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Taliban try to justify killing children
The Taliban said they targeted a school that mostly admits soldiers' children because the students aspired to follow in their fathers' footsteps and target militants.
Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones criticizes SPD for being to tolerant of violent protestors
"If someone is throwing a rock, that person needs to be arrested. If someone is smashing out the windows of your cruiser, that person needs to be arrested. Eventually we have to stand for something, otherwise things are going to get completely out of control," said Jones.
Guild president president says police face 'professional' protestors
The same troublemakers are showing up, protest after protest and there's now seminars being held on how to disrupt events and cripple crowd control tactics.
Mill Creek baby formula crime ring busted
Eric Stevick writes, "The local thefts mirror a national pattern. Organized crime rings have made millions of dollars reselling stolen formula at cut rate prices. On a smaller scale, drug addicts feed their habits through baby formula theft."
Trial opens alleging murder for sake of murder
Prosecutors say a tip led them to a young man who made himself a student of murder.
Linfield football player from Woodinville stabbed to death
The stabbing occurred at a convenience store in McMinnville, Ore., after a home game for the team. Police fatally shot the suspect.
Theft charges filed against 3 over car prowls
They are charged in a handful of thefts but authorities are looking at more possible cases, including one involving the car of a Seattle Times' columnist, Danny Westneat.
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