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With the state officially returning to near normalcy, we’re going to dial back coverage of pandemic data.
It is certain to face a legal challenge from opponents who say the measure violates the state constitution.
The company, which recently sold its holdings, has agreed to pay $900,000 to the state and customers.
Gov. Jay Inslee ordered the two-week ban, with some exceptions.The Tulalip Tribes will close casinos.
The deceased suspect is thought to have shot at the victims while they were in a car with three children.
Thousands of people felt them. They were magnitude 4.6 and 3.5 and hit minutes apart.
Here’s what the governor, a longshot presidential candidate, said in Miami Wednesday night.
The company cited a “foreign-object debris” issue. Deliveries to the Air Force began in January.
Surveillance video shows him rolling the chair out the door. He says he can explain.
The week begins with Sunday and Monday storms, and moderate cold is expected to persist for days.
What’s coming is “a veritable snow machine,” says UW atmospheric scientist Cliff Mass.
These maps clearly show the political center of gravity — and why Washington is a very blue state.
Schedules can change, but here are the planned airline departure and arrival times for Everett.
McGee Air Services, an Alaska Air subsidiary, will handle baggage and do other work for three airlines.
The Weather Service says a wind shift will bring wildfire smoke from British Columbia starting Sunday.
Drivers here spent 28 percent of peak commuting time stuck in traffic in 2017.
Although the service that manages reader comments has changed, our standards of civility have not.