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Thousands Of Fans See Seahawks Off To Super Bowl

hawksparadeThousands of chanting Seahawks fans turned out Sunday morning to see the Seahawks off to the Super Bowl. The team's buses rolled past the crowds of blue and green along a mile-long stretch of South 188th Street in SeaTac as the players headed for the airport. Players including star cornerback Richard Sherman high-fived fans outside the Delta hangar or posed for pictures with airline employees.

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Kingdome Repairs To Be Paid

kingdome tilesFifteen years after the Kingdome was demolished in a controlled explosion, King County is paying off the money it borrowed to make emergency repairs in 1994 to falling ceiling tiles. County finance director Dwight Dively said the bonds will be paid off in March, an early thanks to healthy hotel-motel tax revenue due in part to the boost from Seahawks playoff games.

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Seattle Mayor Meets With NBA, NHL Commissioners

Mayor Ed Murray says he met with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on a trip to New York this week to reiterate the city's interest in bringing both leagues to Seattle. Murray held the meetings Monday on his way to the U.S. Conference of Mayors. According to Murray, it was his first meeting with Silver. While Silver said Seattle remains an attractive city for an NBA franchise, the league does not have any plans to expand at this time. Murray said the city remains "keen on bringing an NHL team here," and that Bettman recognized Seattle's value as a home for a future franchise. Seattle's hurdle for both leagues is a suitable arena. Environmental studies on a proposed arena are not expected to be ready until the middle of 2015. SEATTLE (AP) - January 23, 2015

Portland Beats Pacific At The Buzzer 72-69

Alec Wintering sank a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift Portland to a 72-69 win over Pacific on Thursday night. Wintering, who scored seven of his eight points in the second half, extended Portland's narrow lead to 69-66 with a pair of free throws with 19 seconds to go, but Pacific (10-10, 2-6 WCC) tied it 10 seconds later with a 3-pointer from Dulani Robinson. Wintering then took the ball to the other end and fired just ahead the buzzer, hitting the bucket for the win. Kevin Bailey led Portland (12-8, 3-5) with 21 points and Thomas van der Mars added 17 points while grabbing eight rebounds. Pacific trailed by as many as 11 points in the second half but closed the gap with a 12-3 run that briefly gave the Tigers the lead 62-60 with 3:46 to go before Portland edged back. Robinson led Pacific with 17 points. PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - January 23, 2015

Washington 52-50 over Colorado

Andrew Andrews connected on a straightaway jumper with one second remaining, lifting the Washington Huskies past short-handed Colorado 52-50 on Thursday night for their third win in a row. Nigel Williams-Goss had 16 points to lead Washington (14-4, 3-3 Pac-12), which won at Colorado for the first time in its last five games here. Andrews finished with 12 points on 3 of 12 shooting from the floor, connecting on his last and most important attempt. Colorado (9-9, 2-4) was without two of its best players. Josh Scott remained sidelined with a back injury and Xavier Johnson sat out to serve a one-game suspension for violating a team rule. Jaron Hopkins had 11 points. Wesley Gordon added 10 points for Colorado, which lost its fourth in a row. After a Colorado turnover with 34 seconds left the Huskies worked the clock until Andrews got a decent look from just beyond the foul line and knocked down the decisive jumper. BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - January 23, 2015