Public-Health Officials Go To Court To Stop Man With HIV

Public-Health Officials Go To Court To Stop Man With HIV

By Carol M. Ostrom, The Seattle Times SEATTLE -- In a very unusual step, King County, Wash., public-health officials have gone to court to try to stop a man with HIV who has infec ...

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Edible Marijuana Products Slow To Arrive, As Regulators Exercise Caution

Edible Marijuana Products Slow To Arrive, As Regulators Exercise Caution

By Evan Bush, The Seattle Times SEATTLE -- Marijuana-infused edibles began trickling to store shelves in Washington state last month, and the sweets, snacks, and drinks offer a gl ...

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Even With His Troubled History, Law Let School Shooter Have Guns

Even With His Troubled History, Law Let School Shooter Have Guns

By Caitlin Cruz, The Seattle Times SEATTLE -- After Aaron Ybarra's deadly assault at Seattle Pacific University in June, some wondered why the suicidal, psychotic 27-year-old was ...

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Weekend Reader: ‘Unreasonable Men: Theodore Roosevelt and the Republican Rebels Who Created Progressive Politics’

Weekend Reader: ‘Unreasonable Men: Theodore Roosevelt and the Republican Rebels Who Created Progressive Politics’

In his engaging new book, Unreasonable Men: Theodore Roosevelt and the Republican Rebels Who Created Progressive Politics, Michael Wolraich provides a meticulously researched look ...

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Colorado, Washington Senators Seek Uniform U.S. Guidelines On Recreational Pot

Colorado, Washington Senators Seek Uniform U.S. Guidelines On Recreational Pot

By Kyung M. Song, The Seattle Times SEATTLE -- Spurred by the recent Interior Department decision to block the use of federal irrigation water to cultivate marijuana, the four U.S ...

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United States Sees Profound Cultural Shift On Marijuana Legalization

United States Sees Profound Cultural Shift On Marijuana Legalization

By Matt Pearce and Maria L. La Ganga, Los Angeles Times More than a third of adults have smoked it -- including the last three presidents. Dozens of songs and movies have been mad ...

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Rain Delays Attempts To Restore Electricity In Fire-Stricken Washington Area

Rain Delays Attempts To Restore Electricity In Fire-Stricken Washington Area

By Joseph O'Sullivan, The Seattle Times SEATTLE -- Lightning strikes that might have fueled the Carlton complex wildfire never materialized Wednesday and Thursday, allowing emerge ...

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Kansas Senator’s Years In Washington Are Both Advantage, Vulnerability

Kansas Senator’s Years In Washington Are Both Advantage, Vulnerability

By Dave Helling, The Kansas City Star KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sen. Pat Roberts sits in a Lenexa, Kan., fast-food restaurant, spooning ice cream from a cup. It's already been a long da ...

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‘Tornadoes Of Fire’ Leave Small Washington Town Reeling

‘Tornadoes Of Fire’ Leave Small Washington Town Reeling

By Maria L. La Ganga, Los Angeles Times PATEROS, Wash. -- Smoke hung like a cataract obscuring the pale-blue sky. It was hard to breathe Monday, hard to see, hard to envision a wo ...

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Northwest Fires Burn Almost 1 Million Acres, Dozens Of Homes

Northwest Fires Burn Almost 1 Million Acres, Dozens Of Homes

By Maria L. La Ganga and Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times An eruption of lightning-sparked wildfires across the northwestern United States over the last two weeks has scorched almos ...

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