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UPDATED: Wed., April 3, 2019, 8:54 p.m.

U.S. investigates seizure risk with electronic cigarettes

U.S. health officials are probing a new potential health risk with e-cigarettes: seizures. The Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday it is reviewing nearly three dozen reports of seizures among …


Sloths, lizards, anteater in limbo after sanctuary seizures

The owners of an Oregon-based private wildlife center are petitioning to get their exotic animals back after Olympia animal control officers seized them a few weeks ago.


Seattle police seize 3,000 pot plants from 14 houses

Seattle police have seized more than 3,000 marijuana plants from 14 illegal grow houses.


County seeking to take over troublesome Mead property

The first complaint about Jerry McDowell’s property came during the Ronald Reagan administration. In the decades that followed sheriff’s deputies have busted meth labs and fielded countless calls from neighbors …


WSU prof drowned after suffering seizure

PULLMAN — An autopsy shows that a seizure was ultimately to blame for the death of a Washington State University professor.


Spokane man’s death in Benton County Jail ruled accidental

A Spokane man died in Benton County after jailers there forced him into a restraint chair during a seizure, causing the man to suffocate, a coroner ruled Tuesday. Kevin T. …


Commerce secretary cited for hit-and-run

SAN GABRIEL, Calif. — U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson suffered a seizure in connection with two Los Angeles-area traffic crashes that led to a felony hit-and-run citation, officials said today.


Animals adopted after seizure in possible cruelty case

All 99 large animals seized last week on a rural property northwest of Elk have been adopted, a news release from the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service said.