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  1. Dog gets sick after ingesting pink powder in Mission HillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | KFMB-TV San Diego

    David Anderson says he and his dog Barney were walking along West Washington when he noticed the dog sniffing a pile of pink powder. This morning the piles were still there so Anderson went to the fire station and they were able to clean up the substance.


  2. Kalispel Tribe files federal suit to halt Spokane Tribe's casino - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Spokesman-Review

    Construction workers begin assembling the steel skeleton of the first phase of the Spokane Tribe of Indians casino near Airway Heights Thursday, Mar. 23, 2017. The Kalispel Tribe of Indians has filed a suit in federal court seeking an immediate halt to the construction of a rival casino being built in Airway Heights by the Spokane Tribe of Indians.


  3. Melania's Nudge Saves Donald From Certain Hand-Over-Heart BurnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    While Trump's misstep was met with routine trolling, Melania's reaction was largely praised as a " real " moment between a married couple. Michael McGee, 5, posed with an Easter bunny during the White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington today.


  4. Gonzaga's Nigel Williams-Goss to skip senior season, declares for NBA draftRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | USA Today

    Gonzaga's Nigel Williams-Goss to skip senior season, declares for NBA draft Williams-Goss led the Bulldogs to their first appearance in the Final Four. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2pzazfy SPOKANE, Wash.


  5. Williams-Goss to follow Collins and enter NBA draftRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Nigel Williams-Goss is following teammate Zach Collins into the NBA Draft and intends to hire an agent, ending his brilliant collegiate career after one season at Gonzaga. Williams-Goss made the announcement on Tuesday, in advance of the April 23 deadline for early entrants to declare for the Draft.


  6. Crikey! Why does an English woman address customers at the Georgetown DMV?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Washington Post

    Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events Georgetown has always been a place apart, its own city before it was a mere District neighborhood. And named, as it apparently was, after King George II of England, there are reasons to question its sympathies even today.


  7. Alabama governor moves up election for Sessions' Senate seatRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Madison Press

    The election to fill Jeff Sessions' former U.S. Senate seat will be moved up to this year, Alabama's new governor announced Tuesday, as she quickly reversed one of her predecessor's most controversial political decisions. In one of her first major acts, Gov. Kay Ivey undid former Gov. Robert Bentley's plans to wait until 2018 to hold the election to fill the seat for the remainder of Sessions' term.


  8. Renew boat tabs now or online, and youa ll have more time to be out on the waterRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Olympian

    On Tuesday, the Thurston County Auditor's Office launched its "Beat the Rush" campaign to promote early boat registration renewals. In Washington, boat registrations expire on June 30, and renewals can be purchased anytime after Jan. 1. Thurston County always sees an uptick in business for the tabs as the deadline approaches or passes, especially around the Fourth of July weekend, according to Auditor Mary Hall.


  9. Luxury Style Mag Says Trump May Actually Be An IntrovertRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Daily Caller

    If you haven't noticed, ever since Donald Trump came into office, Vanity Fair has amped up its coverage of Washington's colorful cast of characters. And now Town & Country, which self-describes as the oldest continually published general interest magazine in America , wants in on the action.


  10. Guest Editorial: Seriously, Enough With the Tax Breaks for Special InterestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Stranger

    Our state has an estimated 700 tax breaks and loopholes in its tax code. If the legislature is serious about investing in the priorities that help Washington's communities thrive - like schools, job training programs, and public health clinics - it needs to follow the lead of the House Democrats whose budget would clean up the tax code by getting rid of unnecessary tax breaks.


  11. The Best Advice for Philly ParentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | Phillymag.com

    From the moment one conceives until well, forever, a parent gets advice. Incessant, unsolicited advice.


  12. Sandvik in Finley agrees to $650,000 payment in Clean Water Act caseRead the original story

    Monday Apr 17 | Tri-cityherald.com

    Sandvik Special Metals in Finley has agreed to pay $650,000 and will make improvements to its wastewater treatment under terms of a consent decree approved in federal court on Monday. The money will be used for three projects intended to improve water quality in the Columbia River and its tributaries in Eastern Washington.


  13. High school baseball roundup: Wash High rallies, wins wild one at BentworthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | O-R Online

    Washington overcame an early seven-run deficit, scoring 10 times over the final two innings to defeat host Bentworth 14-10 in a nonsection game.


  14. Constantine hopes to contribute after fourth surgery in four yearsRead the original story

    Monday Apr 17 | The Olympian

    The brutal nature of this sport has taken its toll on Sean Constantine. There was back surgery.


  15. Washington governor signs theatrical wrestling billRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | The Columbian

    Inslee called the sport the "richest cultural tradition in the United States." The bill aligns theatrical wrestling - popularly known for chair-throwing, body-slamming, and rehearsed matches seen on television - with other schools that operate under the same licensing framework such as martial arts studios and boxing facilities.


  16. Prosecutor: Suspect in Washington mall shooting found deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | Darien News-Review

    In this Sept. 26, 2016, file photo, Arcan Cetin is escorted into Skagit County District Court by Skagit County's Sheriff's Deputies, in Mount Vernon, Wash.


  17. The War on Employee Misclassification: Will Trump Call a Cease Fire?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | JD Supra

    During its two terms, the Obama Administration declared war on misclassification of employees as independent contractors. The U.S. Department of Labor issued additional guidance on the proper classification of workers.


  18. Independent Pioneer Stephan Cassaday Named One of the Top Advisors in the NationRead the original story

    Monday Apr 17 | PRWeb

    "Our boutique firm's success is a testament to the fact that investors are placing an increasing amount of value in the objectivity that comes with the independent model." Stephan Cassaday, President and CEO of Cassaday & Company, Inc., has again been named to Barron's Top 100 Financial Advisors list, the publication's largest, most comprehensive annual ranking.


  19. Suspect in Washington state mall shootings found dead in cellRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2016 | Reuters

    FILE PHOTO: Arcan Cetin, 20, of Oak Harbor is seen in a Washington State Department of Licensing photo released by the Washington State Patrol after they named him as a suspect in a mass shooting in Burlington, Washington, U.S. on September 24, 2016. Courtesy Washington State Patrol/Handout via Reuters/File Photo The gunman accused of killing five people during a shooting rampage last year inside a Washington state shopping mall has been found dead in his jail cell, a local official said on Monday.


  20. Selling your home in a seller's market isn't as easy as you thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | The Washington Post

    If you're a home seller in the Washington area, you probably feel like you have it made. Real estate agents are regularly seeing bidding wars, and prices have soared over the past several years.