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Regional Headlines: Former Griz Battles Cancer; Voter Fraud; Greigo Trial; 36th Victim of Mudslide ID'd

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Here are some stories making headlines around the region:

Former Griz Football Player Battles Cancer - A former Griz football player prepares to take on different kind of physical challenge, after learning he has cancer. Former linebacker Cole Lockwood got his diagnosis just last week and is now recovering from surgery. http://bit.ly/1gkn8SW

Cascade Resident Believes Election Voter Fraud Occurred - All Americans have the constitutional right to choose their representatives by casting votes during an election, but in Cascade County that right may have been violated. http://bit.ly/1gknJUC

Griego Trial: Law Enforcement, Bank Employees Testify - The trial of accused serial rapist Toby Griego resumes Friday. Day four of the trial wrapped up late Thursday afternoon. http://bit.ly/1gipQF7

36th Victim of Oso Mudslide ID'd; Eight still missing - The Snohomish County medical examiner's office has now identified all 36 victims it has received from the Oso mudslide. http://bit.ly/1neqgkr

Woman: 911 Down When Intruder Breaks Into Home; She Armed Herself With A Knife - A woman from Everett, Wash., says she called 911 at least 37 times early Thursday when an intruder broke into her home, but she couldn't get through during a statewide outage of the emergency call system. http://bit.ly/1iDctjr


 

 

 

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