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Would-be burglars crash into Vancouver drug store

Police say three men crashed a stolen pickup truck into a Walgreens store in Vancouver and unsuccessfully tried to take money from an ATM.

Lawsuit: agreement means more funds for foster children

The state of Washington and a foster parents group has reached an agreement in a federal lawsuit to provide about $8.5 million per year to cover the care of foster children.

231,000 in Washington may be due T-Mobile refund

State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says about 231,000 T-Mobile customers in Washington may be eligible for a share of a settlement with the company over billing unauthorized charges, a practice known as cramming.

Boeing subsidiary wins $41M Pentagon contract for drones

The Boeing subsidiary based in the Columbia River Gorge, Insitu Inc., has won a $41 million Pentagon contract to build three Blackjack drone systems for the Navy.

Two people stabbed at Seattle strip club

Two people were stabbed at a strip club in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood Thursday night.

2 employees slashed at Seattle strip club

Police say two people were slashed Thursday night at a Seattle strip club, Dream Girls in the Sodo neighborhood.

AP Source: Seahawks lock up Avril with extension

A person with knowledge of the deal says the Seattle Seahawks have signed defensive end Cliff Avril to a $28.5 million, four-year extension, preventing one of their top pass rushers from reaching free agency.

Spokane County tostudy bad-check program

The new prosecutor in Spokane County is ending a deal with a Missouri company that uses the office's letterhead to target bad-check writers.

Unclaimed cremated remains rest in Puget Sound

The cremated remains of 23 people were dropped Thursday into the waters of Puget Sound off Fox Island.

50 arrests in Tri-City gang sweep

Police arrested 50 people this week in a gang sweep across the Tri-Cities, prompted by a wave of recent shootings.

WSP trooper hits 2 pedestrians in Bellingham

The Washington State Patrol says a trooper hit two pedestrians in a road about 1 a.m. Friday in Bellingham.

Attorney: Florist who refused gay wedding job should have chance to argue case before jury

A Richmond flower shop owner refused to provide flowers for the wedding of two gay men and now she will learn if she'll be allowed to take her case to a jury.

Threat keeps Issaquah middle school closed for third day

Pacific Cascade Middle school is closed for a third straight day as a precaution, after a threatening letter was found on campus.

Burglar takes 24 pounds of pot from Seattle grower

A legal marijuana grower in Seattle says it's recovering from a costly burglary.

Yakima official suspended for too many texts

The head of Yakima's Utilities and Engineering Department has been suspended for two weeks without pay for using her work phone to send too many personal messages.

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