon. Lean in Closer. She won’t bite.

12/13/2008 By Megan Clark