Here is some video of Seattle receiver Golden Tate talking to the media Wednesday. He discusses his one-handed catch at Atlanta, the screen he turned into a long gain, and the impact of the return of Percy Harvin:
More people have signed up for private health plans through Obamacare in Washington state than in any other state except California and New York, according to a report released Wednesday by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The national enrollment figures are the first to be release
By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND (Reuters) - A Cleveland jury on Wednesday reached a verdict in the trial of a man charged with defrauding donors of nearly $100 million with a scam charity for U.S. Navy veterans, but the decision won't be read until Thursday. The fraud allegedly committed by Bobby Thompson is one of the largest involving a charity in the state of Ohio, according to prosecutors. The case, which was prosecuted in Cuyahoga County common pleas court, involves donors in 40 states. Cuyahoga County Judge Steven Gall said the verdict will be read Thursday morning.
Here are a few quick hitters from Pete Carroll’s weekly Wednesday press conference today. Below is some video of Carroll in which he hits on many of the key personnel issues surrounding the team this week: — Percy Harvin is indeed practicing today (though off-limits to the media until he
A jury acquitted on misdemeanor assault and battery charges a U.S. officer accused of groping a woman while he was head of the Air Force's sexual assault prevention in a case that embarrassed the Pentagon last May. Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Krusinski smiled slightly and spoke with his attorney after the verdict was returned on Wednesday by the jury of five men and two women in the two-day trial in Arlington County Circuit Court. Police have said Krusinski was drunk when he approached a woman in a parking lot near the Defense Department headquarters in May. The woman testified on Tuesday that Krusinski grabbed her buttocks and breasts in an unprovoked attack, prompting her to defend herself. On Wednesday, restaurant worker Rene Miranda, who saw part of the confrontation from the window of a nearby bar where he was relaxing with friends, testified for the defense that he looked outside and saw a woman hit a man with a cell phone and the man did not respond with violence.
Police digging in a remote area of the Southern California desert said on Wednesday they had unearthed the skeletal buried remains of at least two people and were investigating a third possible grave nearby. San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the desert near Victorville, about 70 miles northeast of Los Angeles, on Monday after a motorcyclist reported coming across what he thought were human bones. "We have found the remains of more than one person," sheriff's spokesman Corporal Randy Naquin said.
Couple quick notes from UW practice this morning: — Sarkisian is hopeful senior safety Will Shamburger, another L.A. native, can return vs. UCLA on Friday night. The buzz is Shamburger has a concussion, but Sarkisian hasn’t confirmed that. — True freshman Kevin King made his first
Washington state has signed more people up for health insurance than any state other than New York and California since open enrollment for health care reform began Oct. 1, according to new federal statistics released on Wednesday.