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SEATTLE - Dozens of inmates serving life sentences for second-degree robbery appear to be left out of Washington state’s “three strikes” reform legislation. Legislation pushed by a prosecutors’ group removes second-degree robbery from the list of crimes qualifying for cumulative life sentences. By Tom James. SENT: 1,100 words. AP Photos.
ARLINGTON, Texas _ Lance Lynn pitches for the Texas Rangers, who go for their sixth win in seven games. The Mariners have lost 16 of 21. UPCOMING. 650 words, photos. Game starts 7:05 p.m. CT.
_TRAIN DERAILMENT-WASHINGTON STATE: Investigators to present findings on deadly train crash.
_WASHINGTON-POLLUTION SETTLEMENT: Washington state company to settle EPA water pollution case.
_UNLICENSED POT SHOP: Authorities: Illegal pot shop shut down near Mount Vernon.