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The city of Seattle has paid nearly $160,000 to settle a federal civil-rights lawsuit. The case involved a veteran police officer… Continue reading
The Oregonian/OregonLive found that 25 percent more foster children are housed in institutions.
The EA-18G “Growler” fighter landed Thursday morning after a crew member complained of a lack of oxygen.
Snow-capped Glacier Peak is classified by the U.S. Geological Survey as a “very high threat.”
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants them under authority of state wildlife agencies.
Migrating birds ate 10 acres of purple sprouting broccoli, Italian cauliflower and kale.
Some tie the incidents to the growing diversity in communities east of Lake Washington.
The agreement is meant to mitigate the impacts of 36 additional EA-18G Growler jets on the island.
Most of the $30 billion DOE budget goes to contractors, most of which spend money on subcontracts.
Once the first man went in, the second jumped in and attempted to rescue the first.
AG Bob Ferguson is suing McKesson Corp., Cardinal Health Inc. and AmerisourceBergen Drug Corp.
The workers don’t want the Hololens technology used to assist soldiers in live-combat operations.
Seattle Department of Transportation recorded 14 deaths last year, down from 19 deaths in 2017.
Charged with one count of first-degree robbery following the accident at Naval Base Kisap-Bangor.
The fire was put out quickly, but firefighters discovered the body of a person inside.
The bill passed on a 29-19 vote and now heads to the House for consideration.
She believed he was unfaithful and spent too much time playing video games
Ex-Cowlitz County District Court Judge David Koss went for a jog Saturday and never came home.
Plans to meet Wednesday to explain the study, called an environmental impact statement.
The measure passed on a bipartisan 81-17 vote and now heads to the Senate for consideration.