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Sting operation nabs online sex predator at mall

Man offers cash to underage girl for sexual act and photos

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Wet weather delays Hannegan Road construction

Repaving project behind schedule

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Officials ID woman killed in crash near Smokey Point

Twenty-eight year old Mount Vernon woman

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Shellfish harvesting closed by life threatening poison

Closure expands to all county beaches

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DUI crash in Skagit County injures two

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Some members of Wash. delegation to forgo pay

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Worksource programs in jeopardy if shutdown continues

Wont feel effects for at least a week

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Trail Blazers win 9th in a row, top Hornets

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Portland Trail Blazers power forward LaMarcus Aldridge (12) celebrates after scoring in the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, in Dallas. The Mavericks won 105-99.

Wesley Matthews scored 28 points, and the Trail Blazers defeated the Hornets on Wednesday night for their ninth consecutive victory.

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EWU’s Vernon Adams Jr. is Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year

Courtesy of Eastern Washington University

Junior quarterback joined on first team by five other Eagles -- Cooper Kupp, Ronnie Hamlin, Tevin McDonald, Jake Rodgers and Aaron Neary -- as Eagles earn a total of 25 All-Big Sky honors

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WWU basketball teams in action this weekend

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Also, more awards for members of the WWU volleyball team and Track and Field and Cross Country teams.

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Portland State dismisses football coach Burton

Portland State's head coach Nigel Burton calls to his players against Weber State during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Portland, Ore., Saturday Nov 2, 2013.

Burton played safety at the University of Washington from 1996-1998

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Lions C Raiola fined $10,000 by NFL

Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola (51) during player introductions before an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins at Ford Field in Detroit, Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014.

The play was on a third-and-9 from the Detroit 35 with 57 seconds remaining. He struck the Patriots' Zach Moore.