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The Karachi man recruited employees of an AT&T call center to use their credentials to unlock phones.
The insect was spotted in the foothills near Sumas Mountain.
Meanwhile, farmers are spending thousands of dollars drilling deeper wells as aquifers dry up.
Boeing has sold 310 acres of undeveloped land next to its Frederickson manufacturing plant.
Proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test will be required to enter certain establishments.
The 2018 rule made it easier for nuclear reservation employees to qualify for compensation benefits.
The walkout for higher pay by carpenters in the state is the first in nearly 20 years.
There were 51 canceled sailings on the Anacortes/San Juan Islands route from Sept. 9 to Sept. 13.
Former President Trump lifted protections across most of the U.S. in his last days in office.
The governor and First Lady Trudi Inslee were reportedly not home at the time.
It’s one of the few times a federal agency has restricted fishing one species to benefit a predator.
August’s rate was the same as July’s rate, and increased even as COVID-19 cases surge.
The affected jobs are in the company’s global parts distribution unit.
Prosecutors say the 15-year-old SeaTac girl ran over a jogger in an attempt to “scare” and “bump” him.
Vessels are required to stay 300 yards away from the endangered Southern Resident killer whales.
Chris Sembroski is one of four aboard the SpaceX Inspiration4 orbital mission, scheduled for launch Wednesday.
Not everyone who applies for an exemption will be granted one.
T-Mobile Park has been selected to host Major League Baseball’s All-Star game in July 2023.
More than 90 workers filed the case in Walla Walla County, saying the mandate is unconstitutional.
The animals get the viruses after getting bitten by gnats that flourish in dried-up watering holes.