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Murder case dropped in deadly party stabbing

Defense attorneys say young man acted in self defense

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Flu season returns with Fall

Flu shots available at local doctors and pharmacies

road work ahead

One less left turn on Guide Meridian

Construction continues to reduce traffic congestion

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Explore state parks free tomorrow

In recognition of National Public Lands Day

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BHS senior spreads mental health awareness with charity walk

Benefiting the Whatcom Psychiatric Clinic

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Pumpkin Pitch set for tomorrow in Burlington

Hurling pumpkins with medieval-style catapults

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Grocery workers authorize strike

Could walk-off job in 72 hours

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Drawing the line on future urban growth

Town hall meeting tonight

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County jail proposal meeting tonight

Open to public comment

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World Cup: U.S. goes for the big prize

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The Women's World Cup final today in Vancouver features a rematch of the final four years ago, the U.S. against Japan

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Bells win series with BlueJackets with second straight win 3-2

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Brice Longanecker recorded the win in relief.

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Report: Blazers assistant coach fired after Aldridge remarks

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Portland's president of basketball operations Neil Olshey confirmed the news to The Oregonian.

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A’s end home skid against King Felix, beat Mariners

Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin talks with umpires Adam Hamari, left, and Bill Miller, right, after the Texas Rangers' Carlos Corporan was given a base after being hit by a pitch from A's starter Kendall Graveman in the second inning of their baseball game Thursday, April 9, 2015, in Oakland, Calif. Texas won the game 10-1.

The A's only scored twice off Hernandez but peppered him for 10 hits — the most he has allowed this season.

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Women’s World Cup: England beats Germany to finish 3rd

The England women's national team celebrating after beating Germany 1-0 in the 2015 Women's World Cup to earn 3rd place

England's victory over the top-ranked Germans came after a gut-wrenching 2-1 semifinal loss to Japan that was decided on an own goal on Wednesday.