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Two injured in crash after pursuit

A suspect who was being chased by law enforcement and crashed his car into an oncoming SUV remains at large Thursday morning.

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Kittitas holds off Lake Roosevelt

Raiders fall to Coyotes, 29-26 in opening round of 2B girls district tournament

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Mabton wears down Brewster, 60-47

Press, foul attack leads Vikings to quarterfinals

Flood watch issued for North-Central Washington

Flooding, mudslides affecting rural roads throughout North-Central Washington

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Storm prompts cancellation of Snow Drags

Due to a warm front that dumped buckets of rain last night, officials have called off the annual Snow Drags snowmobile race originally set for tomorrow on Lake Bonaparte.

State Highway 21 reopens following mudslide

State route 21 east of town has reopened following an early morning mudslide.

Bird flu reported near Riverside

Test shows highly contagious virus is in big flock

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State Supreme Court rules in favor of PUD

Ruling gives utility ability to build transmission line across state land

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Pateros schools chief injured in crash

Lois Davies hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center after suffering head and rib injuries in snowy crash on U.S. Highway 2.

Special meeting tonight canceled by council

A special City Council meeting previously scheduled for tonight has been canceled due a scheduling conflict.

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Seim arrested in Douglas County courtroom

Former 4th Congressional District candidate booked into Douglas County Jail for interfering with a court, disorderly conduct and contempt of court.

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Snow expected to fall today, more overnight

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for most of North-Central Washington, including Okanogan and Ferry Counties.

Newhouse, McMorris Rodgers vote for Keystone

State's Congressional delegation splits along party lines as U.S. House of Representatives passes Keystone XL Pipeline Act

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Columbia River reopens above Wanapum

Most of the 36-mile stretch of the Columbia River is again accessible to the public

Names of state fish and wildlife director finalists should be released, now

A decision by officials to hide the finalists' names for the Department of Fish and Wildlife's top job only damages an already tarnished reputation. Fish and Wildlife Commission members should release the names of the finalists before secretly interviewing them Thursday.

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