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Washington mayors call for removal of Confederate reminders
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Washington mayors call for removal of Confederate reminders
The mayor of Seattle has called for a monument to Confederate soldiers at a cemetery and a statue of Vladimir Lenin in a neighborhood to be taken down

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Woman: Oregon train stabbings could have been prevented
A woman says the man charged in May's double-fatal stabbing aboard an Oregon train attacked her the night before, and police didn't take her complaint seriously
Idaho angler's record-setting trout in Utah deemed invalid
An Idaho man who caught a record-setting trout in Utah has been told his fish does not qualify for the record anymore because he caught it without a valid fishing license
Former JBLM soldier sentenced to 20 years in child porn case
A former soldier from Joint Base Lewis McChord has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for producing child pornography
Montana wildfire grows, destroys 2 homes
A wildfire has destroyed two homes in Montana after jumping control lines
Washington seeks Supreme Court review of culvert ruling
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson wants the U.S. Supreme Court Washington state lost a major legal battle Friday, which could force it spend nearly $2 billion to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration
Idaho unemployment drops to 3 percent, lowest since 2008
Preliminary estimates show that Idaho's unemployment rate fell to 3 percent in July
Golden retriever digs up heroin in Oregon backyard
An Oregon family's golden retriever has been honored by a sheriff for digging up $85,000 worth of black tar heroin in a family's backyard
Recount planned in Sedro-Woolley City Council race
With one vote separating two candidates in the primary election for the Sedro-Woolley City Council at-large position, Skagit County Elections Department staff will perform a recount
US post offices in path of eclipse offer special postmarks
US post offices in path of eclipse offer special postmarks
More than 110 U.S. post offices offering special postmarks for Monday's solar eclipse
Hopkins 1st full-time female baseball scout in over 50 years
Hopkins 1st full-time female baseball scout in over 50 years
Amanda Hopkins is about to complete her second year as an area scout for the Seattle Mariners
Backpackers tried to save 1 of 2 fallen hikers at Mount Hood
Calls to 911 indicate that 1 of the 2 women who fell at Mount Hood last week was still alive when backpackers discovered them at the bottom of a cliff
Residents want controls on high school sports association
Angry Bellevue residents who accused the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association of racism and harassment have asked the Legislature to impose some control on the organization that oversees high school sports
Investor who stole funds sentenced to 9 years in prison
A Bellevue, Washington investment adviser was sentenced to nine years in prison and ordered to pay$3.6 million in restitution
11 US states added jobs in July
11 US states added jobs in July
11 US states added jobs in July, unemployment rate tumbled to record lows in 2 states
Battling demons in a community looking to Trump for change
Battling demons in a community looking to Trump for change
Residents battle addiction in a desperate community looking to Trump for change.
Portland airport worker breaches security; flight delayed
A late-night flight at Portland International Airport was delayed after a worker breached security
Amphibious vehicle owner from fatal Aurora Bridge crash sued
Victims of the Aurora Bridge crash in Washington have added a new defendant to their lawsuit
2 men were fatally shot in King County, Washington
Two men were killed in a shooting morning at a bowling alley in the King County area of Skyway
Bothell pet store closes after bird infection found
Birds of the World pet shop has been closed temporarily following the discovery that a bird boarded there had a bacterial infection that can be spread to other birds as well as humans
Police dog finds escaped inmate who buried himself in sand
Officials say a police dog tracked down an escaped Clark County inmate who buried himself in sand
Everett outlaws bikini-clad employees at certain businesses
The City Council in Everett, Washington has voted to require employees at coffee stands to wear a minimum of tank tops and shorts, in response to businesses where woman often wear bikinis
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 10PM' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 10PM' game
Eclipse traffic already heavy in central Oregon
Eclipse traffic already heavy in central Oregon
Traffic was backed up for miles as drivers try to reach an eclipse-themed festival for 30,000 people that's being held in a national forest near the central Oregon town of Prineville
Wildfire threatens buildings in Central Oregon, shelter open
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has made additional state resources available to help those fighting a wildfire west of the central town Sisters
The Latest: Central Oregon road reopens to eclipse traffic
The Latest: Central Oregon road reopens to eclipse traffic
Authorities have reopened a central Oregon highway after motorists heading to a solar eclipse festival jammed the road, leading to a partial closing and rerouting of traffic

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