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2014/11/24 01:32
2014/11/24 01:32
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An inmate escaped from the Nisqually Jail on Sunday afternoon. Police were notified at 1:37 p.m. They were able to locate and catch the escaped inmate by 3:07 p.m. -- less than two hours after...
2014/11/24 01:32
2014/11/24 01:32
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2014/11/22 01:32
2014/11/22 01:32
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A 13-year-old student was emergency expelled for threatening students and administrators with two knives, according to the Olympia School District. Investigators said she came out of a bathroom...
2014/11/21 07:21
2014/11/21 07:21
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Man who was imprisoned for life in 1995 is freed after the victim who was 11 at the time recanted her claim that she was molested to 'clear her conscience' A judge in Olympia has ordered a new trial...
2014/11/21 06:34
2014/11/21 06:34
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Authorities say a burglar broke into the home and undressed. He then walked into the bedroom, which is when the couple woke up and called 911. The woman's husband chased the man out of the house, the...
2014/11/20 20:57
2014/11/20 20:57
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Thurston County — A burglar who allegedly broke into a home, ditched all his clothes and walked into a sleeping couple’s bedroom naked was later found by officers relaxing in a neighboring hot tub,...
2014/11/20 07:34
2014/11/20 07:34
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A 22-year-old homeless man pleaded not guilty to first-degree attempted robbery on Tuesday for allegedly threatening an restaurant employee with a toy gun. The incident occurred after a restaurant...
2014/11/18 03:05
2014/11/18 03:05
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The following editorial appeared in The Seattle Times on Wednesday, Nov. 12: Americans of every stripe should echo The Associated Press’ recent demand that the Federal Bureau of Investigation never...
2014/11/17 20:57
2014/11/17 20:57
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OLYMPIA — Several Western Washington counties issues Stage 1 and 2 burn bans as stagnant weather conditions and rising air pollution worsened as a stretch of clear, cold days continues. Pierce...
2014/11/15 00:07
2014/11/15 00:07
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Published: Friday, November 14, 2014, 3:34 p.m. Investment group plans to turn old Olympia Brewery site into craft beer hub There may be some life left in the old Olympia Brewery buildings after...
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2014/11/14 21:32
2014/11/14 21:32
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Two men crashed through a large plate-glass window in Olympia during a fight about a bicycle, then a third man knocked one of them out, according to officers. Olympia police said that on Thursday...
2014/11/14 18:21
2014/11/14 18:21
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It can be hard to keep up with all of the news that occurs on daily basis. Because of this, the Officer.com staff presents the "Quickfire Weekly Recap." Here are some of the stories you may have...
2014/11/13 09:21
2014/11/13 09:21
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Clients of the Interfaith Works Overnight Emergency Shelter enter through a basement door underneath Olympia’s First Christian Church less than a mile from the state capitol. Inside, the shelter has...
2014/11/12 20:28
2014/11/12 20:28
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No snow for Seattle but it's coming to Portland; blizzard in Gorge? SEATTLE -- The Willamette Valley is taking our early season cold snap and doing the Puget Sound region one better: By adding in a...
2014/11/11 23:29
2014/11/11 23:29
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A judge in Olympia has ordered a new trial for a man who has been in prison since 1995 when he was convicted of child molestation. A woman who was 11 at the time has recanted and said she made up...
2014/11/11 23:08
2014/11/11 23:08
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In this June 4, 2013, photo Lewis County Sheriff's Deputy, Rob Snaza, left, and his identical twin brother, John Snaza, hold one of John's old campaign signs as the pose for a portrait in Rob's...
2014/11/11 05:21
2014/11/11 05:21
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Two of a kind! Identical twin brothers will serve as sheriffs for adjacent Washington state counties Incumbent John Snaza held on to his position as Thurston County Sheriff Meanwhile, his identical...
2014/11/10 12:21
2014/11/10 12:21
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In this photo taken on May 31, 2013, Rob Snaza, right, hugs his brother and Thurston County sheriff John Snaza, left, during a meet and greet event at the Napavine Feed Store in Napavine, Wash. On...
2014/11/10 00:57
2014/11/10 00:57
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Initiative 1531, which would shrink K-12 class sizes at public schools across the state, has crept from a tiny deficit to a small lead, tallying an 12,178-vote advantage of the more than 1.8 million...
2014/11/08 16:01
2014/11/08 16:01
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The Nebraska secretary of state's office says turnout in this week's election increased slightly with the addition of early ballots. Secretary of State John Gale says the turnout Tuesday's was around...
2014/11/07 23:48
2014/11/07 23:48
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Updated: 6:08 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, 2014 | Posted: 6:08 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, 2014 More News Headlines In this photo taken on May 31, 2013, Rob Snaza, right, hugs his brother and Thurston County...
2014/11/24 01:32
2014/11/24 01:32
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