Judge orders shooting defendant back to hospital

ST. HELENS, Ore. (AP) — Nearly four years after the Rainier, Oregon, police chief was fatally shot, a judge has ordered the man charged in the case sent back to Oregon State Hospital to be forcibly medicated…. …read more

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Colorado high court considers pot firing case

By By SADIE GURMAN DENVER (AP) — Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it…. …read more

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Sheriff: stolen car driver flees, killed in crash

AUBURN, Wash. (AP) — A King County sheriff’s spokesman says a stolen car driver who fled when a deputy tried to stop the vehicle was killed a short time in a crash involving another car. Four other people were injured…. …read more

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Boeing moving jobs to Oklahoma City, St. Louis

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Boeing plans to move most of its defense and support-related services from Washington state to cities that include Oklahoma City and St. Louis…. …read more

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UW's med school to accept deferred-action students

SEATTLE (AP) — The University of Washington’s medical school will now accept students enrolled in the federal program that allows youth brought to the United States illegally as children protection from deportation…. …read more

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Shelton woman airlifted from scene of Mason County collision

Washington State Patrol

A 68 year old Shelton woman was airlifted from the scene of a head-on collision on State Route 101 Saturday. The Washington State Patrol reports her 2014 VW Jetta was Southbound on 101 about 2 miles North of Hoodsport when it crossed the center line and collided with an oncoming 2001 Chevy Suburban just after noon Saturday. A 65 year old woman from Nordland, Washington driving the Suburban was uninjured. The Shelton woman was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center with undisclosed injuries, a cause and any charges from the accident remain under investigation.

Senators ask for more oil train notifications

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Four West Coast senators want the federal government to expand a recent order for railroads to notify state emergency responders about crude oil shipments from the Great Plains…. …read more

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Chiefs fans trying to break Seattle record

SEATTLE (AP) — While the Kansas City Chiefs are trying to beat New England in the Monday night football game, Seahawks fans are watching to see if Kansas City fans can beat Seattle in crowd noise…. …read more

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Zombie Apocalypse Bike-Walk Your City Event In Hoquiam

Zombie bike-walk event

(Sponsored by CONNECT Grays Harbor & Revision Hoquiam)

It is a walking, and wheeling, event for the whole family on Saturday, October 4th, from 12-3 pm.  Show up with a barcode scanner app on your smartphone, a bike or walking shoes and get ready to explore Hoquiam on your own or in a critical mass group.  Historical neighborhoods, waterfronts and more can be discovered as you actively search out the various walking and biking signs around the city of Hoquiam. Come as a zombie, survivor or just yourself.  Group tours begin every ½ hour starting at 12:30 pm.  Don’t forget to stop by the waterfront booth on Levee Street and 8th Street to share your opinion on making walking and biking easier in Hoquiam.

Volunteer zombies will be needed for various tasks as parking bikes, flagging traffic and staffing walking/biking booths.  Check-out CONNECT Grays Harbor FACEBOOK for more information or Contact Catherine Corkery at 360-532-8631 x 4002 for biking volunteers and Jamie Brand at 360-292-8754 for waking volunteers.

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I-5 HOV speeder had stuffed bear in passenger seat

LYNNWOOD, Wash. (AP) — Not only was a woman speeding at 74 mph on Interstate 5 in Lynnwood Monday morning, she also was alone using the HOV lane…. …read more

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