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SEATTLE - At a time when millions of immigrants want to stay in the United States, Yury Decyatnik just wants to leave, but can't. He has been under a final order of removal from the United States for over a decade. In that time, he's been constantly unemployed and lives out of his car. He's been arrested and wants the U.S. government to deport him. But the government is unable to remove Decyatnik because he doesn't have a country to take him. By Manuel Valdes. AP Photo. SENT: 390 words.


RICHLAND — State officials support the idea of a proposed new facility that would allow Hanford's vitrification plant to start treating some radioactive waste at the country's most contaminated nuclear site sooner, but worry about how the federal government will pay for the facility. SENT: 300 words.


SEATTLE — Seattle Public Schools could have a permanent leader soon. The Seattle Times reports that the school board could vote on the future of Interim Superintendent Larry Nyland on Dec. 3. SENT: 310 words.


— FERGUSON-SEATTLE PROTEST —Seattle: Police use pepper spray, arrest Ferguson protesters downtown.

— IN FLIGHT DEATH: Alabama man dies on flight from Atlanta to Seattle.

— FISHING VESSEL RESCUED — Coast Guard tows in disabled fishing vessel near mouth of the Columbia.

— NFL TICKETS: 49ers fan who sued NFL and lost has appealed.

—WASHINGTON WEATHER: Falling temperatures increase possibility of lowland snow in western Washington.

—POLICE CHASE-ROLLOVER: Police: Man arrested after high-speed chase, crash.

— FATAL EXPLOSION — Scappoose, Oregon, woman killed in repair shop explosion; spark ignites oxygen.