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Council tries to block felon 'catch and release' planCouncil tries to block felon 'catch and release' planA proposed new ordinance in King County aims to slam the door on the so-called "catch and release" plan for non-violent felony offenders booked into the county jail.
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Last chance for defense attorneys to convince jury of Monfort's insanityLast chance for defense attorneys to convince jury of Monfort's insanityIt's the last chance for defense attorneys to convince a jury Christopher Monfort was insane when he killed a Seattle police officer
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6 teens injured after car crashes over I-5 embankment6 teens injured after car crashes over I-5 embankmentFour of the eight teenagers involved were hurt. A 17-year-old is in critical condition and three other teenagers are in satisfactory condition at Harborview Medical Center.
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Redmond man loses family in Nepal earthquakesRedmond man loses family in Nepal earthquakesA Redmond man lost several family members in the Nepal earthquake now his co-workers are trying to help him out.
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Frugal Food Friday: A food lover's dream dealFrugal Food Friday: A food lover's dream dealA 6 piece set perfect for Father's Day, and the ultimate find for anyone who appreciates a steal.
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Parents respond to CPS allegations of abuseParents respond to CPS allegations of abuseAfter meeting with a case worker, Bubby Everson's parents came out with a dependency petition, listing the reasons Bubby had been taken away, and they provided KING 5 with a copy.
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$5,000 offered for info in sea lion shootings$5,000 offered for info in sea lion shootingsFederal wildlife officials are investigating a string of sea lion shootings on the Oregon coast.
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Alaska governor defends oil after Polar Pioneer tourAlaska governor defends oil after Polar Pioneer tourAlaska Gov. Bill Walker toured a massive oil drill rig parked on Seattle's waterfront Wednesday before meeting with Gov. Jay Inslee to tell him that Washington's position on future Arctic drilling will hurt his state's economy.
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Senate approves drought relief money, awaits House actionSenate approves drought relief money, awaits House actionThe Senate unanimously approved Senate Bill 6125 on Thursday, which would make $18 million available over two years.
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Astoria adds beach balls to anti-sea lion arsenal; fake orca comingAstoria adds beach balls to anti-sea lion arsenal; fake orca comingThe Port of Astoria has started using beach balls to try and keep thousands of sea lion off of its docks.
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Buckley cop suffers broken leg in tussle with suspectBuckley cop suffers broken leg in tussle with suspectPolice say two Buckley police officers were injured in a struggle by a man wanted on two warrants early Friday.
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App allows students to anonymously report bullyingApp allows students to anonymously report bullyingMobile app allows students to anonymously report bullying & sensitive issues
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Thief steals sunglasses, misses $1 million lottery ticketThief steals sunglasses, misses $1 million lottery ticketSomeone had broken into the couple's car and snatched a pair of sunglasses that were sitting on top of the winning ticket.
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Bergdahl accused of harassment, then cleared by Army investigationBergdahl accused of harassment, then cleared by Army investigationA fellow soldiers says Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl tried to get a little too close to her.
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House passes testing reform, change in grad requirementsHouse passes testing reform, change in grad requirementsThe state House of Representatives has approved a bill that would dramatically change the requirements for a high school diploma in Washington state.
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Unusually friendly bear cub takes ride in Ore. patrol carUnusually friendly bear cub takes ride in Ore. patrol carThe bear cub that took a ride in a state patrol car after trying to befriend campers on Monday may soon have a new home in a zoo, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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Bicyclist killed in SE Portland was '15 Reed College graduateBicyclist killed in SE Portland was '15 Reed College graduateA bicyclist died after a collision with a tow truck in Southeast Portland on Wednesday afternoon.
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Report completed on police shooting of Pasco manReport completed on police shooting of Pasco manA special investigative unit has completed its report on the February death of an unarmed Mexican man who was shot by police in the central Washington city of Pasco.
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Dead ostrich, pig found in SW Idaho conservation areaDead ostrich, pig found in SW Idaho conservation areaThe bones were found in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.
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Armour: For plenty of reasons, Qatar's World Cup will be worst everArmour: For plenty of reasons, Qatar's World Cup will be worst everAllegations of FIFA corruption add to litany of problems with 2022 World Cup in Qatar
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Twin Falls breaking ground on 3 new schoolsTwin Falls breaking ground on 3 new schoolsTwin Falls begins ground breaking on three new elementary schools.
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Lightning strike hits tree, ignites Nampa houseLightning strike hits tree, ignites Nampa houseA 12-year-old boy and four dogs escaped the home to safety.
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Seattle parks smoking ban approvedSeattle parks smoking ban approvedCity parks department commission on Thursday approved a ban set to take effect July 1.
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Mukilteo mulls waterfront parking proposalMukilteo mulls waterfront parking proposalMukilteo mulls waterfront parking proposal
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Kitsap, Whatcom counties close some areas to shellfishingKitsap, Whatcom counties close some areas to shellfishingPublic health officials have closed some areas to shellfish harvesting due to high levels of marine toxins.
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Robotics conference and challenge comes to SeattleRobotics conference and challenge comes to SeattleRobots have invaded downtown Seattle as part of a global conference on robotics and automation.
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Residents of Frederick, Md., live near several high-containment labs located at Fort Detrick. Some are concerned about the safety of research with dangerous pathogens.
Despite the risks, researchers at the Virginia Division of Consolidated Laboratory Services are committed to their jobs. They are well trained and say that training is the key to safety.
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