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More power outages are reported to be possible through Monday.
Tana Lin is the president of the board of the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington.
The Brady Lists could shine a light on troubled officers, but many police unions work to hide them.
Lawmakers and legislative employees at the Washington state House must be fully vaccinated to enter.
The two candidates running to be Seattle’s city attorney have politically challenging backgrounds.
Employers added 17,600 jobs last month, a 7.3% increase over August.
Unlike previous years, more bystanders are being caught in the crossfire.
Jackson and Josephine counties are considered the northern extension of the fabled Emerald Triangle.
Rest areas closed in both directions at Smokey Point and at Custer, north of Bellingham.
Despite a slight lull in August and September, it continues to be a seller’s market on Whidbey.
Starting Monday, Seattle Public Schools is suspending 142 school bus routes due to a driver shortage.
He’s accused of giving the FAA false information about systems that played a role in two deadly crashes.
Gov. Jay Inslee announced the new order, which goes into effect Nov. 15.
Detectives and non-patrol officers are responding to calls because of a shortage of patrol officers.
The downturn comes weeks after the state passed a peak of infection driven by the delta variant.
Scientists have been monitoring the Rattlesnake Ridge slide near Union Gap since 2017.
A science/engineering professor is accused of submitting false documentation about research work.
The move ends a 19-month freeze due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 20-year-old man’s heart beat inside Bobby Nakihei, 62, of Bobby’s Hawaiian Restaurant in Lynnwood.
Boeing last month maintained its steady trickle of sales as it navigates the aviation downturn.