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A passenger helped subdue the man, who demanded to speak to the captain and claimed he had a bomb.
Three weeks ago, Tahlequah, who in 2018 carried her dead calf for 17 days, gave birth to a male calf.
Officials said they haven’t seen any attempts to exploit the state’s election infrastructure.
Thirteen people were arrested, and a cop is on paid leave after running over a protester with his bike.
The Hood Canal man pleaded guilty for his role in the 2018 Maple Fire on the Olympic Peninsula.
“Divestment from a broken policing model … is the needed course of action,” the council president says.
“He was just in a really bad spot. He shouldn’t have been out there.”
A lawsuit said Bechtel Corp. and Aecom knowingly billed the DOE for time when workers had no work.
In Oregon, schools can be forced to drop Native American mascots unless local tribes approve them.
Risks could include exposure to chemical wastes. Contractors have taken steps to correct deficiencies.
Investigators had wanted the photos to help them solve arson and theft cases.
A GoFundMe has raised $318,372 for the family as of Monday evening. About 4,500 people have donated.
The officer, who lives in Monroe, also serves as a commissioner for Snohomish County Fire District 7.
Lynn Shelton, who died in May, was nominated for directing and producing Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere.”
Some have urged Secretary of State Kim Wyman to accept them, given concerns about COVID-19.
The driver earned praise for his actions from the West Thurston Fire Authority’s captain.
Police said 11 people were arrested Friday night.
In Yakima, he issued a nationwide injunction sought by 14 states that sued the Trump administration.
Is it climate change? Or a lack of aggressive forest management?
He used a plastic chair to shield himself from the fire.