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SEATTLE (AP) - Gun dealers and shooting ranges in King County in western Washington will have to post warning signs about the danger of firearms. The Seattle Times reports that the King County Board of Health voted unanimously Thursday to approve the regulation that will take effect next month.

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - A fake video of former President Barack Obama sent out in a tweet by Washington State University's head football coach cost the school about $1.6 million in lost donations. Phil Weiler, the school's vice president for marketing and communications, says donors altered future estate gifts after coach Mike Leach tweeted and then defended the fake video in June.

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - A 32-year-old man who killed an 18-year-old bicyclist in a hit-and-run crash in western Washington has been sentenced to eight years and five months in prison. Bradley Aaron Shepard received the sentence Friday in Pierce County Court after previously pleading guilty to vehicular homicide.

MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) - A public library's decision to auction off Indian artifacts it received in 1880 is drawing protest from Native American groups. Officials with the Medford Public Library in Massachusetts plan to sell off a collection of 19th century Pacific Northwest Indian artifacts that they described in a public notice as "surplus goods." The Boston Herald reports the auction is scheduled Dec. 1 in Boston. The library's director declined to comment on the auction.

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