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It took 10 days to get him to the hospital, his lawyer said, and now he has permanent nerve damage.
Could help explain whether internal factors are preventing the whales from rebounding.
He is accused of touching her chest and thigh without her consent and exposing himself.
Vinton Studios was best known for the 1986 ad campaign featuring dancing Claymation raisins.
The man later died.
Opponents say forcing gun owners to lock away their firearms could put them in danger.
In video interviews, the Herald opinion editor questions proponents and opponents.
In June, volunteers found one green crab on Whidbey Island’s Lagoon Point.
A woman suing a Gig Harbor doctor says insurance compensation drove his decision to treat her.
Washington state does not assign legal counsel automatically to children in dependency cases.
Demonstrators rallied at Westlake Center then marched to the federal building.
A Napa Valley winery had canceled contracts to buy 2,000 tons of grapes.
She and her spouse both pleaded guilty to one count each for manslaughter and assault in 2015.
The woman, in her 40s, had failed to show up for work the day before.
Michael Nastiuk, 57, died of asphyxia by accidental drowning in Colorado.
The three victims of the Arizona murder were from Wenatchee, Bingen.
Gov. Jay Inslee blasted the decision as a “reckless disregard for the life and property.”
The Health Department said nine individuals may be charged with unprofessional conduct.
In 2007, a 14-year-old Seattle girl was held for two days by a man who beat her and raped her.
The state was awarded a $3 million federal grant last year to begin the testing.