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Third woman sues Olympia area soccer club over alleged sexual assault by a coach

May 17, 2018

(OLYMPIA, WA.) – A third woman has come forward to sue the Black Hills Football Club, an Olympia area youth soccer club, alleging the club failed to prevent her from being sexually assaulted by a coach when she was a teenager.

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SR 531 travelers in Snohomish County:
Plan for daytime delays this week


May 16, 2018

(SNOHOMISH COUNTY) – The Washington State Transportation Dept. (WSDOT) says “heads up” for anyone that uses State Route 531/Lakewood Road from Lake Goodwin to Smokey Point.

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Man shot by sheriff’s deputies during confrontation in South Kitsap

May 16, 2018

(KITSAP COUNTY, WA.) – An unidentified man in his 70’s was shot and injured during a confrontation with deputies in South Kitsap County Tuesday evening, according to the Kitsap County Sheriff's office.

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Residents in Okanogan County asked to monitor water levels around Okanogan river
As flooding continues


May 16, 2018

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(Okanogan County, WA) – As flooding continues to impact residents in Okanogan County in eastern Washington, emergency managers and incident commanders asked citizens throughout Okanogan County yesterday to “closely monitor water levels in and around the Okanogan River and adjacent water ways,” as water levels are expected to rise to near record levels by the end of the week according to a Trooper Jeff Sevigney of the Washington State Patrol.


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Sexually transmitted disease rates continue to rise in Washington state

May 16, 2018

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(OLYMPIA, WA.) – Rising rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in Washington are prompting health officials at the Washington State Department of Health to urge sexually active people to get tested and treated for STDs.


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