BURLINGTON, WASHINGTON - The Latest on a fatal shooting at a mall in Washington state:
A gunman who fatally shot five people at a Washington state mall remained at large as authorities said the motive for the slaying was unknown but there was no indication the shootings were a terrorist act.
Four females and one male were slain at Cascade Mall on Friday evening in Burlington, Washington.
At a news conference Saturday morning, Mount Vernon Police Lt. Chris Cammock said the female victims' ages ranged from teens to seniors. There was no information on the age of the male victim. No identifications have been released. Authorities did not know the name of the suspect - described as a young Hispanic male - and appealed to the community for help.
Michael Knutson, assistant special agent in charge of the Seattle FBI, said at the news conference there was no evidence to point to terrorism.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sixteen million Americans served during World War II. Only about 700,000 are still alive today. But 13 World War II veterans from northcentral Wisconsin traveled to Washington, D.C., on the Never Forgotten Honor Flight last week.
Ogema's Ed Blomberg is no stranger to the spotlight, and he's got a laugh you could recognize from a mile away. But last week, Ed got to take a back seat and enjoy the sights of our nation's capitol.
"It was beyond my wildest dreams. I never could have imagined something like this," Ed said.
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