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The victim had tried to prevent the suspect from stealing his truck, officers said.
Someone stole an agricultural loader and plowed it through the front of FREDS Guns.
The far-right group is known for engaging in armed, violent clashes with counterprotesters.
The 9-year-old child was found “curled up in the fetal position,” records show.
The measure would only take effect if Congress allows states to observe daylight saving time year-round.
The 77-page complaint details stories of foster children being neglected or harmed while under DHS care.
Bus lane cheaters and intersection blockers would be the main targets of the bill.
The company’s worldwide operations team will make the move by 2023.
“This is the earliest opening since 2015.”
Lawmakers removed residency and economic requirements from the state’s wrongful-death law.
He was a longtime Snohomish County resident who died Feb. 27 in Bothell.
Justin DeRosier, 29, died while responding to a report of a disabled vehicle.
Kat Hammontre, 68, went missing during a hike. She has lived in San Felipe for about 20 years.
The state party is asking residents to sign a public petition to the Democratic National Committee.
Librarians with seniority could be offered classroom jobs. Newer hires could simply be laid off.
New Washington state law will take effect Jan. 1.
Gov. Jay Inslee has issued a drought emergency for the upper Yakima River basin.
Burlington officer tried to take a woman into custody and she drove away.
Poles fell April 5 along East Marginal Way in Tukwila.
The utility district submitted a bid to Microsoft as a way to break into the wind and solar market.