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Arsenic, lead and other toxic metals flow into lakes and streams without being treated.
The lead man at a dairy farm, his brother and father are accused of stealing at least 178 cattle.
The federal government wants to end the law that removes the burden of proof from workers.
An estimated 1,500 collections were lost over the course of three days because snow.
A man in his late 60s asked a neighbor to stop using his snowblower to throw snow on his property.
He was driving east in the westbound lanes in Redmond, the Washington State Patrol said.
The company uses ozone-depleting coolants in refrigerators. Trident allowed leaks to persist for years.
Backers say too many wolves are harming ranching and farming families by killing livestock.
Provoking both concerns over costs and criticisms that it doesn’t go far enough.
The camp is now the Minidoka National Historic Site managed by the National Park Service.
Sen. Guy Palumbo, D-Maltby, was the prime sponsor of the Washington Promise legislation.
Just before 4 a.m. Monday, a 911 call was made to report the crash near West Lake Sammamish Parkway.
The fire started at Hohl Pet & Garden on Monday. Some birds and a python are still missing.
Of the 61 cases confirmed in Clark County, 54 were not immunized against measles.
The legislation worries many of the state’s farmers and ranchers about higher fuel and energy prices.
A 21-year-old is under arrest after the shooting in Thurston County wounded a woman and a toddler.
More than doubles the number of oil trains along the Columbia and Willamette rivers.
Pled guilty to four misdemeanor counts of third-degree sexual abuse with an underage student.
Fire was so intense when firefighters arrived, they couldn’t enter the house.
Lawsuit alleges the drive-thru wildlife exhibit doesn’t properly care for its animals.