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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

Recent Headlines

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Today in entertainment history: May 29

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A look back on the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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Kluber strikes out 13 in Indians’ 5-3 win over Mariners

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber delivers against the Chicago White Sox during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, May 18, 2015, in Chicago.

Cleveland won for the eighth time in 10 games.

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Justices toss Washington law countering bad-faith lawsuits

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The Washington Supreme Court has struck down a state law that attempts to curtail lawsuits brought in bad faith to hinder public discussion.

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Report: Deficient risk assessment led to drill rig grounding

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Investigators say the grounding of a Shell drilling rig in 2012 was due to the company's inadequate assessment of risk.

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Part of Whatcom County closed to shellfish harvesting

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Public health officials say concerns about "red tide," which can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning, led to the closure.