There’s only 1 known Pearl Harbor survivor left in Spokane

This widow is striving not to let her community forget the attack.

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A book-signing followed a conversation between Clinton and author Anne Lamott at the Paramount Theatre.

Lawmaker placed on leave from college due to investigation

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Vera Katz, who helped turn Portland into hipster haven, dies

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Report: Wolf population increase not hurting deer numbers

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Oregon woman threatened to kill everyone on a plane

She apparently became agitated after being told to put out her cigarette.

Washington, Amazon sue company over seller training programs

Braintree is accused of using deceptive ads promising information on how to make money on Amazon.

“Help me,” kidnapped woman mouths, is rescued

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Inslee promises state action on net neutrality protections

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