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(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File) 

The termination stemmed from an altercation with his neighbor, Zhen Jin, over the disposal of dog bones at the condominium complex where they lived in Kenmore. The Seattle Office of Police Accountability had recommended a range of disciplinary actions, from a 30-day suspension to termination of employment.

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Rendering of Holgate Library teen space courtesy of Bora Architecture  

Grand opening celebration begins July 13 with ribbon cutting, food, music, fun

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(Samantha Swindler/The Oregonian via AP) 

The Oregon Nurses Association says they're seeking a contract that includes competitive wages and sufficient staffing levels. The CEO of Providence Oregon says they’ve been preparing for the strike for months and have contracted with replacement workers to ensure patient care does not suffer. 

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NAACP Portland President James Posey 

The program has been entirely funded by American Rescue Plan grants, which run out after this year.

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64 women were painted and asked to reflect on lives well lived.

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(KOMO News via AP) 

Prosecutors charged 51-year-old Aaron Brown Myers on Monday in connection with the death of Hazrat Ali Rohani. Myers was also charged with assault after authorities say he held another teen at gunpoint. His attorney says Myers sincerely believed he was stopping a violent crime.

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A sampling of East African cuisine at Baobob Fare restaurant (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) 

The James Beards Awards are the culinary world's equivalent of the Oscars. For restaurants, even being named a finalist can bring wide recognition and boost business.

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National ranked-choice voting expert Grace Ramsey. 

Ramsey has worked in several other states and cities to educate voters on new system of voting. 

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Monique Mupepe comforts her son Joslin Mupepe (Kevin Clark/The Seattle Times via AP) 

Asylum-seekers mainly from Angola, Congo and Venezuela have set up an encampment in a Seattle suburb. Some of the camping asylum-seekers were told to leave their shelter at a church while others lost their short-term motel or rental housing when it expired June 1. A notice for the campers to leave by Tuesday afternoon expired with no law enforcement action.

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Dr. Kimberlee Armstrong (Photo: Portland Public Schools) 

Throughout her career, Armstrong has been instrumental in advancing student achievement, addressing racial inequities and closing the achievement gap for students of color through her dynamic approach to classroom innovation, curriculum enhancement and professional development.

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