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Port Angeles Man Found Dead After Fall Over Cliff

September 05, 2018

(CLALLAM COUNTY, WA.) – The Clallam County Sheriff’s office says a 74-year old man lost his life Monday after falling off a bluff behind his home overlooking the Strait of Juan De Fuca.

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TV news anchor and TV weather woman get into bar fight over anchor’s husband

September 05, 2018

(CHARLESTON, S.C.) – A WSAZ-TV meteorologist has been charged with misdemeanor battery of a TV news anchor at the same station in Charleston following a bar fight that erupted over the meteorologist allegedly hitting on the TV news anchor’s husband.

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Monroe Schools To
Start On Time
Tentative Contract Agreement Reached With Teachers


September 05, 2018

(MONROE, WA.) – The Monroe School District released a statement Tuesday saying that, “After long hours spent negotiating over the holiday weekend, Monroe School District (MSD) and Monroe Education Association (MEA) reached a tentative agreement on a new contract for teachers, counselors and other educational professionals in the district.”

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We Americans Play A
Real Life Game Of ‘Monopoly’
Here’s why many of us
are losing badly


September 04, 2018

By Jill Richardson

(NATIONAL) – As a sociology professor in community college, I have my students play Monopoly.

Only, I give them a special, rigged version.


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Everett Police Say No Motive Known Yet In Shooting Death Of City Resident

September 04, 2018

(EVERETT, WA.) – Everett Police Detectives continue investigating the death of an Everett man on Sunday morning, but in a statement issued Monday said they still have no known motive for the shooting that involved an elderly grandfather and his grandson.

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