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Under a new order, landlords can only evict tenants who refuse to seek help through a relief program.
The discovery that follows last month’s report of 215 bodies found at another school.
The bills may help tenants stay in their homes, but may cause small landlords to quit the rental market.
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene is pushing both U.S. and Canadian officials to safely reopen the border.
Cattle ranchers fear the drought-loving insects will strip bare public and private rangelands.
“One of the things that the pandemic did was really alter patterns of consumption.”
A university spokesperson said they were stunned by the allegations and have no record of the complaints.
The billionaire, 90, has also begun stepping away from his leadership role at Berkshire Hathaway.
The distinction determines whether a medical school’s program meets established standards.
Lack of affordable housing squeezed buyers and drove up home prices across Snohomish County.
As the hazardous haze increases during fire seasons, it’s time to get serious and prepare, experts say.
It also became a federal holiday when President Biden signed it into law this week.
Meanwhile, Washington is trying to close the Tacoma detention center entirely.
Alex Harvill crashed while trying to jump the length of a football field during an air show.
A group had alleged that Inslee’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic interfered with their rights.
Gov. Inslee said there were concerns they would be left out of a previously announced lottery.
The move to disband came a day after a team member was indicted in an assault case from last summer.
It could be from a previous season, scientists say, because males don’t typically emerge this early.
To outsiders, the Rose City’s reputation has gone from quirky “Portlandia” to violent dystopia.
Private sector employment increased by 7,000 jobs and government employment increased by 1,300 jobs.