Christian Hill, of Seattle, while standing Wednesday outside the Skeptical Chymist, a bar in Scottsdale, Ariz., that is a home base for a Sea Hawkers Booster Club, the team-affiliated fan-club network. Thousands of Seahawks fans are making their way from Seattle to the Phoenix area for Super Bowl XLIX, with or without tickets, and making the area their own.
The Seattle police officer who arrested a 70-year-old man walking with a golf club purportedly made racially-charged comments on Facebook.
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