AP-WA--Washington News Coverage Advisory, WA
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ELECTION 2018-WASHINGTON-GUN INITIATIVE
SEATTLE - Voters in Washington state will decide the fate of an initiative that seeks to curb gun violence by toughening background checks for people buying semi-automatic rifles, increasing the age limit to 21 for buyers of those guns and requiring safe storage of all firearms. By Martha Bellisle. SENT: 900 words: AP Photos.
SEATTLE — Kevin Durant comes back to where it all started in the NBA. Durant brings the Golden State Warriors to Seattle for a preseason game against the Sacramento Kings in the final scheduled event at KeyArena. By Tim Booth. UPCOMING: 700 words. Game at 10:30 p.m .ET.
With — BKN--Welts-Old Sonics.
LOS-ANGELES - UCLA wants to be where No. 10 Washington is, contending for Pac-12 titles and berths in the College Football Playoff. The Bruins will have a hard time finding a breakthrough victory against the Huskies on Saturday, however. UCLA is winless so far in the first year of rebuilding under coach Chip Kelly. By Dan Greenspan. SENT: 890 words. AP Photos.
—NEW FERRY: State’s newest ferry launches, has ‘that new boat smell’.
—VANCOUVER-DOUBLE STABBING: Man accused of deadly double stabbing enters insanity plea.
—COMMUNITY COLLEGE-FEDERAL FINE: Auburn community college plans appeal of $570K federal fine.
—BURGERVILLE BREACH-LAWSUIT: Class-action complaint filed after Burgerville data breach.
—AGENCY OFFICIAL-SEX ABUSE: Federal administrator accused of touching employee in Oregon.
—KIDS-DEPENDENCY HEARING: Court: Kids don’t have right to lawyer in certain hearings.
—WOODLAND OFFICER-HARASSMENT LAWSUIT: Woman to get $275,000 in case alleging harassment by officer.