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Donald Trump enters office as most unpopular President in 40 years says new poll


January 17, 2017

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(NATIONAL) -- When the polls are kind to him, Donald Trump has good things to say such as, "We're leading in all the polls." He said that during the campaign more than once.


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Coast Guard Suspends Search For Father &Son Swept Out To Sea Along Oregon Coast

January 16, 2017

(NORTH BEND, Ore.) The Coast Guard suspended its search at 11:51 a.m. Monday for a 31-year-old father and 3-year-old son from the Eugene area, who were swept out to sea from a Boice Cope County Park beach, 4 miles north of Cape Blanco, Oregon on Sunday Jan. 15

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Family of Wounded Mt. Vernon Police Officer Says He May End Up With No Sight

January 16, 2017

(MOUNT VERNON, WA.) -- - The family of badly wounded Mount Vernon police officer Mike McClaughry, 61, says the family has been informed the veteran officer will likely be blind.

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Alec Baldwin hits homer channeling Donald Trump's last news conference

January 16, 2017

(NATIONAL) -- Actor Alec Baldwin was back and in top comedic form over the weekend on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" show channeling Donald Trump's first news conference since winning the presidential election.

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In Snohomish County Today, Students Aren't Taking The Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Off, They're Taking It On

January 16, 2017

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is what are you doing for others?" - Martin Luther King, Jr.

(EVERETT, WA.) -- Throughout Snohomish County today, teens and adults aren't taking the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday off, they're taking it on to help others in memory of the late civil rights leader and pastor.


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