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California man pleads guilty to groping a passenger

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 20:17:14 UT

SEATTLE (AP) — A California man has pleaded guilty to groping and kissing a 16-year-old girl on an Alaska Airlines flight last year. Jesse Salas was charged Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle with one misdemeanor count of simple assault on an aircraft. He pleaded guilty Wednesday. Salas of Redondo Beach, California, was on a flight on June 22, 2016 from Portland, Oregon to Anchorage, Alaska. The plea agreement says he was seated next to a 16-year-old girl and after she closed her eyes, Salas grabbed her thigh. She pushed his hand away and he kissed her on the mouth. She pushed him away again and tried to put his hand into her pants.

3 key players in drug distribution ring found guilty

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:35:21 UT

SEATTLE (AP) — Three key players in a drug distribution ring that operated across Washington state were found guilty after a 10-day jury trial. U.S. Attorney Annette Hayes says 14 others involved in the case pleaded guilty after their arrest in November 2016. The drug ring distributed heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine in King, Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom counties. They had drug connections in Nevada and California. Law enforcement investigated the ring in late 2015 and early 2016 using pole cameras, confidential sources, wire taps and undercover agents. The investigation was named "Operation Car Wash" as some of the conspirators conducted deals at a Mount Vernon car wash.

Washington Football Prep Poll

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:18:22 UT

WASHINGTON POLL Class 4A1. Camas (10)7-01182. Woodinville (1)7-01053. Richland (1)7-01014. Monroe7-0795. Chiawana6-1736. Graham-Kapowsin6-1447. Union6-1418. Puyallup6-1339. Central Valley6-12210. Gonzaga Prep5-217Others receiving 6 or more points: Lake Stevens 9. Skyline 7. ___ Class 3A1. Eastside Catholic (12)7-01202. Ferndale7-0923. O'Dea6-1894. Bellevue6-1805. Kamiakin6-1776. Timberline7-0627. Lincoln6-1608. Edmonds-Woodway6-1319. Oak Harbor6-12610. Ballard5-28Others receiving 6 or more points: Mt. Spokane 7. ___ Class 2A1. Archbishop Murphy (12)6-11292. Hockinson7-01033. Tumwater (1)5-21014. West Valley (Spokane)7-0935. Fife7-0756. North Kitsap7-0657. Liberty (Issaquah)6-1608. Selah6-0389. W. F. West6-12710.

Man accused of assaulting 2-year-old boy pleads guilty

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 18:50:07 UT

BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) — A Ferndale man accused of assaulting a toddler and leaving the child with a fractured limb has pleaded guilty to one charge. The Bellingham Herald reports 24-year-old Ty Antonio Garrett has been sentenced for three months in jail Oct. 11 for third-degree assault of a child. He was also order to stay away from the toddler for the next five years. Court records say Garrett was arrested after the 2-year-old boy was taken to a hospital with bruises on his face and a femoral fracture. Authorities found that Garrett was the child's caregiver at the time of the boy's injuries. He had been dating the boy's mother.

Traffic stop leads officials to $1.5 million worth of drugs

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 18:29:53 UT

MOSES LAKE, Wash. (AP) — A traffic stop and drug bust led Moses Lake police to serve seven warrants that netted $1.2 million in meth, heroin and marijuana. Grant County Sheriff Tom Jones says it was the largest drug seizure in the history of the Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team. Police stopped José Miranda on October 5 and allegedly found nearly eight pounds of methamphetamine and heroin. He was charged in federal court and had his initial appearance last week. That led to additional busts of homes in the county where officials found netted 25 more pounds of meth, seven pounds of heroin, and 40 pounds of processed marijuana. Arrested during this series of investigations was Maria Chavez Diaz, age 27, of Moses Lake.

Washington unemployment rate holds steady at 4.6 percent

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 18:24:11 UT

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington state's unemployment rate last month was unchanged from the previous month's rate of 4.6 percent. According to the latest numbers released Wednesday by the Employment Security Department, the state added 13,800 jobs in September after the private sector gained 6,000 jobs during the month and the public sector gained 7,800 jobs. Job gains and losses are estimates based on a survey by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate counts the percentage of people who are unemployed and actively looking for work, and doesn't include those who have stopped looking for work. The national unemployment rate was 4.2 percent last month.

Seattle man recovers bat taken from Ken Griffey Jr. statue

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 17:18:32 UT

SEATTLE (AP) — A Seattle man says he chased down a suspected thief who ripped the bat off of the statue of baseball player Ken Griffey Jr. KING-TV reports the suspect was apprehended on Tuesday after Kelsey Klevenberg followed the man who ditched the bat in a garbage can during the chase. Klevenberg says he was across the street from Safeco Field when he saw the man bending the bat back and forth until it snapped off of the statue of the Seattle Mariners star. Klevenberg says he chased the man because "if there's one thing you don't do in Seattle, Washington, it's mess with the statue of Ken Griffey, Jr." ___ Information from: KING-TV,

Washington Senate race most expensive in state history

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 17:13:21 UT

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — A legislative race that will determine control of the Washington Senate is the most expensive in state history. Officials with the Public Disclosure Commission said Wednesday that combined spending by the campaigns Democrat Manka Dhingra and Republican Jinyoung Lee Englund exceeds $2.4 million, surpassing the previous record of nearly $1.5 million. That 2014 race — between the late Republican Sen. Andy Hill and Democratic opponent Matt Isenhower — was in the same district. This year's race is to serve the last year of a four-year term left vacant by Hill's death. Republicans, with the help of a Democrat who caucuses with them, currently control the Senate by a single seat.

Police: Homeowner shoots prowler in back yard

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:08:58 UT

VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — Police in Vancouver, Washington, are investigating after a homeowner shot a prowler in his backyard. Police responded to a disturbance call at about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday. The homeowner told police that he woke early to a prowler in his fenced backyard. Police said the homeowner armed himself and confronted the suspect. During an altercation between the two, the homeowner fired one shot at the suspect, who was then taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. The Vancouver Police Department Major Crime Unit is investigating.

Women who own businesses find bank loans harder to get

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:07:35 UT

NEW YORK (AP) — Getting a bank loan is still a struggle for many women who own businesses. Kirsten Curry has had three rejections in the past six months and is waiting to hear from a fourth bank. Curry, owner of Seattle-based Leading Retirement Solutions, has applied to national banks, a regional bank and a credit union. The problem is that her 8-year-old retirement advisory firm lost money last year as it invested in technology to help it expand. Although revenue has consistently risen and her company has no debt, her expenses last year were a red flag. "Though we know we're going to see growth, it's not necessarily guaranteed," Curry says.

Light-rail over I-90 bridge wins Popular Science award

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 14:56:23 UT

SEATTLE (AP) — Sound Transit has received a Popular Science 2017 "Best of What's New" award in the engineering category for its plan to run light-rail trains across the Interstate-90 floating bridge. The East Link project across Lake Washington is slated to open in 2023. Building light rail across a floating bridge is a world's-first achievement. Sound Transit says it's made possible by innovative engineering to create a track bridge that will compensate for six ranges of lake motion. The I-90 bridge project is one of 100 products and technologies across 11 categories selected for the Best of What's New issue that was published Tuesday.

Prosecutor clears deputy in shooting of West Richland man

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 13:42:52 UT

KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) — A deputy has been cleared in the shooting and killing of a southern Washington man who authorities say refused to drop a shotgun and leveled it at officers. The Tri-City Herald reports that Benton County Prosecutor Andy Miller says deputy John Clary was justified in the shooting of 46-year-old Douglas West in July. Authorities say the wife of West barricaded herself in a bedroom of their residence and called police. When Clary arrived at the West Richland residence, West walked out wielding a shotgun. Police commanded him to drop the gun. Miller says Clary made the correct decision to shoot, and "it is impossible to know what Mr.

Mushroom pickers find human skull in eastern Pierce County

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 12:21:02 UT

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Authorities are working to identify remains after mushroom pickers found a human skull in a wooded area in eastern Pierce County. KCPQ-TV reports that the skull was covered in moss and appears to have been there for a long time. Pierce County Sheriff's Detective Ed Troyer says investigators don't know yet if it's a missing person case, a homicide or some other case. People out picking mushrooms found the skull Sunday in an area off a Forest Service road in the Greenwater area. Investigators processed the scene and tried to recover other evidence on Tuesday.


Wed, 18 Oct 2017 07:05:41 UT

WHL All Times Local Eastern Conference East Division GPWLOTLSOLGFGAPtsSwift Current98100422016Brandon107201503515Moose Jaw97200362214Regina105410363811Prince Albert10343033409Saskatoon7250026384Central Division GPWLOTLSOLGFGAPtsMedicine Hat85300292510Red Deer85300323410Kootenay10451029359Edmonton11461036489Lethbridge8440027268Calgary10361027367Western Conference U.S. Division GPWLOTLSOLGFGAPtsPortland98100522316Tri-City106400333812Spokane105500344110Seattle8430126349Everett11470034438B.C.


Wed, 18 Oct 2017 07:05:39 UT

WHL Scoring Leaders GAPtsTyler Steenbergen, SC16925Ty Lewis, BDN61925Matthew Phillips, Vic91524Aleksi Heponiemi, SC51722Matt Bradley, Reg91120Stelio Mattheos, BDN91019Glenn Gawdin, SC71118Kole Lind, Kel71118Dante Hannoun, Vic8917Kale Clague, BDN71017Jordy Stallard, Pa61117Cody Glass, Por41317Emil Oksanen, Reg9716Cole Fonstad, Pa51116Jared Legien, Vic41216Trey Fix-Wolansky, EDM6915Brayden Burke, MJ51015Patrick Bajkov, EVT41115Skyler McKenzie, Por10414Mason McCarty, RD8614Ryan Peckford, Vic7714Giorgio Estephan, Let41014Tanner Kaspick, BDN31114David Quenneville, MH21214Regan Nagy, Vic9413Braylon Shmyr, Sas7613Matt Fonteyne, EVT6713Noah Gregor, MJ5813Connor Dewar, EVT5813Tyler Soy, Vic4913Henri Jokiharju, Por4913Mark Rassell, MH9312Kody


Wed, 18 Oct 2017 06:35:34 UT

Ice 2, Warriors 1 First Period No Scoring. Penalties — Baer Ktn (interference) 11:26; Burzan M.j (tripping) 16:37. Second Period 1. Kootenay, Loschiavo 4 (Huston, Russell) 5:54. 2. Moose Jaw, Jeannot 3 (Burke, Gregor) 12:55. 3. Kootenay, Davis 4 (Bodak, Baer) 17:45 (pp). Penalties — Howden M.j (cross checking) 17:10; Jeannot M.j (high sticking) 18:57; Woo M.j (delay of game) 19:00; Fleury Ktn (hooking) 19:20. Third Period No Scoring. Penalties — None.

Yakima voters to have say on county's recreational pot ban

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 05:51:06 UT

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — Voters in the unincorporated areas of Yakima County will vote in November on whether they think the county's ban on recreational marijuana businesses should be lifted. The Herald-Republic reports that county commissioners say the ban was put into place when Yakima County voters rejected the initiative that legalized recreational marijuana in 2012 by 57.8 percent. The November vote will be an advisory vote, meaning commissioners still have final say on the ban despite the outcome of the election. There are currently more than 20 marijuana businesses in unincorporated areas of the county, despite the ban.

WHL Roundup: Dawson Holt lifts Giants over Raiders 5-4 in overtime

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 05:45:33 UT

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Dawson Holt scored 2:35 into overtime as the Vancouver Giants slipped past the Prince Albert Raiders 5-4 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action. Ty Ronning had a pair of goals in regulation time for Vancouver (3-4-2), while Brayden Watts and Alex Kannok Leipert also found the back of the net. David Tendeck made 33 saves for the Giants. Jordy Stallard, Sergei Sapego, Parker Kelly and Sean Montgomery scored for the Raiders (3-4-3). Nicholas Sanders combined with Curtis Meger for 34 stops for Prince Albert. Both teams went 0 for 2 on the power play. Vancouver's Darian Skeoch was given a match penalty for charging at 1:24 of the second period. --- AMERICANS 2 ROCKETS 1 KENNEWICK, Wash.


Wed, 18 Oct 2017 05:10:33 UT

Americans 2, Rockets 1 First Period 1. Tri-City, Yaremko 1 (AuCoin) 10:24. Penalties — Hilsendager Kel (tripping) 19:46. Second Period No Scoring. Penalties — Tri-City bench (too many men, served by Focht) 1:58; Kelowna bench (too many men, served by Kindree) 14:36; Topping T.c (interference) 15:43; Foote Kel, Leason T.c (roughing) 18:02; Lind Kel (roughing) 20:00. Third Period 2. Tri-City, Yaremko 2 (Johnson) 12:24. 3. Kelowna, Dube 4 (Lind, Cowell) 18:25 (pp). Penalties — Topping T.c (major-boarding major, misconduct) 17:22; Rasmussen T.c (interference) 0:16; Bouchard T.

Winning numbers drawn in 'Daily Game' game

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 03:46:21 UT

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Tuesday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Daily Game" game were: 2-1-9 (two, one, nine)