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SEATTLE (AP) - Officials say over 54,000 customers were without power as a wind and rain storm blew through Western Washington. The National Weather Service in Seattle on Wednesday issued high wind warnings on the coast and north of Seattle from Everett to Bellingham while wind advisories were issued from Seattle to south of Centralia.

LYNNWOOD, Wash. (AP) - A 19-year-old man accused of drowning a 6-year-old Lynnwood boy in a bathtub and putting his body in a dumpster has had bail set at $1 million. News outlets report 19-year-old Andrew Clayton Henckel from Kerrville, Texas, appeared in court north of Seattle Wednesday. Authorities say the body of Henckel's nephew, Dayvid Pakko, was found Tuesday after an overnight search. .

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Washington is among 17 states that have been granted a yearlong extension from the enforcement of federal requirements for state driver's licenses and ID cards. The news comes a few weeks after the state was initially notified that it was under a grace period through Jan. 22 as the federal government continued its review of states' progress. Now the state has an extension through Oct. 10, 2018.

BINGEN, Wash. (AP) - Huge flames consumed part of a fruit processing plant in the Columbia Gorge community of Bingen, Washington. KING-TV reports the fire started at 5:45 a.m. Wednesday at the Underwood Fruit and Warehouse Company plant. It caused power outages in Bingen.

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