Judge allows class-action case against Portland glass maker

Lawsuit contends Bullseye released arsenic, cadmium and other potentially toxic-heavy metals.

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Bainbridge man aims at Alaska in the journey of a lifetime

Twenty-five years ago, Steve Rhoades hit rock bottom at a brothel-drug house in Kent.

Ferry riders, hope for the best, prepare for the worst

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Whidbey Island woman’s grudge led her to murder her sister

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Missing hunters identified after crash into Idaho river

Two men escaped the vehicle with minor injuries and have returned to their homes in Georgia.

Sequim man sentenced for waving gun in road-rage incident

The 67-year-old filed notice to appeal the conviction; he is to begin serving his sentence July 11.

Sex offender captured following anonymous tip

Authorities believed man was with missing teenager Lilieana “Lily” Christopherson, but he wasn’t.

Arsonist who set fatal fire to be released from prison

Martin Pang was convicted of setting a fire in his parents’ International District warehouse in 1995.

16-year-old pleads guilty to second-degree murder charge

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Missing fisherman found by divers in submerged vessel

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