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Alaska’s Michael Dunleavy vetoed $130 million for the University of Alaska system, a nearly 41% decline.
A report lists more than two dozen violations of federal regulations and hospital policy.
When a new facility opens, the airport will have twice as many international arrival gates.
Police said they received reports that he was threatening people.
Had pleaded guilty in May to controlled substance homicide.
Carrie Parsons was one of 58 people who died when a gunman opened fire on a crowd in 2017.
415 King County residents died from drug or alcohol use in 2018 — up from 379 in 2017.
Authorities did not provide the name of the woman, who is in her 50s.
Got a robot? Do you vape? Are you riding the ferry?
The Washington Patrol says all northbound lanes could be closed through Thursday morning.
Aspergillus mold has forced the medical center to close all of its main operating rooms.
Included in the assessment were school buildings in Darrington, Marysville and South Whidbey.
St. Paul Island is a known breeding habitat for millions of seabirds, including rare migratory species.
At least 4 cases of aircraft being hit by laser strikes in the Pacific Northwest have gone unsolved.
The former Super Bowl MVP, now 56, has said he believes he has chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Wanted on suspicion of assault and robbery for actions during the June 29 rallies.
Water tests Monday showed that the water is once again safe for contact.
Follows a nine-day Republican walkout that derailed landmark climate legislation.
All burning permits also are suspended until further notice.
A new study predicts demand for airline service in the Puget Sound region will double by 2050.