Oregon’s top prosecutor convenes marijuana summit

Oregon has a “formidable” problem that is attracting cartels and criminal networks.

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Group submits endangered-orcas proposals, including tour ban

Disturbances and noise from boats can interfere with the whales’ ability to find food or communicate.

Port Angeles pot producer accused of selling on black market

The WSLCB issued two emergency marijuana license suspensions for North Coast Concentrates.

WSU football coach’s tweet cost $1.6 million in lost donations

The tweet of an edited video made it appear former President Obama made statements he had not made.

At least 2 sea lions found shot near Seattle

Nearly a half-dozen dead sea lions have washed ashore in west Seattle over the last six weeks.

House passes bill to drop legal protections for gray wolves

Many slammed the bill as a last-ditch effort by Republicans to push a pro-rancher agenda.

NRA sues to block voter-approved gun control measure

The federal lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of Initiative 1639, which passed overwhelmingly.

Sound Transit Link light rail ridership up 6.9 percent in third quarter

On an average weekday, more than 81,000 people ride Link, up from 74,900 last year.

Republic wants to be a ‘sanctuary city’ for gun owners

The police chief says he won’t allow his department to enforce the regulations passed under I-1639.

Washington’s geography helps stave off wildfire destruction

Ellensburg and Selah top a list of communities most at risk for wildfire devastation in the state.

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