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DOCTOR WHO SAID HE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS BY SATELLITE SIGNALS HAS LICENSE SUSPENDED

January 22, 2010

(OLYMPIA, WA) -- Witness accounts of behavior by a Thurston County osteopathic physician have led to an immediate suspension of his license.

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SKAGIT & SAUK RIVERS TO CLOSE SOON FOR ALL FISHING

January 16, 2010

(REGIONAL) - The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) will close the Skagit and Sauk Rivers to all fishing in mid February.

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PUGET SOUND MAN GOES TO PRISON FOR HUGE MORTGAGE FRAUD SCHEME

January 12, 2010

(SEATTLE, WA) – Thirty-two year old Viktor Kobzar of Federal Way, a mortgage broker, was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle to five years in prison and three years of supervised release for conspiring to commit bank fraud, mail fraud and other charges related to a massive mortgage fraud scheme.

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December 30, 2009

(SKY VALLEY) -- Is there something interesting, amusing or alarming going on in your neighborhood or community?

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STATE PATROL URGES PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IN WAKE OF DEATH, INJURY

December 23, 2009

(REGIONAL) -- The Washington State Patrol reminds pedestrians to be particularly watchful and safe this holiday season and, when possible, to utilize available crosswalks or other designated pedestrian crossings when crossing a roadway.

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