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The animals get the viruses after getting bitten by gnats that flourish in dried-up watering holes.
A third nest has been located nearby and planning is underway to eradicate it.
A Western State Hospital staffer was injured before the escapee was found at a school library.
The 10 claimants said they were sexually abused at a juvenile rehabilitation facility in the ’70s.
A fight over COVID-19 vaccinations ended with minor injuries, hurt feelings and one man in jail.
The girl turned herself in to King County Sheriff’s detectives on Thursday and remains in detention.
Protesters returned to the grounds of a Vancouver high school on Friday despite a court order.
Another nest of Asian Giant Hornets, the second of 2021, has been found in northern Whatcom County.
The federal COVID-19 recovery funds will go to theaters, music venues, clubs and other spaces.
The woman claims deputies decades ago left her at a business where she was forced into prostitution.
She and another defendant who pleaded guilty are each facing up to 20 years in prison.
The long-running dispute is over a proposed copper-and-gold mine in the Bristol Bay region.
Deputies recovered a Toyota Camry she allegedly drove when the victim, who was jogging, was killed.
Cases have skyrocketed in the state, which has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the U.S.
The Seattle-Bremerton route will have one boat out of service through at least mid-October.
The 14-year-old was on a family camping trip when he was found near the Money Creek Campground.
An agreement between the state and their union also provides for some leeway in meeting the deadline.
UW and WSU also join the Seattle professional teams and announce updated attendance guidelines.
State laws passed earlier this spring require police to have probable cause to engage in a pursuit.
The verification system could go into effect next month at places like clubs, theaters and stadiums.