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12 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Sheriff: Shooting suspect accidentally released

OLYMPIA, Washington (AP) — The Mason County Sheriff's office says a man accused of shooting at a sheriff's deputy last month has been accidently released from jail. According to the sheriff's office, 27-year-old Joshua Weythman Baker shot at a deputy — who was not hit by the gunfire — during pursuit on March 31. Baker was being held at the ...

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APR 29, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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US consumer spending inches up in March

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. consumers boosted their spending by a tiny amount in March as purchases of nondurable goods such as clothing offset a big fall in spending on autos and other long-lasting items. Consumer spending, which accounts for 70 percent of economic activity, has been lackluster for the past four months.

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APR 25, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Voters weigh in on Cruz-Kasich deal to block Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican presidential campaign trail is crackling with talk of a partnership and pancakes. The Associated Press asked voters in Indiana, Oregon and New Mexico how they felt about Cruz and Kasich striking an extraordinary accord to avoid competing with each other in an effort to block Trump's relentless — but not yet successful — march toward ...

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APR 21, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Andrew Jackson: populist war hero and no fan of paper money

Preceding him in office were four Virginia plantation owners and two Harvard-educated Massachusetts lawyers. Jackson, by contrast, was born to Irish immigrants near Lancaster, South Carolina, on March 15, 1767, and was orphaned by 14, a year after he volunteered to fight the British in the Revolutionary War. "Old Hickory" was a bona-fide Washington outsider, and the enthusiasm of his ...

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APR 19, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Man freed in girl's 1957 slaying speaks of prison, future

McCullough, a former police officer and security guard in Washington state, was released from prison on Friday after a judge vacated his 2012 conviction the same day based on a chief prosecutor's finding that he was 40 miles away when the 7-year-old was abducted, so he couldn't be the killer. Later, he worked as a police officer in Washington state, ...

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