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About 900 California sea lions and 250 Steller sea lions could be killed each year.
How one Seattle man chose to die — and did, surrounded by friends.
As expected, a lawsuit is planned to challenge Jay Inslee’s one-sentence vetoes.
She’s also accused of targeting a state agency, a university and a telecommunications conglomerate.
A new order allows any person or organization in the state to purchase naloxone from a pharmacy.
This is what the state believes would happen in the moments after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake.
WDFW is planning for when wolves are no longer a protected species, and public input is necessary.
One issue the board could rethink is whether to abandon the state’s seed-to-sale tracking program.
Five buildings will come down as the company consolidates while keeping its presence in the town.
Al Haynes died Sunday at age 87 in a Seattle-area hospital.
Skagit County Public Health urges caution against contact with the water.
Tolls of a $1.50 will be charged at morning peak times while it will cost $1 on weekends.
The Trump administration wants to alter a federal agreement that limits how long children can be detained.
Classified employees, including paraeducators and instructional assistants, would get 12.1%.
The laws allow the court-ordered removal of guns from people who are considered to be dangerous.
The decision about the Holy Rosary Catholic Church was announced during Saturday evening Mass.
Could provide a baseline for predicting future changes.
It was previously scheduled for the WaMu Theater, but it was changed to accommodate more people.
The original design was deemed too expensive because of a federal cap on the passenger facility charge.
Detainees perform kitchen, laundry and janitorial tasks at the privately run center in Tacoma.