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The club’s president is soliciting $2,500 on GoFundMe.com to pay it.
A 10-second video clip of the Aug. 7 incident, captured by a cellphone, went viral online.
Detectives worked with the Japanese National Police and the U.S. Marshals Service to find her.
Project should result in improved conditions for aquatic wildlife.
The university says it will conduct a nationwide search to replace Daniel Bernardo.
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Plans to remove wolves in 48 states from the Endangered Species Act are being resisted by Patty Murray.
Knew giving the money to the Sumner Food Bank would benefit more people than just himself.
Clerk found there were enough valid signatures for a petition challenging Richland’s pot moratorium.
At least two shots were fired in and outside the Navigation Center.
A similar effort to legalize in California failed recently.
State Sen. Joe Fain, who lost bid for re-election, has denied allegation.
Incident in 2014 raises concerns about police accountability.
Affected positions are related to decision to outsource printing and ad-inserting to other printers.
Patients, their families and health care workers are fearful on a daily basis, an investigation found.
The city council hopes to adopt the area’s master blueprint for job creation. The hearing is at 7 p.m.
The law requires federal agencies to consider the effects a project may have on historic properties.
A former employee of the 5th Avenue Theater posted threatening language on social media, police said.
Findings indicate Seattle would lose all water pressure within 24 hours of a catastrophic quake.
Overcoming regulatory hurdles and safety issues appears to be a challenge.