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WCC launches real-world hospital simulation program

State grant funds new nursing program

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Trader Joe’s sues ‘pirate’ trader

B.C. man calls the suit a red herring

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Cost Cutter to close two stores

Employees will be moved to other stores

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Regional campfire ban lifted

Recent rains help dry conditions

Cascade River Mudslides 4

North Cascades Highway to reopen this morning

Motorists can still expect some traffic control

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Police dog catches burglar hiding in the woods

Woman encounters man in her home

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County Prosecutor: Use of deadly force justified

One of two robbery suspects still recovering

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Ferndale man dies in rollover crash

Crash under investigation

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Nadal withdraws from Toronto, Cincinnati events

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Rafa Nadal will miss two U.S. Open tune-up events due to a wrist injury, putting his status in doubt for a title defense at the year's final grand slam.

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Chris Pratt goes from slob to heartthrob

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With a more buff physique than his character Andy Dwyer on "Parks and Recreation," Pratt combines cocky and dorky into an unlikely leader of a band of outcasts bent on saving the galaxy.

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Obama to Republicans: ‘Stop being mad all the time’

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The President took his criticism of congressional Republicans to a higher pitch on Wednesday, appealing to them to work with him to "get some work done."

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Gordon hires Suh to handle suspension appeal

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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon talks with reporters after a voluntary minicamp workout at the NFL football team's facility in Berea, Ohio Tuesday, April 29, 2014.

Maurice Suh helped Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman win an appeal for a suspension in 2012 and will be with Gordon at his appeal hearing in New York on Friday, according to the person familiar with the decision.

in Lifestyle

Study: Kids like new, healthier school lunches

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A recent study suggests that most elementary age students like eating the healthier school lunches required by the USDA.