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February 4, 2012 at 10:03 AM

Morning Memo/Saturday: Sunny and warm … Boeing worker injured … hazing at WSU

Weather: Sunny, glorious, in the low 50s today and high 40s Sunday. Get outside! If you insist on knowing more, here are the details.

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Boeing is not saying much about a worker who was seriously injured Friday evening after being run over by a 787 Dreamliner at Everett’s Paine Field.

A Washington State University sorority has been found guilty of hazing and underage drinking, and is no longer recognized by the school.

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