The shooting at Cascade Mall in Burlington is the seventh mass shooting in the state of Washington this year. Here is a look back at some high-profile shootings in the state.

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An updated version of this list can be found here.

July 30, 2016:Three people were killed and one injured at a house party of recent Kamiak High School graduates in Mukilteo. A 19-year-old man, a former boyfriend of one victim, is accused in the killings. Police said he read the instruction manual of his AR-15 just before the shooting.

July 15, 2016: Authorities found three people shot dead inside a Clark County home. A fourth person was shot in the face but was able to drive to a convenience store and escape. Police arrested a man with elaborate Nazi tattoos.

June 22, 2016: A shooting near Lacey, Thurston County, left two men and one woman dead inside a travel trailer. Another man was injured. Police said methamphetamine, heroin and firearms were in the trailer.

Feb. 26, 2016: A man shot and killed four people, including his wife and her two sons, near Belfair, Mason County. After police used tear gas during a standoff at the man’s remote, wooded property, he killed himself. A 12-year-old girl fled from the home during the standoff.

Jan. 26, 2016: Five people were shot, two fatally, at the Jungle homeless encampment beneath I-5. Three teens were arrested. The shooting touched off a conversation about conditions in the notorious camp.

Oct. 24, 2014: Five teenagers were fatally shot at Marysville-Pilchuck High School by a friend as they ate lunch in the cafeteria. Jaylen Fryberg, 15, then turned the gun on himself.

June 5, 2014: A shooting at Seattle Pacific University left one student dead, two wounded. Aaron Rey Ybarra, 27, of Mountlake Terrace, was charged.

May 30, 2012: Ian Stawicki, 40, shot five people at Cafe Racer in Northeast Seattle, killing four and wounding one, and then drove downtown and killed a woman near Town Hall. He fatally shot himself on a West Seattle sidewalk.

Nov. 29, 2009: Four Lakewood police officers were gunned down in a coffee shop south of Tacoma by Maurice Clemmons, who was later shot and killed by a Seattle police officer.

April 4, 2009: James Harrison fatally shot all five of his children, ages 7-16, in Graham and then drove to Auburn and killed himself.

Sept. 2, 2008: Six people were shot and killed by Isaac Zamora, 29, and four others were injured in a rampage that started in Alger, Skagit County, and continued down Interstate 5 during a high-speed chase that ended when he gave up in Mount Vernon.

Dec. 24, 2007: Six members of the same family were fatally shot in a Carnation home. Michele Anderson and her former boyfriend, Joseph McEnroe, were convicted.

July 28, 2006: Naveed Haq attacked the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, making anti-Semitic statements before killing one woman and wounding five. He was sentenced to life.

March 25, 2006: Kyle Huff, 28, shot and killed six people and wounded two others in a house in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood before fatally shooting himself.

Nov. 20, 2005: Dominick Maldonado wounded seven in a Tacoma Mall shooting rampage. He was sentenced to more than 163 years in prison.

July 5, 1998: Five young men walked into the Trang Dai restaurant in Tacoma and fired nearly 60 bullets, killing five people and injuring five more in what were described as gang-related killings. Of the nine men charged in the case, two committed suicide, another was killed before trial, four pleaded guilty and two were convicted at trial.

Feb. 2, 1996: At Frontier Middle School in Moses Lake, two students and one teacher were killed and another student was wounded when 14-year-old Barry Loukaitis opened fire on his algebra class. He is serving a life sentence.

June 20, 1994: Airman Dean Mellberg, who had been discharged from the military for mental-health reasons, opened fire with a semiautomatic assault rifle at Spokane’s Fairchild Air Force Base hospital. Four people were killed and 22 were injured before Mellberg was shot and killed by a base security officer.

Feb. 19, 1983: 13 people were slain during a robbery at the Wah Mee gambling parlor in Seattle’s Chinatown International District. Two men, Kwan Fai “Willie” Mak and Benjamin Ng, are serving life sentences for the Wah Mee killings. A third man, Tony Ng (no relation to Benjamin), was paroled in 2014 and deported to Hong Kong.

Information in this article, originally published Sept. 23, 2016, was corrected Sept. 24, 2016. A previous version of this story gave an incorrect date for the shooting at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.