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Authorities: New Bombing Reported At Austin Goodwill Store

Austin authorities say emergency personnel are responding to another reported explosion, this one at a Goodwill store in the southern part of the city.

News | Education | local | Politics

Students In Clark County To Continue Gun Control Activism

For the second time in two weeks, students in Clark County and across the country will take to the streets to demonstrate in the aftermath of last month’s deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

News | Health | local

Oregon Wants To Know What The Public Thinks About CCOs

The Oregon Health Authority is asking the public to say what it likes, dislikes and wants to change about the state’s 15 coordinated care organizations.

News | Nation

Sheriff: 2 Wounded In Maryland High School Shooting; Shooter Dead

St. Mary's County Sheriff Tim Cameron said the student with the handgun was declared dead at a hospital, and the other two students were in critical condition.

News | local | Animals

Multiple Cougars Spotted In Silverton, 1 Euthanized

Multiple cougar sightings in Silverton, Ore. last week raised alarm bells and even led to the closure of The Oregon Garden.

News | Politics | local

Washington Governor Signs Bills Aimed At Expanding Voting Access

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into law four bills aimed at expanding access to voting. They include a new state Voting Rights Act.

News | Nation

Police: Bomb That Exploded At FedEx Facility Was Sent From, And To, Austin

Police are now investigating a second explosive device that was found in the FedEx system. In the past week, Austin police have received 1,257 calls about suspicious packages.

News | Business | local

Carpool Apps Expand In Pacific Northwest

Google subsidiary Waze is launching a carpool app statewide in Washington Tuesday. The company is the latest to see opportunity in the carpool organizing business in the Pacific Northwest.

News | Environment | Flora and Fauna | Fish & Wildlife | Nation

Decline In Hunters Threatens How US Pays For Conservation

The steady drop is expected to accelerate in coming years, threatening the much-lauded model through which the U.S. has paid for conservation.

News | World | Animals | Fish & Wildlife | Environment | Flora and Fauna | Science

Sudan, World's Last Male Northern White Rhino, Dies

Sudan lived most of his life in a zoo in the Czech Republic, but was brought to a conservancy in Kenya in 2009 as part of a last-ditch effort to save his species. He died at the conservancy at age 45.

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