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Stephen Foster, department chair of Manufacturing and Engineering with the Rogue Community College Table Rock Campus in White City Ore., shows a functioning fly reel that he made on the school&#039;s new 3-D printer.

New printer has students thinking in 3-D

Stephen Foster, department chair of Manufacturing and Engineering with the Rogue Community College Table Rock Campus in White City Ore., shows a functioning fly reel that he made on the school&#039;s new 3-D printer.

October 5, 2015, 5:50am Northwest

The chess piece in Stephen Foster’s office is a study in intricacy: a thumb-sized rook with an elaborate interior spiral staircase and a DNA helix sidekick that pushes through the middle. “It’s physically impossible to make this part. Can’t do it,” said Foster,… Read story

Signs calling for prayers and remembrance for those killed in a fatal shooting at Umpqua Community College, are seen on a pair of local businesses Saturday in Roseburg, Ore.

Roseburg gunman killed himself, officials say

Signs calling for prayers and remembrance for those killed in a fatal shooting at Umpqua Community College, are seen on a pair of local businesses Saturday in Roseburg, Ore.

October 3, 2015, 1:43pm Courts & Crime

As a 26-year-old killer gunned down victims inside a college classroom, he spared one student and gave him a package to deliver to authorities, according to the grandmother of a student who witnessed the deadly rampage in Oregon. Read story

Portland Police Sgt. Pete Simpson places a photo of shooting victim Lucas Eibel, 18, next to a photo of victim Quinn Cooper, 18, for during a news conference, Friday in Roseburg, Ore.

Gunman was boot camp dropout, studied mass shooters

Portland Police Sgt. Pete Simpson places a photo of shooting victim Lucas Eibel, 18, next to a photo of victim Quinn Cooper, 18, for during a news conference, Friday in Roseburg, Ore.

October 2, 2015, 11:08pm Latest News

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- The 26-year-old gunman who opened fire on fellow students in his community college English class, killing nine people, was an Army boot camp dropout who studied mass shooters before becoming one himself. Read story

Elinor Fanning holds a sign for her husband, Mark Powell, of Bainbridge Island as he finishes the last leg of his Swim Duwamish project Wednesday in Seattle.

Man swims Duwamish River

Elinor Fanning holds a sign for her husband, Mark Powell, of Bainbridge Island as he finishes the last leg of his Swim Duwamish project Wednesday in Seattle.

October 1, 2015, 9:04pm Northwest

Mark Powell slips on his goggles, adjusts his snorkel and drops away from the industrial wasteland at the mouth of the Duwamish River. The rusty barges, crumbling piers and the screech of freight trains give way to a quiet, green-blue world that is startlingly alive. Read story

Seattle Police officers look under a &quot;Ride the Ducks&quot; tourist vehicle as a tire and wheel from the bus sits nearby before the bus is loaded onto a flatbed tow truck Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, after it was involved in a fatal crash with a charter passenger bus earlier in the day in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Washington suspends operations of duck tour company

Seattle Police officers look under a &quot;Ride the Ducks&quot; tourist vehicle as a tire and wheel from the bus sits nearby before the bus is loaded onto a flatbed tow truck Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, after it was involved in a fatal crash with a charter passenger bus earlier in the day in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S.

September 28, 2015, 12:23pm Latest News

Washington state regulators suspended the operations of a Seattle tour company Monday after one of its amphibious vehicles swerved into an oncoming charter bus last week, killing five people and hurting dozens of others. Read story

Jeff Cooney, right, prepares to bandage the wing of a red-tailed hawk with the help of volunteer Chris Wright at High Desert Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rescue in Bend, Ore.

Bend wildlife rehab center treating more animals each year

Jeff Cooney, right, prepares to bandage the wing of a red-tailed hawk with the help of volunteer Chris Wright at High Desert Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rescue in Bend, Ore.

September 28, 2015, 6:03am Life

A couple hundred animals are tucked into and around a modest house just east of Bend. Read story

Seattle Police officers look under a &quot;Ride the Ducks&quot; tourist vehicle as a tire and wheel from the bus sits nearby before the bus is loaded onto a flatbed tow truck Thursday, after it was involved in a fatal crash with a charter passenger bus earlier in the day in Seattle. (Ted S.

Officials: Axle of duck boat in fatal crash ‘sheared off’

Seattle Police officers look under a &quot;Ride the Ducks&quot; tourist vehicle as a tire and wheel from the bus sits nearby before the bus is loaded onto a flatbed tow truck Thursday, after it was involved in a fatal crash with a charter passenger bus earlier in the day in Seattle. (Ted S.

September 26, 2015, 8:00pm Latest News

The left front axle of the duck boat involved in a deadly Seattle accident was “sheared off,” but federal investigators said Saturday they don’t know if it was damaged before the collision with a charter bus that killed four international college students. Read story

Hundreds of students rally Thursday, September 10, 2015, at Summit Sierra public charter school in Seattle's International District. Charter school students, parents and staff rallied to support the schools and to call for Governor Jay Inlsee and the legislature to show their support after the State Supreme Court ruled state funding of the schools to be unconstitutional.

AG asks Supreme Court to reconsider charter-school ruling

Hundreds of students rally Thursday, September 10, 2015, at Summit Sierra public charter school in Seattle's International District. Charter school students, parents and staff rallied to support the schools and to call for Governor Jay Inlsee and the legislature to show their support after the State Supreme Court ruled state funding of the schools to be unconstitutional.

September 24, 2015, 9:36pm Latest News

As expected, Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a motion Thursday asking the state Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling that Washington state’s charter-school law is unconstitutional. Read story

In this Aug. 28, 2015, photo, Sam Jarrett with the Washington Department of Natural Resources checks on a section of the Tiger Mountain State Forest biking trail near Issaquah, Wash. The Washington Department of Natural Resources says the new trail should open in springtime.

Tiger Mountain bike trail system is growing

In this Aug. 28, 2015, photo, Sam Jarrett with the Washington Department of Natural Resources checks on a section of the Tiger Mountain State Forest biking trail near Issaquah, Wash. The Washington Department of Natural Resources says the new trail should open in springtime.

September 19, 2015, 6:05am Northwest

ISSAQUAH -- Just a few dozen yards up an old Tiger Mountain State Forest trail, Sam Jarrett suddenly veered off route, stepped over a mossy log and ducked into the woods. Read story

Washington State University's Pullman campus.

Washington State reporting record fall enrollment

Washington State University's Pullman campus.

September 17, 2015, 10:43am Northwest

Washington State University has record enrollment this fall, registering 29,686 students at its campuses across the state. Read story