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In the winter of 2016, about 60 elk were killed when they were struck by vehicles.
Also, the minimum wage rises to $11.50 per hour, up 50 cents.
Whale-watching continues to grow even with requirements that vessels to stay 200 yards from the orcas.
US HealthVest and Providence St. Peter Hospital will operate mental health hospitals in the city.
Weather forecasters say up to 3 inches of snow could arrive by Christmas morning in the region.
The Port and Walla Walla Regional Airport support move to relocate the World War I-era French relic.
A vehicle accidentally was left running Sunday morning in a garage of an attached townhome.
Washington news outlets have sued the Legislature, which has granted itself disclosure immunity.
Greater Spokane Incorporated and Spokane International Airport say they are forming a task force.
A jury in Pennington County, South Dakota, found Donald Willingham guilty on Thursday.
The engineer did not appear to be using an electronic device and did not apply emergency braking.
Passenger trains will use an older line along the coast until positive train control is ready.
The company also committed to make Positive Train Control (PTC) operational before Dec. 31, 2018.
His father was driving westbound on Highway 101 when he crossed the highway and hit a pole.
A Somali man in Washington state says the prohibition on families violates immigration law.
The lawsuit comes a week after the company pre-emptively filed its own suit against AG Ferguson.
At least 2 vehicles may have been driven home by workers demolishing the Plutonium Finishing Plant.
He was a teacher at Clover Park Technical College; she was assistant principal at a Belfair school.
Troy Kelley’s conviction involves crimes committed when he ran a real-estate escrow company.
Authorities on Wednesday reopened two southbound lanes of I-5.