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Appointment flap is latest dispute in protracted rift between Senate Republicans and Lt. Gov. Habib.
Company refurbishes used industrial and commercial barrels and drums.
Unsurprisingly, Washington’s seven Democrats are in favor and three Republicans are opposed.
The current system has brought in less money in recent years due to electric and fuel-efficient cars.
A judge granted an “extreme risk” protection order against Kaleb Cole, whose whereabouts are unknown.
She recalled so many kicks and punches from the student that she couldn’t count them all.
Research from academics, government and industry helped produce a National Seismic Hazard Model.
The project would extend the light rail from Angle Lake south to the city of Federal Way.
The lawsuit contends the practice is unconstitutional and deters crime victims from testifying.
Idaho and Wyoming back the Trump administration plan that eases restrictions on energy companies.
Tribe will receive $6 million a year for 10 years, and $8 million a year after that.
The lawsuit contends that ICE agents patrolling the courthouse deter crime victims from testifying.
Police: “The male driver was the getaway driver for the female that was shoplifting inside the Ross.”
The suspect claimed she embezzled at the insistence of the housing authority’s executive director.
The so-called Mosquito device emits a high-frequency noise audible to people between 13 and 25 years old.
A request for outside counsel Eyman says would act as “adult supervision” over the AG was rejected.
People don’t read printed material anymore, the owner said.
The measures would let people keep the high-capacity magazines and assault weapons they already own.
Transportation officials closed state Route 20 or North Cascades Highway for the season Wednesday.
130 trees stand in the way of the project.