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- Bertha’s cutter face expected to be out of tunnel vault later today
- WSU study: ‘Exploding head syndrome’ more common than once thought
- Seattle clarifies fine points of new minimum-wage law
- Chambers Bay neighbors hope to cash in on U.S. Open
- Record year for applications to state’s universities
- Judge won’t delay Carnation killer’s penalty phase trial
- Shoreline Community College to offer full-ride scholarships
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The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will rehear a case in which a panel of its judges threw out a child-pornography conviction due to Naval Criminal Investigative Services violations of Posse Comitatus Act.
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The front of tunnel-boring machine Bertha is on pace to emerge from its deep access vault late Monday afternoon, after a trouble-free day of crane tests and hoisting.
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More than 300 people signed up to testify at a House Education Committee hearing on a bill that would require school districts to consider student test scores as a factor in teacher evaluations.