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Battling Demons in a Community Looking to Trump for ChangeGray's Harbor County embraced Donald Trump's call to America's forgotten corners, and flipped Republican. Yet many of those caught in the cycle of addiction did not vote.
Washington Mayors Call for Removal of Confederate RemindersEd Murray has called for a monument to Confederate soldiers at a cemetery and a statue of Vladimir Lenin in a neighborhood to be taken down.
Investor Who Stole Funds Sentenced To 9 Years in PrisonU.S. Attorney Annette Hayes says Chris Young Yoo pleaded guilty in March, admitting he raised millions by promising to invest his clients' money in funds he managed.
Starbucks Founder Questions Country's 'Moral Fiber'Schultz said at an employee forum in Seattle on Tuesday that he has "profound concern about the lack of character, morality, humanity," displayed at the Charlottesville rally.
Washington State Unemployment Rate is Steady at 4.5 Percent"The good economic news continues in Washington," Paul Turek, economist for the department, said in a statement. "Unemployment is at a record low and Washington businesses continue to add jobs."
Protests, Vigils Around US Decry White Supremacist RallyGatherings spanned from a march to President Donald Trump's home in New York to candlelight vigils in several cities.
Amtrak Solar Eclipse Train Sells Out In Just 22 HoursAmtrak says a special train ride taking passengers along the route of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse sold out in less than a day.
World War II Vet Gets Home Makeover And Free Trip From VolunteersA World War II veteran in Austin, Texas has received a helping hand from thankful volunteers in his community.
American Denies Pushing Woman Into London Bus's PathAn American investment banker says he's not the suspect who was caught on camera pushing a woman into the path of a London bus.
Using Facebook Makes You Feel Good, But Can Create Guilt, Study SaysA professor at Michigan State University is comparing the use of Facebook to an addiction.
Drinking Beer May Lead To Mental Clarity, Study SaysResearchers at the University of Graz say that a mild alcohol intoxication can help clear mental blocks and spark creative thought.
Jail Official Sentenced To Prison After Denying Medical Care To Dying Diabetic InmateA former Oklahoma jail administrator was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison after the 2013 death of a diabetic inmate that the official allegedly accused of faking an illness.

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Seahawks DE Bennett Sits Again During National AnthemBennett was the only Seattle player on the bench, but he was joined by two teammates standing with him. Center Justin Britt stood alongside with his hand on Bennett's shoulder. Defensive back Jeremy Lane also stood next to Bennett.
Fant's Injury Cast Shadow Over Seahawks' Win Over VikingsRussell Wilson looked just fine throwing for 206 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, and the Seattle Seahawks suffered a significant injury to left tackle George Fant in their 20-13 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Friday night.
Cruz, Ramirez Lead Mariners Over Rays 7-1Nelson Cruz hit two doubles and his 30th home run Friday night and Erasmo Ramirez won his first game for the Seattle Mariners since April 1, 2014, a 7-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Hopkins 1st Full-Time Female Baseball Scout in Over 50 YearsAmanda Hopkins is now about to complete her second year as an area scout for the Seattle Mariners, the first full-time female baseball scout in more than 50 years.
Seahawks Agree on Contract Extension With C Justin BrittBritt has helped stabilize Seattle's often changing line. He started his career at right tackle, moved to left guard and last year settled at center, where he flourished.
Alonso's Bat, Rzepczynski's Relief, Mariners Beat O's 7-6Alonso hit his first homer for Seattle and drove in three runs, and Marc Rzepczynski struck out Chris Davis with the bases loaded to end the Mariners' 7-6 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday.

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