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Seattle, Washington 

Mayor Bruce Harrell’s office said the three finalists have been vetted and unanimously selected by four public safety assessors. The process is expected to be completed by the fall.

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(AP Photo/Jason Redmond) 

The first day of classes at Seattle Public Schools was cancelled and teachers are on strike over issues that include pay, mental health support, and staffing ratios for special education and multilingual students.

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Ame Lambert, PSU's vice president of global diversity and inclusion. 

‘Apprenticeship-plus’ program will provide support navigating workplace politics, unwritten rules.

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(AP Photo/Stephen Brashear) 

A civil rights activist from Spokane, Washington, a business owner and the founder of a winery and his family were on the floatplane that crashed in the waters of Puget Sound, killing 10.

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Homicide rates appear to be dropping in some major U.S. cities, such as New York and Chicago, but in others killings are on the rise, particularly from guns. In Portland, the homicide rate surged 207% since 2019

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(AP Photo/Mike Stewart, File) 

From what you buy online, to how you remember tasks, to when you monitor your doorstep, Amazon is seemingly everywhere.

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Emergency personnel respond to a shooting at the Forum shopping center in east Bend, Ore., Sunday, Aug. 28, 2022. (Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin via AP) 

66-year-old employee, Donald Ray Surrett Jr. and an 84-year-old customer were killed in a shooting at a Bend Safeway Sunday evening. Two others were injured.

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Director Ime Etuk.  

Feature-length film tells story of Vin Shambry’s houseless youth 

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Flags at Oregon public institutions will be flown at half-staff on Monday in honor of Logan Taylor, a 25-year-old firefighter, who was struck and killed by a tree fighting the fire, which was started by lightning on Aug. 17

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Leslee Barnes, director of the Department of County Human Services’ Preschool & Early Learning Division 

Voter-approved program offers free preschool to Multnomah County residents.

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