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Correction: Wrongful Termination Settlement story

In a story Sept. 20 about a wrongful termination lawsuit settlement, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of the clerk of Washington's House of Representatives. She is Barbara Baker, not Barbara Bailey.

Totem pole to explain why sun shines in Sequim

The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe is donating a totem pole to the new City Hall in Sequim (skwim).

Sex offender suspected of Arlington voyeurism

Police say a man suspected of peeping into a girl's window at Arlington is a 51-year-old Level 3 sex offender with a prior conviction for voyeurism.

Rock quarry working day and night for Boeing 777X

Snohomish County has given a Granite Falls quarry permission to truck rocks, gravel and sand at night until 3 a.m. to keep up with the needs of contractors building the new Boeing 777X factory at Everett.

Pete Carroll had no idea Seahawk DeShawn Shead proposed

Besides a dramatic win Sunday, the Seahawks are also celebrating an engagement. Cornerback DeShawn Shead proposed to his girlfriend after the game.

Big fence to protect Skagit farm from elk herd

More than two miles of fencing over 6 feet high is being installed at a cattle breeding farm near the Skagit River in an attempt to prevent elk from barging in and eating the cattle feed.

Seattle City Light apologizes for delays on I-5 near Southcenter

Seattle City Light is apologizing for causing long backups on northbound I-5 Monday morning.

9 missile silos near Spokane held nuclear bombs

In the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, nine Atlas missiles at silos near Spokane were aimed at Cuba, ready to launch nuclear bombs within 15 minutes.

Worker dies at Weyerhaeuser mill in Longview

A worker for an electrical contractor died while installing wiring at the Weyerhaeuser mill in Longview.

Airplane crash visible from I-5 is part of week-long drill

It's going to look like an actual plane crash this week at the south end of Boeing Field, but King County wants you to know: It's only a drill.

Washington weather takes a turn to fall

With the start of fall, here come the clouds and a forecast of rain for Washington.

Nurse plans to ease pain of saying goodbye with 'Ladybug House'

After 30 years holding the hands of parents and children as they say "I love you" one last time, a local nurse wants to make saying goodbye a little easier.

Benton County Jail inmate dies in exercise yard

The Benton County sheriff's office says a heart attack is suspected in the death Saturday of an inmate who was stricken while exercising in a recreation yard.

SR 530 expected to open day after 6 month anniversary of Oso slide

The Washington Transportation Department says rain last week delayed the scheduled reopening to two-way, 50 mph traffic of a section of Highway 530 destroyed by the Oso mudslide last March.

Cowboys, Eagles and Ravens pull off comeback wins

as they did seven months ago on football's biggest stage.

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