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- With death on table, McEnroe jury’s friendships crumbled
- Mike Banner: He’s climbed Mount Rainier every summer for 50 years
- Chief of Shell’s Arctic drilling program searches for ‘the prize’
- Transgender youth to get support in Eugene schools
- Car strikes 3 at Sasquatch festival; 1 serious injury
- Capitol Hill cellphone robbery gets worse once gunfire starts
- Seattle woman distributes search maps, offers reward for lost wedding ring
- After Federal Way killing, police search for man with tattooed head
- This weekend, expect mild weather and a crush of travelers
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Authorities say a Friday morning accident on Interstate 90 in Eastern Washington left pet food strewn across the road.
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Schools in Eugene will develop training for school employees on how to support transgender and gender nonconforming students, for instance, by asking which pronoun or name a student prefers.
If the Carnation massacre doesn’t warrant the death penalty, does anything? A jury’s verdict spared the life of a killer, but it may have helped kill the death penalty around here.
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Shell’s Ann Pickard says an offshore oil find in the remote Chukchi Sea could eventually yield 1 million barrels of oil daily, and she insists the company has learned from its messy Arctic exploration effort in 2012.
In the state’s first checkup on recreational-marijuana stores, four of 22 stores sold pot to underage buyers, according to the Liquor Control Board.