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Officials at the airport in the city of Utqiagvik, formerly Barrow, can have their hands full.
Ratepayers say city spent money on initiatives not related to providing water and sewer services.
Boise’s city attorney denied the application on the basis that cannabidiol is illegal the state.
Lawsuits filed earlier this month in Pierce County Superior Court seek unspecified damages.
The officers were responding to a possible violation of a domestic-violence protective order.
State agencies will work with Cooke Aquaculture Pacific on the shutdown of the Port Angeles farm.
The Grandview on the Lake had to be evacuated when a fire ignited between two floors.
The mighty river starts in British Columbia and flows more than 1,200 miles to the Pacific Ocean.
Three firms are involved in the experiment that lets people unlock and rent bikes with a phone app.
A deputy mistakenly recorded audio, as well as video — which would have required the suspects’ consent.
The lawsuit stems from a 2007 investigation into bomb threats emailed to a high school in Lacey.
The Kiwanis Vocational Home was a state-licensed home for wards of the state that closed in 1994.
The case against Sheley Secrest involves the city’s taxpayer-funded “democracy-voucher” program.
He backed his truck into his wife during an argument in March.
His budget would use reserves to boost education, then replenish them with a carbon tax or fee.
Manweller has been the subject of new reports of sexual harassment. He denies everything.
A study said proposed bulk terminals could create up to 1,379 more one-way trips, mostly by tankers.
The proposal also includes money for the mental health system and efforts to fight opioid addiction.
The state attorney general says the FCC’s action undermines a free and open internet.
One of the people who pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton but didn’t lives near Everett.