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Thousands of JBLM civilians could be furloughed

Could also see pay cuts of up to 20 percent

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Class-action suit filed against Townsend Farms

Frozen berries linked to hepatitis A outbreak

Photo provided by Jeffery Lustick

Skagit River bridge replacement on schedule

Crews working around the clock

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Payday-loan measure advances

Giving six to 18 months to repay loans

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New gun-control bill to be filed

Would close a loophole in Washington’s current background check law

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Hepatitis A outbreak spreads to Washington State

Linked to Townsend Farms frozen berries sold at Costco

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Alcohol at graduation parties will not be tolerated

Parents can face serious charges

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Lummi Victims of Crime Unit receives top recognition

U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan surprises staff

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Woman takes wheelchair trip for charity

Three-hundred mile trip into Oregon

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