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November 7, 2014 at 3:01 PM

Round-up: Class-size initiative takes narrow lead, man charged in UW threats case

Center School principal found not at fault in explosive incident: The principal of a small public Seattle high school is back on the job after being put on administrative leave while district officials investigated her actions during a recent safety incident. A 15-year-old student who allegedly brought a Molotov cocktail to class on Oct. 27 has pleaded guilty to possession of an incendiary device.

Class-size initiative takes narrow lead: Initiative 1351 is now leading by 4,660 votes out of 1.62 million that have been counted. State officials say they have 337,703 ballots in hand that still need to be tallied.

Man accused of threatening UW charged with harassment: Police say Derek Grube, 32, posted a message on Craigslist threatening to shoot UW students over their disruptive library behavior.

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