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The lawsuit was withdrawn “with prejudice,” meaning it cannot be refiled.
The extra security comes in the wake of the insurgence at the U.S. Capitol last week.
He is believed to be in possession of a firearm and traveling with a small, white Blue Heeler-type dog.
The native bird sparked a decades-long battle over logging across Washington, Oregon and California.
The predator is revered by wildlife watchers but feared by many livestock producers.
Birds from the U.S. are considered a risk that could compromise food security and wild bird populations.
A right-wing militia had encouraged its members to occupy the Capitol before calling it off.
The WSDOT plans to do avalanche control over Stevens Pass early Tuesday and maybe Wednesday morning.
Rescuers confirmed that the pilot and passenger on the twin-engine Cessna Citation C560 were killed.
Some opposed vaccines and building’s closure to the public; others supported President Donald Trump.
A Capitol Police officer said the 51-year-old man repeatedly punched an officer.
Okanogan County Sheriff Tony Hawley said two passengers on the aircraft were unhurt.
With a virtual 2021 session, a phone call or email will be your primary means of reaching them.
More than 1 million statewide are included in Phase 1B, which could start in a few weeks.
State lawmakers will work remotely as they tackle COVID-19, economic recovery, police reform and more.
They city’s interim police chief said he would immediately terminate any involved in the insurrection.
Murray, Jayapal, Larsen and DelBene want the president removed to prevent him from inciting more harm.
Alaska Airlines said they were rowdy, argumentative and refused to wear masks.
Closing arguments got under way Thursday in trial to decide if Eyman broke campaign finance laws
Leaders from both sides said the state constitution requires it and that they wouldn’t be intimidated.