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Officials said it was necessary to address a $500 million financial impact from COVID-19.
Only cremated remains have been approved for repatriation.
At community colleges, many hands-on vocational programs were canceled.
Kitoko was bitten on the head, likely by accident when another gorilla tried to bite his mothera.
Symptoms include fever, rash, conjunctivitis, and swollen hands, feet, lymph nodes and lips.
Twenty-five motorcyclists have died so far this year throughout Washington state.
AG Ferguson says over 85,000 students who desperately need financial assistance have been excluded.
Washington state has been reported as the top target of a Nigerian fraud ring.
Some want a special legislative session, saying “it is time for the legislative branch to intervene.”
People notified of their potential exposure will not be told the name of the infected person.
Organizers of the longtime annual festival in Seattle announced its major events will not happen.
The warmer water can cause fish to stop their migrations and swim around aimlessly, as though lost.
“It is my constitutional right to be open,” says a co-owner of PA Fitness. He plans to countersue.
If all 10 are approved, they will join 10 others already approved to reopen more quickly.
He is expected to talk about county variances and small-business grants.
Meanwhile, a new report reveals initial $428M hit to tax collections for the state budget
CEO Dr. Paul Ramsey last week announced an unprecedented $500 million budget shortfall.
He will talk about plans to reopen the state’s health care system.
But several agencies were presenting talks and experiences online.
Agency adds eight more deaths and listed the total number of confirmed cases at 18,288.