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Friday, June 23

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Associated Press
Nevada’s on-again, off-again marijuana sales back on 
State warns of wildfire danger 
Washington seeks to overturn tribe’s fuel tax exemption 
Senate GOP unveils ‘Obamacare’ overhaul, but not all aboard
How the Senate health bill compares to House, ‘Obamacare’
GOP’s challenge: finding votes for Senate health care bill
Judge OKs lawsuit over once-secret immigrant vetting program

Bellingham Herald (subscription required)  
Did you get the letter? WSU warns a million people their personal info was stolen 
Here’s what a government shutdown July 1 might mean for state workers and services (Lytton)
Might want to make backup plans if you intend to visit a state park over July Fourth 
Washington drivers have etiquette down. Merging is another story 

Columbian  
Letter: Pass budget, keep parks open

Everett Herald (subscription required)
Health-care bill protest in Everett: ‘A life-or-death issue’
Deal reached to ease the stakes of high school graduation tests (Santos)
WaPo: Inside Obama’s struggle to punish Russia for election assault
Editorial: Senate GOP’s bill more ‘bitter pill’ than ‘Better Care’

Kirkland Reporter 
KirklandSafe hosts its first meeting

Kitsap Daily News 
Opinion: Legslature needs to resolve two court case dilemmas 

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)
What would happen if state government shut down?
Ferry Chimacum welcomes Bremerton, and vice versa
Senate health care bill already under fire from GOP members

News Tribune (subscription required)
Jury in hatchet killer case says state blew it, awards $2.9 million to widow and family
Here’s what a government shutdown July 1 might mean for state workers and services
Investigations of sexually transmitted diseases, tainted water might stop during shutdown
Editorial: Good news for foodies – more exposure for restaurant closures

Olympian (subscription required)
Washington drivers have etiquette down. Merging is another story
Editorial: Slower action, hearings needed on Obamacare

Puget Sound Business Journal 
Health care plan roils Senate
Four Republican senators oppose latest healthcare bill
Washington state leaders slam Senate health care bill, say it will drive up cost of care

Redmond Reporter 
Updates to Redmond park fees, comprehensive plan passed | Council report

Renton Reporter 
Old Highlands library deemed surplus property
2017 Property Valuation Notices Are in the Mail to Kennydale

Seattle Times (subscription required)  
Demonstrators march through downtown Seattle after rally for Charleena Lyles
McCleary roundup: Lawmakers insist they’ll have school-funding deal — and a backup plan (Ormsby)
This type of firework disfigures people more than any other, UW study shows
Editorial: The end of the school year is the end of free meals for many children

Seattle Weekly  
Man Killed By a King County Deputy Last Week Was Armed With a Pen
Deal Reached to Ease the Stakes of High School Graduation Tests (Tomiko-Santos)

Skagit Valley Herald  
Layoffs to hit Skagit Regional Health as state health care industry struggles

Spokesman Review  
Dozens gather in Spokane to protest looming state government shutdown if budget deal isn’t reached 
Spokane drivers who struck potholes get few payouts as city makes record investment on road maintenance
Family’s civil lawsuit goes to court four years after man dies following deputy response outside gym
Bees among the tees: Golf course embarks on honeybee restoration effort
Funding special education: Lawmakers, advocates look to patch budget shortfalls 
Editorial: Special-ed needs the attention of lawmakers

Walla Walla Union Bulletin (subscription required)  
Editorial: Time running out to approve state budget

Washington Post 
Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault
Trump says ‘we’ll have to see’ if Mueller should step down from Russia probe
The Republicans’ Obamacare repeal is one big lie 

Yakima Herald Republic  
State asks U.S. Supreme Court to overturn earlier ruling giving Yakamas gas tax exemption
Washington state wants Yakama fuel tax exemption overturned
Editorial: A welcome step forward on community engagement

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KING 5 TV (NBC)  
How government shutdown could impact state agencies
Police release more hallway video, 911 call in shooting
Black Women Matter: Rally calls for justice after death of Charleena Lyles

KOMO 4 TV (ABC)  
Thousands of state workers rally, urging lawmakers to reach budget deal before shutdown
Marchers take to streets demanding justice over deadly police shooting
Jury awards $2.9 million judgement to widow of man killed by mentally ill son
Watch: Wash. Lawmakers, local groups react to proposed Senate health care bill

KNKX FM
‘Re-Entry Simulation’ Demonstrates Challenges Faced By Ex-Cons In Wash. State
‘This Is Big Stuff’: Judge Orders Washington To Pay $100K Sanction For Withholding Emails
Oregon Democrats, Governor Say They’ll Skip The Corporate Tax Hike
CHART: Who Wins, Who Loses With Senate Health Care Bill

KUOW FM
Let’s call your mama! What it’s like to walk out of immigration jail in Tacoma
Republican health care bill problematic, says Washington’s insurance chief
Poll: Seattle favors income tax, rezoning, but not youth jail
Why is #EducationSoWhite in Washington state?

Q13 TV (FOX)
Absent budget deal, Washington state government prepares for a shutdown
WSU sends warning to 1M people after hard drive with Social Security numbers, other info stolen

Web

Crosscut 
State shutdown could wreck your 4th — and a lot more
Charleena Lyles’ death sparks soul-searching, anger and tears
New rainbow flag irks LGBTQ community

Seattle P.I. 
Connelly: Washington a loser in Senate Republicans’ health care ‘draft’

Slog 
Barack Obama on Trumpcare: “This bill will do you harm.”

Thursday, June 22

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Associated Press
Study links legalized pot with increase in car crash claims 
Seattle police shooting may show limits of crisis training 
Gov. Inslee calls lawmakers back for third special session (Sullivan)
Draft of Senate GOP health bill shows cuts to Medicare

Aberdeen Daily World  
Letter: Hospital’s image is ailing

Bainbridge Island Review 
Opinion: School funding and tax debate continues as government shutdown nears

Bellingham Herald (subscription required)
Threat of shutdown looms as Legislature heads into triple overtime over budget   (Lytton)

Bothell Reporter 
Bothell moving forward with acquisition of Wayne Golf Course (Palumbo)
Palumbo applauds Bothell City Council for Wayne preservation (Palumbo)

Columbian  
Legislation would extend Columbia River fishing fee
In Our View: No to Oil Terminal

The Daily News 
Monticello joins school poverty list
OPINION: Seize the opportunity (Rep. Walsh on Hirst policy)

Everett Herald (subscription required)  
Solving McCleary is like figuring out a Rubik’s Cube
3rd special session begins; lawmakers struggle over budget (Sullivan, Chase)
Editorial: ‘Bathroom’ initiative plays on unwarranted fears

Federal Way Mirror 
Investigators unable to determine cause of Center Plaza fire

Journal of the San Juan Islands 
WSF to hold four public meetings about proposed rate increase
Tiny homes could hold a big solution

Kirkland Reporter 
Kirkland councilmember honored by Association of Washington Cities

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)
Senate Republicans unveil health care bill that slashes taxes, rolls back Medicaid
State considering two designated shooting sites in Tahuya Forest
‘Clock is running out’ to avoid shutdown, Inslee says (Sullivan)
Killing by Seattle police raises questions on use of force
Letter: Sheldon’s leading the Olympia gridlock

News Tribune (subscription required)
Threat of shutdown looms as Legislature heads into triple overtime over budget (Lytton, Carlyle)

Olympian (subscription required)   
Olympia will let voters will decide on two tax increases
Editorial: Fish culverts case emits another wake-up beep

Puget Sound Business Journal 
Senate health care bill released

Redmond Reporter 
Pacifica Institute organizes interfaith dinner in Redmond

Seattle Times (subscription required)  
Hundreds attend vigil for Charleena Lyles and call for justice in her fatal shooting
Jerry Large: Charleena Lyles death by police adds to a list that should shame us
Seattle-area Muslims see chance to show what true Islam means, during first Ramadan of Trump era
The Amazon effect: Metro adds buses to handle new flock of summer interns
Seattle mayor offers plan to make it easier for people with criminal pasts to find housing
Mindful of Trump, Seattle Pride making politics, race bigger part of conversation
Cybersecurity is hot, and these Washington colleges teach it
With government shutdown looming, Olympia heads into a third OT session
Editorial: Troubling questions surround the tragic death of Charleena Lyles
Editorial: Keep local levies out of school-funding deal

Seattle Weekly
As Third Special Session Begins, Lawmakers Struggle Over Budget (Sullivan, Chase)
‘Murder is Murder’: Despite Reforms, Mourners Fear Justice Will Be Elusive for Charleena Lyles
Lawmakers Down to the Wire Twisting and Turning the McCleary Rubik’s Cube

Skagit Valley Herald  
Column: Government action isn’t enough for climate change. The private sector can cut billions of tons of carbon.

Spokesman Review  
2nd Special Session ends, 3rd starts with Inslee vowing to veto “stop-gap” budget
Funding special education: Lawmakers, advocates look to patch budget shortfalls
Depositions provide glimpse into minds of psychologists who advised CIA’s advanced interrogation program

Tri-City Herald 
Our Voice: Washington state lawmakers have had enough time 

Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber 
School district passes budget as funding questions loom in state budget process

Walla Walla Union Bulletin (subscription required)
Editorial: Gerrymandering not a problem in Washington state

Washington Post 
What the Senate bill changes about Obamacare
Senate Republicans unveil health-care bill as GOP struggles to advance its vision

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KING 5 TV (NBC)  
Inslee extends session ahead of potential shut down
Police union explains how officers are trained for knife attacks
Boeing crushes Airbus in order race at Paris show
30 miles of Hoh River to be restored for fish
Govt. whistleblower: Refusing to participate in theft cover-up led to ousting

KIRO 7 TV (CBS) 
What does a Washington state government shutdown mean for you?

KOMO 4 TV (ABC)  
Third special session begins with a shutdown looming
Study: More car crash claims after legal pot

KNKX FM  
Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill
Policies Around Use Of Less-Lethal Force By Police Can Be Complicated
Oregon House Approves Measure That Would Limit Data Sharing For Immigrants
Census Finds A More Diverse America, As Whites Lag Growth
Republicans’ Proposed Medicaid Cuts Would Hit Rural Patients Hard
CEOs Say They’ll Sell Health Insurance Next Year, But Are Flying Blind

KUOW FM  
WA Republicans join Democrats in opposing Trump energy budget cuts
Will The Budget Battle Spoil Fourth Of July Fun In Washington State Parks?

MyNorthwest.com (KIRO Radio) 
Inslee calls for 3rd special session before government shutdown

NW Public Radio  
Inslee Calls Third Special Session As Government Shutdown Looms
Washington State Republicans Join Democrats In Opposing Trump Energy Budget Cuts
Will The Budget Battle Spoil Fourth Of July Fun In Washington State Parks?

Q13 TV (FOX)  
Boeing beats Airbus in order race at Paris show
Statewide traffic delays expected this weekend, WSDOT says
Tacoma neighbors rally against a second transitional homeless site

Web

Crosscut 
State shutdown could wreck your 4th — and a lot more (Lytton)

Slog
How Seattle could make it easier for people with criminial records to get housing
The morning news: GOP senators unveil secret health care bill, Seattle Police Guild wants more money for officers wearing bodycams

Wednesday, June 21

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Associated Press
Officers in Seattle fatal shooting had crisis training 
Seattle landlords must give voter-registration information 
Revenue projections for Washington are slightly up (Ormsby)
Study: Seattle’s $15 minimum wage law hasn’t cut jobs
Head of Evergreen college to seek more public safety help

Aberdeen Daily World  
Hospital board mum on Monte kerfuffle

Bellingham Herald (subscription required)  
Evergreen president wants more money for campus police 
Say ‘no’ to anti-transgender bathroom initiative, City Council asks Bellingham voters 

The Daily News 
County Commissioners divided on landfill’s future
County jobless rate falls to 1999 levels
Downtown Kelso opioid treatment center expected to open by end of year
OPINION: Opioid epidemic causes pharmaceutical uproar

Everett Herald (subscription required)  
With state budget impasse, countdown to shutdown is on (Ormsby, Robinson)

Federal Way Mirror 
Federal Way City Council expected to vote on new hotel in early July

Journal of the San Juan Islands 
Islanders request easier path to tiny home living

Kirkland Reporter 
Brewers Festival brings families out for brews, music and eats
Juanita graduates 298 seniors

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)  
Newest ferry practices how to fuel up in an emergency
Seattle’s high minimum wage hasn’t cost jobs, study finds
Legislators have a little more money to play with as possible shutdown looms (Ormsby)

News Tribune (subscription required)  
Here’s why transit won’t help you much on those I-5 apocalypse weekends
Editorial: Obamacare rewrite needs light of day in U.S. Senate

Olympian (subscription required)   
Evergreen president wants more money for campus police
Editorial: Fish culverts case emits another wake-up beep

Puget Sound Business Journal 
Ban the box initiatives gain momentum

Redmond Reporter 
U.S. Youth Soccer dribbles 2017 Region IV Championships to Redmond’s 60 Acres complex
Willows Run to host Special Olympics golf championship

Seattle Times (subscription required)  
Q&A: Mae Jemison, first woman of color in space, talks STEM gaps and science fiction
Police shooting energizes efforts to change Washington’s deadly-force law (Frockt, Goodman)
Latest study: Seattle’s wage law lifted restaurant pay without shrinking jobs
Seattle landlords must give voter-registration info to new renters, City Council decides
Editorial: Troubling questions surround the tragic death of Charleena Lyles
Opinion: Budget stalemate puts state’s financial reputation at risk

Seattle Weekly  
Police Reform Was Designed to Prevent Charleena Lyles From Dying. We Need to Know Why She Did Anyway.
Inside the Grassroots Effort to Give Seattle Renters More Political Clout
House, Senate Narrow Differences on Testing Requirements

Skagit Valley Herald  
Tour held at Fir Island restoration site
Ecology fines Tesoro, individual for pollution in 2016

Spokesman Review  
State coffers up $200 million over the next four years, but not much help for budget stalemate
1 Washington county still without individual medical insurance plans for 2018 
Compromise on high school biology test passes first committee 
Spokane County commissioners lift moratorium on outdoor pot grows
Columbia River shad run explodes in near-record burst over Bonneville Dam
Shawn Vestal: The current political zeal for cutting poverty programs will leave millions of vulnerable children and adults hungry
Editorial: Stealthy Senate undermines own health care bill

Walla Walla Union Bulletin (subscription required)  
Editorial: End federal draft registration for nonexistent draft

Washington Post 
Russian government actors tried to hack election systems in 21 states, Homeland Security official says

Yakima Herald Republic  
Yakima’s youth programs shrivel as gang violence rises
Energy Secretary Perry says Hanford tunnel collapse “kind of came out of left field”, defends $200 million budget cut to PNNL
Editorial: State is still underachieving in measures of education

Broadcast

KING 5 TV (NBC)
Seattle’s high minimum wage hasn’t cost jobs, study finds
The Evergreen State College president defends actions, admits mistake
Students, teachers demand justice for Charleena Lyles

KOMO 4 TV (ABC)
Everett considering a second methadone clinic

KNKX FM  
After Seattle Police Shooting, Renewed Call For Change In Law (Frockt, Goodman)
Eastern Washington Braces For Dust Storms, Wildfire Warnings
Security Of State Election Systems The Focus Of Dueling Capitol Hill Hearings
Evergreen State College President Asks Legislators For More Campus Security
Government Shutdown Looms As Lawmakers Head For Third Special Session  (Ormsby)
Eastern Washington Braces For Dust Storms, Wildfire Warnings
A Pioneer In ‘Flat-Fee Primary Care’ Had To Close Its Clinics. What Went Wrong?

MyNorthwest.com (KIRO Radio) 
Pierce County Sheriff discusses why black lives matter
Sen. McCain grills Boeing exec at confirmation hearing

NW Public Radio
After Seattle Police Shooting, Renewed Call For Change In Law (Frockt)
Eastern Washington Braces For Dust Storms, Wildfire Warnings
Evergreen State College President Asks Legislators For More Campus Security
Government Shutdown Looms As Washington Lawmakers Head For Third Special Session

Q13 TV (FOX)  
Hundreds march, attend vigil honoring Seattle mom fatally shot by police; officers’ names released

Web

Crosscut 
We pay taxes for better police training, but it’s not being spent

Publicola
“I Don’t Have a Taser,” Officer Says Before Shots Killed Charleena Lyles

Schmudget
State revenue forecast doesn’t change the facts: Washington State needs equitable new revenue

Seattle P.I. 
Connelly: Fate of Obamacare rests with GOP’s ‘drafted in darkness’ health bill

Slog 
Hundreds of supporters rally and march for Charleena Lyles

Tuesday, June 20

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Associated Press
Settlement approved in 2016 Seattle natural gas explosion 
Health insurers propose 2018 rate increase in Washington 
Washington granted REAL ID extension through Oct. 10 

Aberdeen Daily World
Premera will offer individual health plans in GH
County revises pact with Greater Grays Harbor Inc.
Budget cuts threaten roads, hunting, fishing in national forests

Bellingham Herald (subscription required)  
Did state release hatchet killer too early? 
How to fix I-5 traffic through Seattle? Solutions are expensive. 
Man’s wolf bites off child’s arm. Why the animal is still alive. 
Op-ed: Bellingham Bay toxics cleanups have begun. Now the state is making that harder

Everett Herald (subscription required)
House, Senate narrow differences on testing requirements
Editorial: Why offensive speech requires protection

Federal Way Mirror 
Federal Way City Council expected to vote on new hotel in early July
Graduation another big milestone for Decatur High senior Kim Brainard

Kirkland Reporter 
323 graduate from LWHS
City of Kirkland introduces new parking lot in downtown

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)  
Fewer health plans, higher rates proposed for Kitsap

News Tribune (subscription required)
Wish Pierce County would ditch ST3 and Sound Transit for good? It’s complicated.

Olympian (subscription required) 
Senate committee to hold work session on public safety at The Evergreen State College

Puget Sound Business Journal 
Commissioner ‘deeply troubled’ as Washington health insurers ask for massive rate hikes

Queen Anne & Magnolia News 
‘This is not a nostalgic endeavor’

Redmond Reporter 
Redmond students earn National History Day Contest honors

Renton Reporter 
SR 520 Bridge toll rates increase
Free summer lunch program for RSD kids starts June 26

Seattle Times (subscription required)  
Federal monitor finds Seattle police are conducting proper stops and frisks
Cantwell promotes bill that would give tax incentives for firms that offer apprenticeships
Lesson in bias: Columbia City, I hear you loud and clear
Editorial: Student debt out of control and getting worse
Nelson: State GOP’s unconscionable plan to defund family planning

Seattle Weekly
Is Biased Policing a Problem in North Seattle? A Survey Says No. Activists Say Obviously.
House, Senate Narrow Differences on Testing Requirements

Spokesman Review  
Colville’s Duane Vaagen left the timber wars behind to forge good jobs in the ‘bipartisan forest’
School board approves attendance boundary change in first of many

Tri-City Herald  
Washington granted REAL ID extension through Oct. 10

Washington Post 
In Trump era, more Washington business handled behind closed doors
Nation’s opioid epidemic flooding hospitals and ERs, new data show

Yakima Herald Republic  
ACLU alleges special ed students in Yakima, other districts suspended more than other students

Broadcast

KING 5 TV (NBC)
Seattle teachers to hold rally demanding justice for Charleena Lyles

KNKX FM  
A Noisy March, A Cordial Meeting But No Sign Of A Budget Deal (Ormsby)
Questions Over Taxes Are Flying As The Oregon Legislature Nears Deadline
Seattle Shooting Raises Questions About Officers’ De-Escalation Efforts
Online Retail Boom Means More Warehouse Workers, And Robots To Accompany Them

KUOW FM
Cost of health insurance could be going up again in Washington state 
Opposing views on a hunger strike at Tacoma’s immigration lockup
Why itty bitty houses line Bremerton alleys
Development project aims to bring displaced African Americans back to Central District
‘Get back! Get back!’ then shots killed Charleena Lyles

NW Public Radio 
Vigil For Woman Shot By Seattle Police Draws Dozens

Q13 TV (FOX)
State Patrol cracking down on drivers who camp in the left lane
Friends and family question use of deadly force against Seattle woman

Web

Publicola  
Landlords Are Now Required to Provide Voter Registration Info
Black Mother Killed in Officer-Involved Shooting
Week in Review: Income Tax Proposal, State Budget, and Climate Change Resolution

Monday, June 19

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Associated Press
Teen girl slain after leaving Virginia mosque; man arrested
UK moves to ease tensions after van attack on London Muslims
Lawsuit alleges deputies responsible for 2013 death
State settles prison death lawsuit for $1.5M
Leader of painkiller distribution ring sentenced to 6 years
Sword fern deaths in Washington state park mystify experts
Pickers at Washington state berry farm approve contract

Aberdeen Daily World  
Washington’s opioid epidemic: Focus more on treatment, not illegal supply, some experts say
News on individual health insurance could come Monday
Support grows for civil commitment of opioid users

Bellingham Herald (subscription required)  
Is it hard to solve Whatcom County’s homelessness? This new nonprofit doesn’t think so

Columbian  
In Our View: Cheers & Jeers (state shutdown, Hanford)
Letter: Income tax is financial solution

The Daily News  
School bond process enters next phase

Everett Herald (subscription required)
State sued for fatal crash on 522, the ‘highway of death’
Washington to extol aerospace industry at Paris Air Show
Congress gets proposal to replace VA ‘Choice’ with ‘Care’ plan
Spokane residents share Japanese internment camp stories
Commentary: Putting a price on carbon buys a healthier state
Commentary: How Snohomish County hopes to step up opioid fight
Editorial: Deal could deliver paid family leave in state (Robinson, Liias)
Letter: On Juneteenth, honor nation’s enslaved ancestors
Letter: Sound Transit’s use of old schedule to value vehicles is fraud

Journal of the San Juan Islands 
OpEd: Sea level rise in the San Juans

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)  
New building regs a breath of fresh air for schools

News Tribune (subscription required)  
City needs to communicate its homelessness plan better or face losing allies
Budget cuts threaten forests’ roads, hunting, fishing
Editorial: Class of 2017 shouldn’t be used as political pawns
Op-ed: Don’t shred safety net for state’s most vulnerable residents (Darneille)

Olympian (subscription required) 
Editorial: Shutting down state government is a really dumb idea

Peninsula Daily News 
Lawmakers swamped with anti-tax emails, form letters (Van De Wege, Tharinger, Chapman)

Renton Reporter 
AWB launches brand update, new logo

Seattle Times (subscription required)
Mother with knife killed by police was pregnant and had mental-health issues, family says
‘Get back! Get back!’: Seattle police release audio of fatal shooting of Charleena Lyles
Here’s why I-5 is such a mess in Seattle area, and what keeps us moving at all
Can’t Washington state ease I-5 traffic? Fixes exist, but most of them are pricey.
Who’ll be responsible when self-driving car crashes?
City revives plan to build affordable housing at Fort Lawton
Feds order shutdown of tribal casino in Washington state
Montlake neighbors angered over latest plans to demolish 80-year-old market for wider Hwy. 520
Washington’s opioid epidemic: Focus more on treatment, not illegal supply, some experts say
Editorial: Investigate disparate discipline rates for special-education students
Opinion: I’ve been in the same trenches, lawmakers, and I know you can do better
Opinion: Trump’s attack on national monuments kills jobs and robs Americans
Editorial: Don’t roll back transgender protections

Seattle Weekly
‘Pruitt Blew It’: At the EPA, Resistance Is Just Part of the Job
After Killing, Family and Friends Mourn the Loss of Charleena Lyles
Dems, GOP Sit Down for Serious Talks on Water Rights Law (Stanford, Springer)
Jesse Hagopian Honors Black Student Activists For Their Work Against Racism

Spokesman Review
Spin Control: Pro forma sessions – don’t blink or you’ll miss them
Rainbow Flag raised over Capitol 
Getting There: Additional damage found in areas of I-90 currently under repair
Handy man on Mount Spokane: Can-do state park manager Steve Christensen retiring
State Board of Education elects new officers 
School district changes flag practice in response to complaint 
Editorial: Legislators heading for inexcusable cram session

Vancouver Business Journal 
Manufacturer breaks ground on 57,000-square-foot facility in Ridgefield
NW Sign Solutions: Helping local businesses get noticed
Port of Vancouver issues $30 million in revenue bonds
State unemployment reaches record low

Walla Walla Union Bulletin (subscription required)  
Editorial: Sleep site for homeless serves community need

Yakima Herald Republic  
Other Views: Dodd-Frank changes fail to add up to ‘big number’
Op-ed: Court water-well ruling imposes undue burden on rural families

Broadcast

KING 5 TV (NBC)  
Legislature reaches tentative deal on family leave benefits

KOMO 4 TV (ABC)  
Vigil held for pregnant mom killed by police as family demands answers

KNKX FM  
Inslee On Budget Talks: ‘They Still Have Miles And Miles And Miles To Go’
After Arrests, Germany Confronts Issue Of Far-Right Extremism In Its Military
Why Time Is Already Running Out For Trump And His Congress
Poverty, Dropouts, Pregnancy, Suicide: What The Numbers Say About Fatherless Kids
At McNeil Island’s Special Commitment Center, Predators Serve An Indefinite Residency

KUOW FM  
Seattle’s real estate is hot. Bremerton’s is getting warm
To understand white liberal racism, read these private emails
Why are asylum seekers sneaking into Canada through Washington?
How might the new health care plan affect Washingtonians?

MyNorthwest.com (KIRO Radio) 
Washington’s most and least affordable housing

NW Public Radio  
Inslee On Budget Talks: ‘They Still Have Miles And Miles And Miles To Go’
Vigil For Woman Shot By Seattle Police Draws Dozens
Wildfire Smoke Pollution Is Worse Than We Thought

Q13 TV (FOX)  
100 deadly days of summer; teens 3x at risk for fatal crashes
State Patrol cracking down on drivers who camp in the left lane

Web

Crosscut 
Paris Climate Deal: 5 questions for next steps
Seattle police shoot black woman; tensions run high
9-year-old wants to make Bigfoot state’s official ‘cryptid’

Schmudget
State and federal proposals to cut funding for women’s health would decrease family economic security

Seattle P.I.
Seattle fisherman a bellwether as citizenship revocations rise
Demands for answers after police kill pregnant Seattle mom
As opioid deaths spike, new push to save overdosing users

Slog 
Seattle police officers fatally shoot 30-year-old mother near Magnuson Park

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