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BILL GATES-NEW SCHOOLS PROGRAM

SEATTLE — Most of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's latest round of U.S. education grants money will go to outside organizations working with local school systems. By Sally Ho. UPCOMING: 900 words, AP Photos.

POLICE-DEADLY FORCE

The Washington Supreme Court is expected to rule Tuesday whether state lawmakers acted constitutionally when they passed a measure designed to improve police training in de-escalation tactics and make it easier to prosecute officers for negligent shootings. DEVELOPING.

SPORTS

FBN-SEAHAWKS-BALDWIN

RENTON, Wash. — Doug Baldwin has been remarkably quiet during training camp. That's because the Seattle Seahawks wide receiver has been dealing with a lingering knee issue that kept him on the sidelines until this week, but has him on track for Week 1 at Denver. By Tim Booth. UPCOMING: 500 words. By 4 p.m. PT.

IN BRIEF

ONTARIO KILLING: Canadian man accused in woman's death arrested near Seattle

STABBING DEATH-YAKIMA: Man stabbed in the neck in Yakima dies

NATURE PRESERVE-SUSPICIOUS FIRES: Fire marshal: 7 fires near Bremerton preserve suspicious