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Washington state delays Dungeness crab season

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 17:25:21 UT

SEATTLE (AP) — Officials in Washington state say Dungeness crab season will start two weeks later due to harmful algae. KING-TV reports ( that the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday that the opening of the season on Washington's coast is being moved from Dec. 1 to Dec. 16. Officials say the crabs contain domoic acid that can build up in crabs and is like poison for the brain for anyone who consumes the crabs. Officials say it can lead to short-term memory loss and even death. Officials also say the crabs are low in meat and need more time to grow. ___ Information from: KING-TV,

Man who killed Washington state taxi driver gets 22 years

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 16:50:24 UT

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) — A Washington state man who fatally shot a taxi driver has been sentenced to 22 years, four months in prison. The Skagit Valley Herald reports ( that 32-year-old Solomona Fatu Luteru received the sentence Friday in Skagit County Superior Court. Luteru last month pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree murder and one count of first-degree robbery in the March 2015 killing of 46-year-old taxi driver Lisamarie Eason of Anacortes. Authorities say Luteru shot Eason not long after she picked him up in a taxi van at the Swinomish Casino and Lodge. Police say that after several stops the van rolled into some bushes and Luteru was seen leaving the vehicle.

Man convicted of triple homicide in Washington state

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 16:31:20 UT

VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — A southwestern Washington state jury has convicted a 37-year-old man of three counts of aggravated murder following the shooting deaths of three people in a Clark County home. The Columbian reports ( that a jury on Friday also convicted Brent Luyster of one count of attempted murder and two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon. Luyster, a known white supremacist, fatally shot Joseph Mark Lamar, Zachary Thompson and Janell Renee Knight on July 15, 2016, in Woodland. A fourth person was shot and survived. Officials say Thompson was Luyster's best friend and LaMar a friend. Knight was LaMar's partner. The motive for the killings has been unclear.

Man charged with vehicular homicide in crash that killed man

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 13:40:22 UT

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) — A Marysville man has been charged with vehicular homicide in connection with a crash Sunday that killed a Mount Vernon man. The Skagit Valley Herald reports Daniel Mackenzie was being held on $250,000 bail at the Skagit County jail. Court documents say Mackenzie told officers that he began speeding away from a Sedro-Woolley parking lot Sunday evening because he spotted vehicles he recognized as belonging to gang members. Documents say Mackenzie believed the vehicles were chasing him, leading him to allegedly punch it through an intersection. Documents say he claimed he didn't see the other car until it was too late. A 61-year-old male passenger was ejected from the other vehicle and died at the scene.


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 08:05:42 UT

WHL Scoring Leaders GAPtsTyler Steenbergen, SC302151Aleksi Heponiemi, SC163551Glenn Gawdin, SC142842Matthew Phillips, Vic162238Brayden Burke, MJ82937Jayden Halbgewachs, MJ181735Ty Lewis, BDN102434Ty Ronning, Van221133Jordy Stallard, Pa151833Kole Lind, Kel112132Kale Clague, BDN102131Mark Rassell, MH21930Noah Gregor, MJ121830Patrick Bajkov, EVT111930Cody Glass, Por102030Stelio Mattheos, BDN141428Matt Bradley, Reg161127Cameron Hebig, Sas151227Skyler McKenzie, Por151227Kieffer Bellows, Por141327Hudson Elynuik, SPO111627Dante Hannoun, Vic111627Garrett Pilon, Kam81927Cole Fonstad, Pa72027Dillon Dube, Kel121426Trey Fix-Wolansky, EDM101626Giorgio Estephan, Let91726Tanner Jeannot, MJ131225Jared Legien, Vic91625Tyler Soy, Vic81725Colby Sissons,


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 08:05:42 UT

WHL All Times Local Eastern Conference East Division GPWLOTLSOLGFGAPtsMoose Jaw2217500955934Swift Current1914410845429Brandon2013601806327Regina2212820757226Prince Albert219930677521Saskatoon2081110608617Central Division GPWLOTLSOLGFGAPtsMedicine Hat2013700816726Kootenay2291210648819Red Deer2391310728719Lethbridge1971110637815Calgary2261330698515Edmonton2151420619312Western Conference U.S. Division GPWLOTLSOLGFGAPtsPortland1814400834628Tri-City2013520726528Spokane2110812717523Everett22101011646922Seattle209911627520B.C.

Zombie houses plague neighborhoods, cause families heartache

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 07:05:36 UT

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Karen Stratton doesn't cry often. But the city councilwoman teared up last week as she looked out on the High Drive Conservation Area from her late aunt's home on South Maple Boulevard. "We always used to sit out here and eat pizza and watch the raccoons," she said. For the nearly 60 years Stratton's aunt, Willabelle "Willy" Godfrey, lived there, the house was a family gathering place. Godfrey filled the house with antiques and took pride in her decor, which included a Tiffany lamp in the dining room and a dozen or so colorful wallpaper patterns, including stars on the kitchen ceiling. Godfrey had always told her family she hoped another family would move in and start their story in her longtime home after she died.

WHL Roundup: Steenbergen, Heponiemi lead Broncos over Tigers 4-3

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 07:05:23 UT

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. - Tyler Steenbergen scored twice and Aleksi Heponiemi had a goal and two assists as the Swift Current Broncos edged the Medicine Hat Tigers 4-3 on Friday in Western Hockey League action. Steenbergen and Aleksi Heponiemi currently sit 1-2 in league scoring with 51 points apiece in only 19 games. Steenbergen leads all scorers with 30 goals — eight more than Vancouver Giants forward Ty Ronning, who sits second with 22. Conner Chaulk also scored for the Broncos (14-4-1), who got a 39-save outing from Logan Flodell. Max Gerlach, Mark Rassell and Gary Haden scored for the Tigers (13-7-0), who had their win streak halted at five games. Michael Bullion turned aside 12-of-16 shots in a losing cause.

Friday's Scores

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 06:56:27 UT

PREP FOOTBALL Class 1A= Quarterfinals= Newport 21, Colville 7 Class 1B= Quarterfinals= Odessa 60, Garfield-Palouse 14 Sunnyside Christian 62, Cusick 20 Class 2A= Quarterfinals= Archbishop Murphy 28, North Kitsap 21 Tumwater 23, Steilacoom 13 Class 2B= Quarterfinals= Asotin 27, Davenport 12 Kalama 50, Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 15 Napavine 35, Toledo 7 Class 3A= Quarterfinals= Garfield 13, Eastside Catholic 10, 2OT O'Dea 42, Ferndale 14 Rainier Beach 37, Peninsula 28 ___ Some high school football scores provided by,


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 06:15:18 UT

Silvertips 3, Thunderbirds 2 First Period 1. Seattle, Volcan 7 (Bargar, Tyszka) 9:12. Penalties — Hamaliuk Sea (checking from behind) 3:27; Carpendale Sea (game misconduct) 3:56; Carpendale Sea (major-spearing) 16:56. Second Period 2. Everett, Bajkov 11 (unassisted) 13:01 (sh). Penalties — Bajkov Evt (tripping) 7:20; Davis Evt (slashing) 12:10; Hyman Sea (holding) 18:10. Third Period 3. Everett, Vitelli 2 (Richards, Wylie) 15:10. 4. Everett, Richards 9 (Davis, Bajkov) 19:17 (en). 5. Seattle, Volcan 8 (unassisted) 19:49.

Clyburn, Juiston lead UNLV over Eastern Washington 91-76

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 06:01:52 UT

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Kris Clyburn scored 19 points, Shakur Juiston added 13 points and a career-high 18 rebounds and UNLV beat Eastern Washington 91-76 on Friday night. Clyburn was 7 of 8 from the field and made three 3-pointers. Brandon McCoy had 17 points and Jovan Mooring chipped in 15 points for UNLV (3-0). UNLV shot 54 percent from the field (31 of 57), made 6 of 12 3-pointers and outrebounded the Eagles 44-33. Bogdan Bliznyuk scored 16 points and Jacob Davison added 11 to lead Eastern Washington (2-2), which shot just 38 percent from the floor (21 of 71) and missed 11 of 14 3-point attempts. UNLV led 45-41 early in the second half.


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 05:55:18 UT

Royals 1, Chiefs 0 First Period No Scoring. Penalties — Masella Vic (tripping) 2:14; Fischer Spo (kneeing) 13:43. Second Period No Scoring. Penalties — Chenier Spo (hooking) 5:29; Walford Vic (cross checking) 12:18; Elynuik Spo (slashing) 19:50. Third Period 1. Victoria, Freadrich 4 (Nagy) 18:54. Penalties — Elynuik Spo (slashing) 2:25; Nagy Vic (holding) 11:26. Shots on goal by Victoria4515_24Spokane3106_19 Goal — Victoria: Outhouse (W, 13-4-1-0). Spokane: Weatherill (L, 9-6-1-2).


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 05:55:18 UT

Americans 4, Raiders 1 First Period No Scoring. Penalties — Sawchuk T.c (high sticking) 7:05; Miller P.a (tripping) 7:57; Hayes P.a (boarding) 15:14. Second Period 1. Tri-City, Rasmussen 8 (Välimäki, Olson) 5:06. 2. Tri-City, Rasmussen 9 (Krebs, Gatenby) 8:24. 3. Tri-City, Välimäki 5 (Clayton) 9:32. Penalties — Nachbaur P.a (hooking) 11:25; Geekie T.c (embellishment) 11:25; Brown T.c, Jerome P.a (roughing) 15:40; Budik P.a (checking from behind) 15:40; Bouchard T.c (tripping) 19:01. Third Period 4. Prince Albert, Kelly 12 (Fonstad) 0:33 (pp). 5. Tri-City, Geekie 7 (Mutala) 2:03.


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 05:50:16 UT

Blazers 6, Giants 2 First Period 1. Kamloops, Stuart 4 (Pilon, Benjafield) 1:25 (pp). 2. Vancouver, Ronning 21 (Roman, Barberis) 6:05 (pp). 3. Kamloops, Smith 4 (Loewen, Gatenby) 14:02 (pp). Penalties — Morrison Van (hooking, misconduct) 13:44; Morrison Van (slashing) 1:13; Kamloops bench (too many men, served by Loewen) 3:06; Loewen Kam (inter. on goaltender) 5:37; Zazula Kam, Semchuk Van (major, major-fighting) 19:45; Zazula Kam (instigator, misconduct, 10-minute misconduct) 19:45; Semchuk Van (high sticking) 19:45. Second Period 4. Kamloops, Loewen 10 (Vala, Smith) 12:51 (pp). 5. Kamloops, Benjafield 6 (Stuart, Pilon) 14:22 (pp). 6.


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 05:45:28 UT

Rockets 7, Hurricanes 4 First Period 1. Kelowna, Kindree 3 (Foote, Ballhorn) 0:40. 2. Kelowna, Mattson 7 (unassisted) 2:08 (pp). 3. Lethbridge, Elmer 3 (Riddle, Estephan) 19:05. Penalties — Vandervlis Let (charging) 1:11; Franklin Let (hooking) 5:03; Kindree Kel (hooking) 9:32; Korczak Kel (cross checking) 16:52. Second Period 4. Lethbridge, Estephan 8 (Vandervlis) 5:48 (pp). 5. Lethbridge, Estephan 9 (Franklin, Cozens) 9:12. 6. Kelowna, Dube 11 (Foote) 9:56. 7. Kelowna, Topping 9 (Mattson, N. Foote) 14:45. Penalties — Korczak Kel (tripping) 1:17; Ballhorn Kel (hooking) 5:05; N. Foote Kel (hooking) 18:38.


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 05:45:28 UT

Cougars 5, Oil Kings 1 First Period 1. Prince George, Cholowski 6 (Bethune, Boyd) 4:35. 2. Prince George, McDonald 12 (Cholowski, Maser) 15:23 (pp). Penalties — Mohr Edm (hooking) 7:44; Schoettler P.g (interference) 10:55; C. McDonald Edm (cross checking) 14:19. Second Period 3. Prince George, O'Brien 5 (McDonald) 15:55. 4. Prince George, Mikhalchuk 5 (O'Rourke, Schoettler) 17:16. Penalties — None. Third Period 5. Edmonton, Fix-Wolansky 10 (C. McDonald, Soustal) 2:58 (pp). 6. Prince George, O'Brien 6 (unassisted) 11:46 (sh). Penalties — Leppard P.g (too many men) 1:00; Bethune P.


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 05:35:19 UT

Ice 4, Rebels 3 First Period 1. Red Deer, Johnson 7 (McCarty) 9:05. 2. Red Deer, S. Pouliot 1 (Pratt, McCarty) 9:39. 3. Kootenay, Veloso 6 (Krebs, Kohler) 14:55 (pp). Missed penalty shot — Pawlenchuk R.d, 12:56. Penalties — Russell Ktn, Cutler R.d (major, major-fighting) 6:54; Dmytriw R.d (tripping) 11:57; Johnson R.d (tripping) 13:28. Second Period 4. Kootenay, Davis 7 (Krebs) 1:10. 5. Red Deer, Reichel 10 (Zablocki, Alexeyev) 6:25. Penalties — MacKenzie R.d (hooking) 9:19. Third Period 6. Kootenay, Taphorn 2 (Baer) 1:18. 7. Kootenay, Pouliot 2 (Krebs, Hines) 16:31 (pp).


Sat, 18 Nov 2017 05:20:32 UT

Broncos 4, Tigers 3 First Period 1. Swift Current, Steenbergen 29 (Sissons, Heponiemi) 13:24 (pp). 2. Medicine Hat, Gerlach 7 (Haden) 15:39. 3. Swift Current, Steenbergen 30 (unassisted) 19:47. 4. Swift Current, Chaulk 4 (Gawdin, Heponiemi) 19:55. Penalties — Steenbergen S.c (slashing) 10:36; Gerlach M.h (tripping) 12:46; Gawdin S.c (hooking) 17:23. Second Period 5. Medicine Hat, Rassell 21 (Craven, Ostir) 5:11. Penalties — Flodell S.c (delay of game) 1:07; Stotts S.c (high sticking) 7:02; Schmiemann S.c (interference) 10:33. Third Period 6. Swift Current, Heponiemi 16 (Sissons, Gawdin) 2:53 (pp). 7.

Winning numbers drawn in 'Daily Game' game

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 04:46:17 UT

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Daily Game" game were: 1-6-3 (one, six, three)

Winning numbers drawn in 'Match 4' game

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 04:46:16 UT

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Match 4" game were: 01-06-07-17 (one, six, seven, seventeen)