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Detectives look for help to identify murder suspects
In shooting death of homeless man


September 14, 2018

(EVERETT, WA.) – In July, a homeless man in Everett was murdered in what appears to have been a senseless act of cruelty.

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Amazon founder Bezos goes off on Trump over President’s “dangerous” rhetoric aimed at news media

September 14, 2018

Chronicle news & opinion

(NATIONAL) – Amazon founder and Washington Post newspaper owner Jeff Bezos finally took the gloves off while breaking his silence on President Trump.


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A Naval War College prof’s take on all that alleged Russian “lying”

September 14, 2018

(NATIONAL) – Tom Nichols, a professor at the US Naval War College has an interesting take on what he thinks the ultimate goal is of all that alleged Russian “lying,” hacking, disinformation campaigns.

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Pierce County
Sheriff’s Office:
”That’s a lot of dope & guns...off our streets”


September 13, 2018

By Rex D. Cain
News, opinion, expert crime analysis


(PIERCE COUNTY, WA.) – The Pierce County Sheriff’s office is on a roll these days, bringing into the department all kinds of dope and guns that some folks (dope fiends, dopeheads & dealers mostly) are inappropriately holding onto and in some cases, selling to others


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One man perishes, six others taken to hospital after late night duplex garage fire near Everett

September 13, 2018

(SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA.) – The Snohmish County Sheriffs office says one man died and four other adults as well as 2 children were taken to the hospital “for exposure to smoke after a garage fire at a duplex,” near Everett.

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