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The business was able to reopen because vital paperwork was preserved.
Witnesses told police that they heard a gunshot and saw two men pile into a white suv.
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Anneliese Ballou, 9, was named the first student ambassador by the Hungry Hearts Foundation.
The chain restaurant is listed as a tenant in new development at Alderwood mall.
With the legislative session set to end March 8, pressure is building for action.
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There was lots of talk this week about the prudence and pressures of soaring production rates.
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‘One-of-a-kind opportunity’ lets students explore manufacturing and engineering techniques
Seattle must decide whether to use the expensive tag or let the defensive tackle test free agency.
Arizona sends Brandon Drury to the Yankees in the three-team deal involving the former local prep star.
Andrea Rosen quit eating sweets 3 years ago, lost weight, felt better and her family also benefited.
The ninth annual Great Northwest Glass Quest is on Camano Island and in Stanwood through Feb. 25.
The Trump administration’s suggested changes to SNAP are intended to starve a successful program.
Anthony Borges was shot in legs and back while attempting to close and lock a classroom door.
The Florida House has voted down a motion to take up a bill that would ban assault rifles.
Critics say Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has elevated corporate interests above treasured sites.
The grants are designed to help residents with jobs, education and financial self-sufficiency.
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The rainforest-like conservatory is home to more than 40,000 plants from 50 countries.