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Regional Headlines: Tinkle Preps for Second Season; Russell Wilson Divorces; Two Found Dead Near Stewart Park; Fire and Explosion in North Bend

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Russel and Ashton Wilson once looked like a happy young couple, now they are headed towards a split. (Photo: Seahawks.com) Russel and Ashton Wilson once looked like a happy young couple, now they are headed towards a split. (Photo: Seahawks.com)
Here are some stories making headlines around the region:

Missoula's Joslyn Tinkle Preparing for Second Professional Season - Joslyn Tinkle is well on her way to a successful pro career.
After graduating from Stanford, the former Missoula prep-star was signed by the Seattle Storm of the WNBA. After the WNBA season ended, she spent 6 months playing professionally in Hungary. http://bit.ly/1pywmRE

What Does Russell Wilson's Divorce Mean for the Seahawks in 2014 - After the Seattle Seahawks announced a statement for their Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson that he was filing for divorce from his wife, only one question came to mind. What is going to happen to Danger-Russ on the field? http://bit.ly/1nu69lm

Police: Teen Hits Gas Pump, Person - An 18-year-old girl leads police on a chase near Laurel early Thursday morning along Highway 212. Laurel Police received a call around 4:25, reporting a red car hit a gas pump at Town Pump in Laurel. http://bit.ly/1lcsOQI

Two Found Dead in Vehicle Near Stewart Park - Billings Police say a maintenance worker discovered a car in the ditch near Stewart Park around 6:30 AM Friday morning. Fire and police responded and according to police at least one body was found in the vehicle. http://bit.ly/1fA1ab3

Fire & Explosion at Strip Mall in North Bend
- An explosion and fire has destroyed or damaged several businesses in North Bend Friday morning.  http://bit.ly/QLWCbt
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