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They would include reducing the police force by as many as 100 officers and cutting salaries.
The small businesses on wheels are gathering where most people now work and spend their time — home.
The program sets the weekly federal benefit here to $300 a week, down from $600 in an earlier program.
The officer fatally shot a man in 2019 while attempting to arrest him for disorderly conduct.
They left 1,100 feet of pipe, 6,500 gallons of drilling fluid, a drill tip and more under the seabed.
The area has been used as a meeting place for families and friends during the coronavirus pandemic.
He also served in the Legislature, as state attorney general and on the 9/11 Commission.
Many new cases are appearing at farms and food-packing facilities.
There are multiple blazes — in Central and Eastern Washington as well as the Olympic Peninsula.
The property rights advocate signed an order that made his own position the default leadership post.
One demanded $65,400 to redact public records associated with a decision to close the archives branch.
The employee, whose name was not released, was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence assault.
The women were attempting to complete the Enchantment Loop Trail on Saturday.
Republicans want to tackle a deficit. Gov. Jay Inslee and other Dems are waiting to see what Congress does.
Dentists say the coronavirus shows the importance of science-based public health measures.
The Columbia River Gorge Commission is nearing decisions on the complicated, diverse, vast landscape.
The county’s health officer said it’s inevitable that some students will become infected with COVID-19.
Approved applicants will receive $1,000. But payments may not be available until October.
Demonstrations have happened nightly in Oregon’s biggest city for more than two months.
The shooting likely left a 15-year-old boy paralyzed with possible neurological deficits.