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Four of the five quakes were on Vancouver Island or at the northern end of Victoria Island.
A 19-year-old Bellevue freshman was found dead Nov. 12 after a fraternity party.
It happened after he complained about a parking enforcement officer who blocked a bike lane.
Some drivers might receive bills after the date by which the tabs should be affixed to license plates.
As many as 6,000 travelers were affected, with about 40 arriving airplanes delayed at Sea-Tac Airport.
The school faces a nearly $2 million budget shortfall.
Health officials are warning people to stay away from the area beaches and bodies of water.
A mudslide closed the tracks about 8 miles south of Tacoma.
Two officers had asked for urgent back up within a minute of arriving at a domestic violence call.
Affirmed a Thurston County Superior Court ruling that sided with a media coalition.
Ruled in the long-running case after hearing arguments from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
Blame the Olympic Mountains for Seattle’s tiny raindrops, and for our convergence zone storms.
A study examines the losses (electricity, irrigation) and gains (fish) of removing the structures.
If Matt Shea does not resign, it would take a two-thirds vote in the state House to expel him from office.
The state claims the company hid what it knew about the harmful effects of the PCBs it manufactured.
State Rep. Matt Shea, of Spokane, is under investigation for his ties to far-right extremist groups.
The state Supreme Court ruled in a case filed by news outlets including The Daily Herald.
Loud Growlers flown out of NAS Whidbey have long been a contentious issue for area communities.
The board points to Peter Rogoff’s regional relationships, timely communication and collaborative tone.
The Puget Sound region is one of the most hazardous — and unprepared — areas in the country for earthquakes.