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2014/12/20 02:49
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The greenest goodbye: Seattle group wants to compost the dead, but are people ready to eat tomatoes grown by Grandma's body? Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, corpses to crops? In Seattle, a local...
2014/12/20 02:49
2014/12/20 02:49
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2014/12/18 22:12
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Methow Recycles, Cascade Concrete and local volunteers are teaming up to help people clean up and recycle metal debris from the Carlton Complex Fire. Organizers of the program can help make...
2014/12/18 16:47
2014/12/18 16:47
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... Seth StapletonCorrespondent THUMB AREA — After getting nearly six inches of snow in the Thumb area Monday night, it might not seem like it but spring is only a few weeks away. This month,...
2014/12/18 00:20
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Giving medical marijuana to children raises several serious concerns, even if a parent has good intentions, says a Grand Rapids adolescent medicine specialist. Dr. Lois Lowery, the...
2014/12/17 19:33
2014/12/17 19:33
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ANNAPOLIS—Republican Gov.-Elect Larry Hogan named his first four Cabinet secretaries Wednesday, which include a Republican delegate and a holdover from the administration of Democratic Gov. Martin J....
2014/12/16 23:03
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In Seattle, in the US, a local nonprofit group wants to become the world's first organisation to offer a human composting service, in which the dear departed are turned into nutrient-rich fertiliser...
2014/12/16 15:38
2014/12/16 15:38
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Joe Fairbairn said he set out to purchase a bar and restaurant in downtown Grand Haven so he could settle down and provide a home for his youngest son. But the stresses of a breakup, winding down one...
2014/12/12 01:09
2014/12/12 01:09
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More details continue to emerge about the Spokane company linked to the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques. The national spotlight has been mostly focused on two psychologists and owners of the...
2014/12/11 03:04
2014/12/11 03:04
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I-594 in effect and causing confusion TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- KEPR is checking in on the new law regarding background checks on firearms. Initiative 594 went into effect last week but local gun shops...
2014/12/10 00:19
2014/12/10 00:19
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WYOMING, MI -- Since a box fell on Larry Mutchler’s head while he was shopping at Menards, he claims he has been plagued by head, neck and shoulder pain. “He’s getting treatment on his neck and still...
2014/12/09 18:04
2014/12/09 18:04
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OLYMPIA—The Department of Licensing (DOL) will soon stop requiring vehicle owners to replace their license plates every seven years and will begin collecting new ferry vessel replacement fees when...
2014/12/06 02:46
2014/12/06 02:46
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Yakima cemetery dispute to go before state board YAKIMA, Wash. -- KIMA is following up on a story we told you involving a local father's dispute with a Yakima cemetery. West Hills Memorial is facing...
2014/12/04 22:12
2014/12/04 22:12
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By Marcy Stamper Washington is expected to have two new laws — reducing class sizes in grades K-12, and requiring background checks for private gun transfers — when the general election results are...
2014/12/03 19:51
2014/12/03 19:51
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On Oct. 20, Uli�s Haus of Rock, 4519 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. on Lansing’s south side, announced on its Facebook page that it would be temporarily closed as the venue�s management dealt with...
2014/12/02 11:19
2014/12/02 11:19
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KALAMAZOO, MI – The president of a West Michigan security company has been indicted on child pornography and weapons charges, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court. Michael Patrick...
2014/11/29 21:00
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New gun background check law to take effect OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - As more expansive gun background checks are set to take effect in Washington state, law enforcement agencies, gun groups and others...
2014/11/23 06:34
2014/11/23 06:34
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The action comes swiftly. Two men circle the vehicle like big cats stalking their prey. One looks like a former NFL linebacker and the other looks like a Hell’s Angels member. Their teamwork is...
2014/11/21 10:19
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ATLAS TWP, MI -- When Sean Trowbridge breaks the seal on the latched door to a walk-in freezer storing bags of varying sizes, a hoppy blast slaps you in the nostrils. The aroma is wheaty, flowery and...
2014/11/19 05:57
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... State Department of Licensing) SEATTLE — You go to the nail salon for a day of beauty and relaxation. But what Q13 Fox News Investigates uncovered may give you pause. Through a public...
2014/11/19 02:46
2014/11/19 02:46
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Yakima cemetery facing state charges in dispute with family YAKIMA, Wash. -- A Yakima cemetery is facing state charges for misleading a local father. He reached out to KIMA for help about a year ago...
2014/12/20 02:49
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