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Officials say a buildup of algae and failing equipment allowed silt and debris into the water supply.
Japan’s 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster was a primary reason the U.S. restarted the test reactor.
Utility companies said thousands of customers had lost power on the Olympic Peninsula.
The senior animal sciences major worked with cattle throughout his undergraduate studies.
A bus fell on the men when a jack gave out.
After closing the Alaskan Way Viaduct, there’s much to do before they can open the new tunnel.
More than 200,000 gallons spilled into Port Washington Narrows and Dyes Inlet.
Defense attorney contends the two were hauling immature hemp plants from Colorado to Oregon.
Arrested last month in Nevada on suspicion that he had obtained several lewd photos of a teen girl.
He had been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer in September.
He was a friend of the man who shot and killed four Lakewood police officers in 2009.
Money would go toward restoring salmon habitat, storm-water cleanup and quieting vessel traffic.
Jay Inslee’s budget office estimates about 42,000 households in Washington would be affected.
The young black bear was found after the 2014 Carlton Complex Fire, sent to rehab and released in 2015.
They’re down 28 percent. Mexico, the state’s biggest export market, imposed a 20 percent tariff.
The company will add 5,000 workers in Austin, Texas, and open offices in six other places.
Passengers’ reaction was of kindness because everyone on board “was happy to save a life.”
Mt. Baker Ski Resort and Stevens Pass northeast of Seattle opened for the season Wednesday.
Most adolescents don’t get the recommended 9 hours. One culprit: Light from devices they use at night.
The old seminary building in the park will be preserved and turned into a lodge, opening in 2020.