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Wash. lawmakers moving slowly toward deadline

Washington lawmakers plan to argue right up until a Sept. 17 deadline about what they should tell the Supreme Court about how they'll fix the way the state pays for K-12 education. Full story

Zagg slides 18 percent after founder CEO sells shares, quits

(Reuters) - Shares of Zagg Inc <ZAGG.O> plunged 18 percent on Monday, as its CEO and co-founder, Robert Pedersen, quit three days after he sold nearly 14 percent of his stake in the mobile accessories maker to meet margin calls. Full story

Supremacist couple face racketeering charges in U.S. Northwest killing spree

PORTLAND, Oregon (Reuters) - A white supremacist couple accused of killing four people in a violent road trip across the Pacific Northwest have been indicted on racketeering charges and other federal offenses that carry a maximum sentence of the death penalty. Full story

Couple arraigned in Northwest crime spree

A couple accused in a deadly crime spree through the Northwest pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two counts of aggravated murder. Full story

Chilling details surface in crime case

Authorities have recovered bloody clothing, a knife and stolen credit cards that they believe were in the possession of a couple accused of going on a deadly crime spree across the Pacific Northwest, according to an affidavit. Full story

Toll in Pacific Coast killing spree reaches 4

An Oregon man and his girlfriend have admitted to killing the man's father and stepmother in a 5-day crime spree that authorities said ultimately left four dead across the Pacific Northwest. Full story

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