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Oregon Officials Preparing for Potential Legal Marijuana

The leadership of Oregon's largest agencies has quietly convened high-level meetings to discuss how to deal with an upcoming marijuana legalization measure.

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Woman Survives 15-Foot Fall in Wheelchair

A southwest Washington fire chief says a woman in an electric wheelchair fell off a trail and 15 feet down an embankment to a Camas lake bed but escaped with only minor injuries.

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Secretary of State Predicts Voter Turnout in the 60 Percent Range

Washington state's top election official is predicting that 62 percent of eligible voters will participate in the November election.

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Overnight Earthquake Hits Puget Sound

A 4.0 magnitude earthquake rattled the Puget Sound early Wednesday.

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Grant County Wildfire Threatening Dozen Homes

The Washington State Patrol announced in a news release last night that state fire assistance has been mobilized to fight the Trinidad Fire in Grant County.

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Oregon City Might Ban Smoking on Sidewalks

The City of Salem is looking at banning smoking on some public sidewalks.

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Oso to Receive Seedling from 9/11 Memorial Survivor Tree

Seedlings from a callery pear tree recovered from the smoldering ashes at the World Trade Center are headed to sites of tragedy in Washington, Mississippi and Texas.

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum says Friday six-foot seedlings from the 9/11 Memorial's "Survivor Tree" will be sent to Oso, Washington, Gulfport, Mississippi and Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas

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Seahawks Recognize Wapato Coach for Breaking the Streak — Dave’s Diary

The Seahawks do something cool each week -- besides win. They recognize football success around the state, and this week it's a tip of the beak to the Wapato Wolves and varsity head football coach, Brian Hake (hay-kee)

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Gov. Inslee Asking Feds to Reconsider Wildfire Aid

Gov. Jay Inslee is asking the federal government to reconsider providing federal aid to people hurt by the state's largest wildfire.

Inslee said Wednesday that more homes were destroyed or damaged than initially thought

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Naches Sportsman Days Brings Fun to Valley

One of the longest running festivals in the Yakima Valley starts Friday in downtown Naches.

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