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Washington graduation test rules up for debate

Biology test on chopping block as graduation requirement

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Western students put on mustache for men’s health awareness

"Movemeber" movement brings former NFL quarterback to campus

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Slide closes popular trail

Crews repairing Interurban Trail

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Washington Senator among those to block pipeline

Murray says Keystone decision now would be reckless

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Bellingham soccer referee charged with collecting child porn

FBI: Man posed as girl to swap lewd photos of children

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Owner of notorious house gets six-figure settlement

Ferndale settles with owner of unfinished "clock tower" house

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Bus video shows missing man at Mosquito Lake Road

Daughter: Missing man and shootout could be connected

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Law enforcement equipment stolen from Uhaul

Thieves make off with former Blaine cop's police gear

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Carbon cap report to Inslee, may spur action

Market based carbon solution could fund education

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Study finds virus likely cause of sea star wasting

Possible cause of sea star deaths found

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First buyer at pot auction from Bellingham shop

Local pot shop makes a first for state

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New details in police shootout on Mosquito Lake Road

Police identify man dead in standoff

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Sheriff concerned more criminals taking shots at police

More criminals appear willing to shoot at police

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PSE customers getting surprise on next bill

Energy bill credit coming in time for cold weather

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Investigation: Skagit River Bridge truck over-height

New details emerge in Skagit bridge collapse investigation

Naval Air Station Patuxent River (Aug. 2, 2006) - A new era in Naval aviation have began for the first EA-18G Growler aircraft, the next-generation electronic attack aircraft for the U.S. Navy that combines the combat-proven F/A-18 Super Hornet with state-of-the-art electronic warfare avionics suite.The EA-18G will feature an airborne electronic attack suite based on Northrop Grumman's Improved Capability III system, a radically new jamming and information warfare system. The EA-18G is expected to enter initial operational capability in 2009. U.S. Navy photo (RELEASED)

Navy wants to increase number of Growlers

More military planes put island residents up in arms

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Christmas tree season now open

National Forest trees available for cutting

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Washington state health exchange down again

New year and health insurance website still has glitches

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Officials have new goal for state health exchange

Brokers making commission on health plans

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Man dead in police standoff east of Deming

Deputy hurt in Mosquito Lake Rd. shootout

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Big plays help Huskies race past Beavers

Washington's John Ross returns a punt against Arizona State in the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, in Seattle.

The Huskies became bowl eligible with a 37-13 win over Oregon State on Saturday night.

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WWU men wins exhibition at American University-Puerto Rico

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Western Washington University concluded its trip to Puerto Rico on Saturday by defeating American University, 85-68, in a men's basketball exhibition game at Complejo Deportive.

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WWU women defeats UCSD

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The Western Washington University women's basketball team rallied from a seven-point deficit and went on to claim an 80-77 overtime win over UC-San Diego to conclude final-day action at the West Region Crossover Classic on Saturday at Sam Carver Gymnasium on the WWU campus.

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Squalicum girls capture 2A state soccer title

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The Squalicum Storm girls soccer team won the 2A state soccer championship, defeating the Shorecrest Scots, Saturday at Shoreline Stadium.

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Viking men place fourth, women sixth at West Regional Championships

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Katelyn Steen takes women's title, both squads qualify for nationals