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The rule would have opened millions of acres in Oregon, Washington and California to potential logging.
The governor, who is in Scotland for an international climate conference, set an aggressive timeline.
Ports are once again allowing crossings for tourism, shopping or visiting family and friends.
Insurers for several current and former Boeing board members will pay millions to settle the lawsuit.
Insurers for several current and former Boeing board members will pay more than $230 million to settle a lawsuit that… Continue reading
Rather than pay detainees minimum wage, a Tacoma immigration detention center suspended the program.
He will be the city’s first Asian American and second Black mayor.
The workers say they are living in squalid conditions and are being cheated by their bosses.
A similar event scheduled for Halloween in Seattle was canceled after a report by KING-TV.
Seattle’s vaccine mandate has exacerbated staffing shortages in major departments.
They’ll be placed in long-term storage to allow radiation inside to dissipate over a period of decades.
Moderate candidates took commanding leads in the races for mayor, city attorney and a key council race.
Voters in Harney County approved a measure to begin official meetings about moving into the Gem State.
Positions include fire, recreation, timber, natural resources, engineering, visitor services and archaeology.
Private prison GEO is accused it of running its immigration lockup in Tacoma on the backs of detainees.
“You can’t have an economy ultimately where just nobody pays rent,” he said.
The effects are felt in Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds and beyond as providers and clients struggle to make ends meet.
Portland is at its lowest level of being a likely destination for delegates to attend conferences.
The move is in response to Republican-backed state laws that make it easier to kill the predators.
The former Snohomish County Health District deputy director allegedly used foul language and belittled others.
The scenic road is expexted to close Nov. 15, or sooner if there is significant snow or ice.