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- Ruth Velozo, a founder of Northwest Harvest, dies at 86
- Inslee asks for federal wildfire aid
- State says idled Bertha may add $78M to its cost for tunnel
- Feds: Accused Russian hacker in SeaTac federal jail may be plotting escape
- Have ideas about school funding? You talk, senators say they’ll listen
- State Sen. Mark Miloscia to run for state auditor
- Toxic road runoff kills salmon in hours, study finds
- Inslee orders another rewrite of clean-water rules
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State Sen. Mark Miloscia will run for state auditor next year, saying indicted incumbent Troy Kelley has “brought shame and embarassment” to the office.
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- SEC adds millions to developer’s alleged fraud in Seattle
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The state says it expects to spend $78 million extra on its own staff, consultants and road work because of tunnel-machine Bertha’s two-year delay, a letter to insurers says.
FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — A Virginia man accused of killing three Alexandria residents over the span of a decade wanted revenge against what he perceived as the city's elite after losing a child custody case, prosecutors said Thursday. Opening statements began in the trial of Charles Severance, 55, of Ashburn. He is accused of shooting...
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