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Although a few more evacuees show up each week, local officials have ended emergency efforts to…


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Greta Oglesby stars as Paulina in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's 2006 production of…


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LOSANGELES—Hundreds of county jail inmates were being transferred to the state corrections…


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BOULDER, Colo.—Civil rights activist and former Democratic presidential candidate Al Sharpton…


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Actor Justin Emeka, left, and William Hall Jr. perform a scene from Death of a Salesman Feb. 12 at…


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Almost one-quarter of city's sophomores reclassified for WASL

Nearly one-quarter of sophomores in Seattle high schools have been reclassified as freshmen, a move that will delay their schedule for taking the Washington Assessment of Student Learning.

This year's sophomore class is the first that must pass the WASL to graduate. The students that were reclassified as freshmen were failing or not completing classes and school officials were fearful they would not pass the high-stakes exam.


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Mosque leader, facing deportation, is under investigation by the FBI

TACOMA—A mosque leader who faces deportation is also being investigated for possible ties to…


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Software mogul says more students of color are needed in tech fields

REDMOND—Microsoft Corp. Chair Bill Gates has encouraged minority high school students to be…


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Patricia Fisher, the first woman and the first Black to write editorials for The Seattle Times, the state's largest newspaper, is dead at 59.


Fisher died Sunday after a battle with multiple sclerosis that forced her to retire in 1989, the newspaper reported Monday, quoting friends and professional colleagues.

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