Pot Campaign Announces $2.3 Million in TV Ads

Marijuana Measure

The campaign behind an Oregon ballot measure that would legalize marijuana for adults says it's buying $2.3 million worth of television advertising.
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Campfires Okay in Western Washington

Campfire

Thanks to this week's rain, the state Department of Natural Resources is easing its burn ban a bit.
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Seattle Vigil to Protest Teen's Death

MICHAEL BROWN

Dozens of people gathered in downtown Seattle to peacefully protest the death of a black teen shot by a police officer in Missouri.
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State Shuts Down 2 Oregon Medical Marijuana Stores

Medical Marijuana

The state of Oregon shut down two medical marijuana dispensaries for violations of state regulations.
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Father of Slain Girl: "I've already forgiven him"

JENISE WRIGHT

The father of a slain 6-year-old Bremerton girl says he forgives the 17-year-old neighbor suspected of killing and raping his daughter.
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Oregon Insurer Can't Deny Tutism Treatment

Health Insurance

A federal judge in Portland has ruled that a major Oregon health provider cannot deny coverage to autistic children for a specific treatment.
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