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  1. Police: Armed civilian who shot, killed gunman at Washington state Walmart was a pastorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | USA Today

    A suspect who injured multiple people while trying to steal their vehicles was fatally shot by an armed civilian in a Walmart parking lot in Washington. Police: Armed civilian who shot, killed gunman at Washington state Walmart was a pastor A suspect who injured multiple people while trying to steal their vehicles was fatally shot by an armed civilian in a Walmart parking lot in Washington.

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  2. Senate Page OgakiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Northwest Asian Weekly

    Jasmine Ogaki, a junior at Shorewood High School, was appointed by Sen. Patty Murray to serve as a U.S. Senate Page during the spring term of 2018. Ogaki was one of 30 students selected nationwide.

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  3. Barry Trotz steps down as coach of the Washington CapitalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | WPMT-TV York

    The Capitals defeated the Golden Knights 4-3 to win the Stanley Cup Final Series 4-1. after Game Five of the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Final between the Washington Capitals and the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena on June 7, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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  4. Barry Trotz Resigns as Capitals Head CoachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Japers' Rink

    The Washington Capitals announced on Monday afternoon that head coach Barry Trotz has resigned after four seasons at the helm. Barry Trotz informed the organization today of his decision to resign as head coach of the Washington Capitals.

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  5. McMorris Rodgers releases statement on family separation at borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Eastern Washington Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers issued a statement Monday in response to a growing border crisis. There has been a spike in the number of migrant children being separated from their parents because of a new "zero tolerance" policy for illegal border crossing put into place by the Trump administration.

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  6. Graffiato Richmond Is Permanently Closed, And Everyonea s Pointing FingersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Washingtonian.com

    Graffiato Richmond is permanently closed-despite previous claims by restaurateur Mike Isabella that the Italian eatery is temporarily shuttered while the HVAC system is being repaired. Some former employees say they're still waiting for their paychecks.

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  7. Some Washington driver's licenses, ID cards to changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | The Columbian

    Some Washington driver's licenses will have a new look starting July 1, a result of the state's decision to find a way to comply with the federal Real ID law. Those limits mean that while the driver's license is good for standard identification as well as operating a motor vehicle, it won't pass muster at a federal facility that requires federal ID and isn't proper identification for crossing an international border.

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  8. Barry Trotz steps down as Capitals head coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Washington Times

    " Barry Trotz informed the organization today of his decision to resign as head coach of the Washington Capitals ," the team said in a statement. "We are obviously disappointed by Barry 's decision, but would like to thank Barry for all his efforts the past four years and for helping bring the Stanley Cup to Washington .

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  9. Judge orders MCC to provide Ramadan meals to inmatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | The Monroe Monitor & Valley News

    A federal judge last week ordered the Monroe Correctional Complex to comply with the dietary restrictions of four Muslim inmates observing Ramadan. The Council on American-Islamic Relations sued the Washington Department of Corrections last week, after the Muslim MCC inmates reported they hadn't been provided the meals they signed up to receive after sundown during most of the month-long observance of Ramadan.

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  10. Here's how your Washington driver's license is changing July 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Tri-cityherald.com

    Some Washington driver's licenses will have a new look starting July 1, a result of the state's decision to find a way to comply with the federal Real ID law. Those limits mean that while the driver's license is good for standard identification as well as operating a motor vehicle, it won't pass muster at a federal facility that requires federal ID and isn't proper identification for crossing an international border.

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  11. Indigenous protesters in Washington insist Trans Mountain won't be builtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | CBC News

    ... Morgan brought together a skilled spill management team including staff from U.S., Canadian, B.C. and Washington government agencies. But the report also said non-floating oil tactics planned on the Washington side were not planned on the B.C. side, ...

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  12. Longtime WMAL Morning Host Frank Harden Has DiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | WMAL-AM Washington

    Frank Harden, one-half of the greatest radio team the Nation's Capital has ever seen, died Friday at his home in Chevy Chase. He was 95. Together with his on-air partner, Jackson Weaver, Harden created Harden and Weaver , a ratings and revenue-generating juggernaut of a morning show that drove WMAL to the top of Washington's radio business for more than three decades.

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  13. In the news today, June 18Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | The Daily Courier

    Forty per cent of the children in Finance Minister Bill Morneau's downtown Toronto riding live in poverty, one of the highest rates identified in a new report that tracks child poverty rates across all 338 federal ridings. The anti-poverty group Campaign 2000 is hoping its report will prod the government to approve a soon-to-be-finalized poverty-reduction strategy before next year's federal election, and enshrine its commitments in legislation.

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  14. Washington researchers say local orca missing, presumed deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    In this undated photo provided by the University of Washington, Southern resident killer whales swim off the coast of San Juan Island, Wash. A new study to be published Thursday, June 29, 2017, says that the small population of endangered Puget Sound orcas are having pregnancy problems due to stress from not getting enough salmon to eat.

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  15. Longtime DC Radio Host Frank Harden Dies at 95Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | NBC Washington

    Harden, one half of the WMAL show "Harden and Weaver," died Friday in Chevy Chase, the radio station announced. He was 95. "Harden and Weaver" was created in 1960 and covered news, weather, traffic and more.

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  16. FDNY: 20 firefighters hurt while battling 5-alarm blaze on Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Officials in New York say 20 firefighters were injured, four seriously, while fighting a five-alarm fire on Staten Island Saturday night. The fire broke out at a home on Steinway Avenue in New Springville around 7 p.m. on Saturday, the FDNY said.

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  17. Spokane Police: Impairment not a factor in crash that seriously injured teenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 16 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Update: Spokane Police report that the driver who hit a pedestrian crossing the street near the intersection of Northwest Boulevard and Cannon St. Saturday night is cooperating with investigators. Preliminary investigation shows that it does not appear the driver was impaired at the time of the crash, and speed was not a factor.

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  18. Washington driver's licenses, ID cards to change on July 1 - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | The Spokesman-Review

    Some Washington driver's licenses will have a new look starting July 1, a result of the state's decision to find a way to comply with the federal Real ID law. Those limits mean that while the driver's license is good for standard identification as well as operating a motor vehicle, it won't pass muster at a federal facility that requires federal ID and isn't proper identification for crossing an international border.

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  19. Second trial of Dean Skelos and his son to begin this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | Newsday

    The new trial was triggered by a Supreme Court decision that raised the bar for prosecutors in bribery and extortion cases. Former Senate Republican Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son Adam leaving federal court in Foley Square after a jury found them both guilty in their corruption case on Dec. 11, 2015.

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  20. Indy 500 a Washington traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 16 | O-R Online

    From left, Syl Wrubleski, Dave Johnston, Chip Ganassi, Al Wrubleski and Andrew Soltez are shown at Indy 500 qualifying in 1982.

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