State to Receive Settlement Over Phone Charges

AT&T

Washington state will receive more than $807,000 under a settlement with AT&T Mobility LLC over unauthorized phone charges.
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Manhunt Shuts Down Oregon Town

manhunt

The little Eastern Oregon town of Seneca is shut down and cut off from the outside world as police search for a gunman.
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Judge Agrees to Push Back Arlene's Flowers Trial

Arlene's Flowers

A Benton County judge agrees to push back a consolidated trial of a local flower shop refusing to provide flowers for a gay couple's wedding.
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Washington Minimum Wage Going Up in 2015

Minimum Wage

Highest minimum wage in country going up to $9.47 an hour in 2015
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More Charter Schools Likely to Get Approval

Charter Schools

Washington's statewide charter schools commission appears poised to approve two more proposals for charter schools to open in the state in 2015.
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Owners Looking to Improve The Gorge

The Gorge

On concert weekends, the Gorge Amphitheater becomes the largest community in rural Grant County in central Washington.
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