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MISSING HIKER OK
WALKS OUT OF MOUNTAINS


June 21, 2009

(NORTH CASCADES HIGHWAY, WA) -- A hiker who recently moved to Everett and who was missing for more than three days in the North Cascades Park walked out of the park under his own power today.

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HIKER STILL MISSING IN NORTH CASCADES NAT’L PARK

June 21, 2009

(REGIONAL) -- North Cascades National Park rangers, aided by and Skagit County Search and Rescue volunteers, searched two backcountry campsites Saturday without finding an Everett man who failed to return from a backpacking trip three days earlier.

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SUSPECTS IN SULTAN MURDER OF TEEN ID’D AS GANG MEMBERS

June 20, 2009

(SULTAN, WA) -- Authorities have identified five teenagers who allegedly were involved in the beating and stabbing death of 17 year old Antonio Marks in Sultan early Wednesday morning as members of small Sultan gang of teens called BPS, for Brown Pride Soldiers.

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RECORDING INDUSTRY WINS
$1.92 MILLION VERDICT
IN FILE SHARING CASE


June 19, 2009

NATIONAL) -- Assuming the defendant has the money the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) could be $1.92 Million dollars richer after a federal jury Thursday ruled a mother of four who downloaded 24 songs violated music copyrights.

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THREE ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH KILLING OF TEEN IN SULTAN

June 18, 2009

(SULTAN, WA) -- Late last evening the Snohomish County Sheriff's office announced it had made three arrests in connection with a Lynnwood teenager's stabbing death in Sultan. All three have been booked on one count each of second-degree murder.

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