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Washington Loses Fight, Could Pay Up To $2B To Save SalmonWashington state lost a major legal battle Friday, which could force it spend nearly $2 billion to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration.
Snoqualmie Tribe Donates 200 Defibrillators To PoliceThe Snoqualmie Tribe donated 200 defibrillators to the King County Sheriff's Department, Snoqualmie Police Department and the Snoqualmie Tribe Police Department.
Felon Wounded In Gunfight Sentenced For Illegal FirearmA Seattle man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for having an illegal firearm during a gun battle in a car at a downtown gas station.
3 Hurt After Falling From Ferris Wheel in Port TownsendTwo women and a 7-year-old boy are recovering after falling from a Ferris wheel in Port Townsend
Family Of Cornell Disputes He Killed HimselfRock musician Chris Cornell's wife on Friday disputed "inferences" that the rocker killed himself in a Detroit hotel room, saying he may have taken more of an anti-anxiety drug than he was prescribed.
Canadian Prime Minister Meets With Washington GovernorCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee met to discuss their close ties on topics ranging from trade to climate.
Car Plows Into Times Square Crowd; 1 DeadA car has plowed into pedestrians in NYC’s Times Square, killing one person and injuring at least 20.
Justice Dept. Appoints Robert Mueller To Lead Russian InvestigationNational Security Deputy attorney general appoints special counsel to oversee probe of Russian interference in election.
US Judge Blocks Restriction On Immigrant Legal HelpThe order would force it and similar groups around the country to stop preparing motions and other documents on behalf of immigrants who represent themselves
Washington Unemployment Rate Drops To 4.6 PercentA rate that matches the state's historic low rate last reached in June 2007, state officials said Wednesday.
Gov. Inslee Signs Bill To Ban Holding Phones While DrivingInslee vetoed a section that had the measure take effect in 2019. He said it was too important to wait for the provisions to become law. The law will now take effect in mid-July.
Comey Memo Says Trump Asked Him To Drop Flynn ProbeTrump told Comey that Flynn had done nothing wrong and he should "let this go," according to a memo Comey wrote after their meeting

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