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Cooke Aquaculture’s license to operate its net-pen farms was terminated after a collapse last August.
Eliza Dawson and her teammates plan to row across parts of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Keegan Dittmer said his days of being bullied are over because he now carries himself with confidence.
Sarah and Jennifer Hart and their 6 children were believed to be in the SUV when it went off a cliff.
“I look at him right up there with Mark Twain,” a friend and performer of his plays said.
The family claims race had to do with the shooting of the unarmed 37-year-old Native-American man.
Enrique Lamere was sentenced to 19 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
The president signed an executive order Thursday after weeks of railing on Amazon’s use of the service.
Vance Day was suspended after allegations that he refused to marry gay couples and broke gun laws.
It’s the first exercise in moving multiple patients with highly infectious diseases around the U.S.
The veterinarian who treated the dog said her clinic sees several of these cases every month.
She said the vitriol directed at her was so extreme that she avoided the media for eight months.
The tariffs are a response to a complaint from a hedge fund-owned paper producer in Longview, WA.
A rise in ocean temperatures off the NW coast in 2015 and 2016 cut the chinook’s prime food supplies.
The paper exposed widespread concerns about the doctor’s practices and the state suspended his license.
Josafat Gutierrez had relationships with at least three women. One was mistakenly released from jail.
Police hope it breaks open the cold case of a Canadian couple whose bodies were found in Washington.
The case involves up to 18 packages that were sent to various government facilities, the FBI says.
Currently, reports about harassment are not released by the Legislature.
The island marble butterfly has been declining since it was rediscovered in 1998.