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Student suspended for ‘shooting’ students with hands

Students mom says suspension is too harsh

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Boeing predicts doubling of aircraft in two decades

Demand from Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East

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COPD affects more women than men

Woman under the age of 65 encouraged to get screened

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Another special session likely for Washington Legislature

Final day to reach budget agreement

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DelBene concerned with NSA tracking program

Wants a warrant to be required to access digital information

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WSDOT: Temporary bridge span is safe

On track to open in mid-June

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Man dies in ATV crash in Whatcom County

Fell over a 20-foot embankment near Deming

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Seatbelt tickets down as cell phone tickets rise

Close to 500 more cellphone related violations

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How low will gas go?

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AAA predicts gas prices could drop below $2 a gallon by the end of the year.

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The secret to Rob Lowe’s ageless face

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The 51-year-old actor will star in a new series this fall, "The Grinder," and still looks as good as ever.

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Buzz Aldrin wants to colonize Mars

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The second man to walk on the moon is pushing for a Mars settlement by 2040.

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Mariners fire general manager Jack Zduriencik

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New Seattle Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik speaks at a news conference introducing Lloyd McClendon Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013, in Seattle. McClendon spent eight patient seasons as a coach waiting for another opportunity to be a major league manager after his stint in Pittsburgh. The Mariners are giving McClendon that chance and formally introduced him on Thursday as their new manager.

Jeff Kingston, who has been the Mariners Assistant General Manager since 2009, will handle the GM responsibilities for the remainder of the 2015 regular season.

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U.S. vaccination rates high, but pockets of unvaccinated pose risk

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The vast majority of U.S. kindergarten-age children are vaccinated against preventable diseases but sizable pockets of unprotected children still exist, posing a public health threat, according to a government study.