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The irony of it:
Research shows areas in Wash. state where Obamacare has helped the most are places where people have highest death rates


February 24, 2017

SEATTLE, WA.) -- A look at the numbers shows regions in our state with the highest percentage of people with insurance made possible through Obamacare are in rural areas that also have highest rates of death from medical conditions among people under 65.

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Sheriff's office recognizes employees, volunteers and citizens

February 21, 2017

(EVERETT, WA.) -- Eighty employees, volunteers and citizens receive awards at Snohomish Co. Sheriff's office annual awards ceremony.

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Drivers should prepare for delays east of Snoqualmie Pass

February 20, 2017

(HYAK, WA.) – Drivers should prepare for delays east of Snoqualmie Pass this week due to single-lane daytime closures and full nighttime closures of Interstate 90.

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Body found in Mason County's Case Inlet may be that of missing Kayaker

February 18, 2017

(GRAPEVIEW, WA.) -- A body found in the water at Case Inlet in Mason County on Friday may be that of a kayaker who's been missing since early January, according to a report by KCPQ-TV in Seattle.

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Major police response after Ocean Shores police officer is attacked, assaulted

February 18, 2017

(OCEAN SHORES, WA.) -- There was a multi-agency police response in Ocean Shores early Friday morning after a police officer was assaulted by a "muscular" aggressive man.

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