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Sea Breaker Sinking

Sunken fishing boat to remain under the sea

NOAA says leaked fuel shouldn’t have noticeable impact on habitat

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Survey: Hundreds of drivers illegally pass school buses in one day

Meridian School District testing bus camera program

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Umpqua Bank merging with Sterling Bank

Creating largest community bank on West Coast

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Seattle cops to wear Niners gear

Undercover officers to ensure a safe game day

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Council approves slaughterhouses on farmland

Narrowly passes after long, contentious public debate

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Puget Neighborhood says dorm not welcome

Concerned about increased population and traffic

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Wash. texting while driving rate higher than national average

Study surveys six counties, including Whatcom County

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Monsanto cash boosts fight against food labeling

New campaign finance reports for Initiative 522

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Washington celebrating Organic Week

More than 700 certified organic farms

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WWU men to open 2015-16 campaign at CCA DII Tipoff Classic

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WWU opens against University of Colorado-Colorado Springs on Oct. 30, then faces Upper Iowa University on Oct. 31 and Minnesota State University-Moorhead on Nov. 1.

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M’s trade Dustin Ackley to Yankees

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Seattle Mariners' Dustin Ackley hits an RBI single in the third inning of a baseball game against the Washington Nationals, Sunday, Aug. 31, 2014, in Seattle.

Ackley was drafted second overall by the Mariners in 2009 out of North Carolina. In five seasons, the former Tar Heel has hit .243 with 42 career home runs and 201 RBI.

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FBI understaffed to tackle cyber threats

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The FBI is struggling to attract computer scientists to its cybersecurity program mainly due to low pay, a report by the U.S. Department of Justice shows.

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NETFLIX: Watch it before it’s gone

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These titles are expiring soon - so start binge watching now!

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Patriots open camp, try to ignore ‘Deflategate’ noise

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Patriots coach Bill Belichick is stonewalling questions about deflated footballs for the second straight day, saying before the team's first practice of training camp on Thursday that he's only worried about the day's practice.