Crude oil in Washington topples 1 million barrels per week

The state now requires facilities that receive crude oil by rail to notify officials in advance.

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Oil, gas drilling in pristine Alaska refuge takes step ahead

Friday starts a 60-day review to sell leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Court: Teacher wasn’t required to report own children’s abuse

She didn’t immediately inform authorities that her daughters told her their stepfather molested them.

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen locates USS Helena wreck

More than 730 of the Helena’s crew of 900 survived the July 1943 sinking in the South Pacific.

Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for afternoon bias training

The announcement comes after the arrests of 2 black men at a Philadelphia store sparked protests.

Officials considering low tolls in Seattle Highway 99 tunnel

Rates might range from $1 to $2.25, depending on the day and time.

Justices skeptical of Washington state over salmon habitat

The tribes say they have been deprived of fishing rights guaranteed by treaty.

Iraqi boy back in Oregon for long-awaited medical treatment

Teen was 2 when he was badly injured in a 2004 U.S. missile strike near Fallujah, Iraq.

Marijuana supporters, critics across the US weigh in on 420

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Army considers 15 cities for home of new Futures Command

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