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SEATTLE — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says the state will pay for prepaid postage on mail-in ballots in this year's primary and general elections — but not for voters in King County, where local officials approved a similar measure last week. By Gene Johnson. DEVELOPING.


SPOKANE, Wash. - National Weather Service in Spokane has issued a flood warning for numerous lakes and rivers in Eastern Washington and northern Idaho. The Weather Service says rising temperatures this week will increase snowmelt and runoff.


PULLMAN, Wash. — A controversial wolf researcher will accept a $300,000 settlement to leave Washington State University. SENT: 400 words.


GENEVA — The World Trade Organization has ruled that the European Union continues to provide illegal subsidies to plane-maker Airbus, the latest in a string of tussles between the European manufacturer and U.S. rival Boeing. SENT: 400 words.



SEATTLE — Seattle Mariners All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano was suspended 80 games for violating baseball's joint drug agreement. By Tim Booth. SENT: 750 words. AP Photos.


SEATTLE — The Seattle Mariners begin a stretch with 16 of the next 19 games at home on Tuesday night hosting the Texas Rangers. UPCOMING: Game at 7:10 p.m. PT. 700 words.


—ASSAULT SUSPECT DIES: Washington state assault suspect dies at scene after arrest.

—MISSING GIRL-REMAINS FOUND: Police from 3 states search for more clues in girl's death.

—PUPPIES-HOT TRUNK: Puppies rescued from hot trunk during Oregon traffic stop.

—CARBON CAP LAWSUIT: State appeals judge's ruling that invalidated carbon cap.

—SEATTLE PIPELINE DIVEST: Seattle sticks with Wells Fargo after voting to cut ties.

—FAMILY PLANNING LAWSUITS: 20 AGs back lawsuits by family planning groups against Trump.

—SON SLAYING: Lawyer: Woman was legally insane at time of son's death.

—KENT-SPEEDING COLLECTIONS: Kent collected $1.2M from school traffic cameras in 2017.