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People being held at the detention center in Tacoma currently earn $1 a day for cooking and cleaning.
For now, though, a truce in the Boeing-Airbus dispute goes a long way toward repairing a huge relationship.
Fears that the COVID-19 shot causes infertility are running rampant, they say.
Residents reported more than 50 dead deer to state and local wildlife officials since early May.
The deadly blaze took place in the city’s Mount Baker neighborhood.
The cause of the blaze near Yakima hasn’t been determined and whether it was connected to the trial wasn’t clear.
If agreement isn’t reached, an arbitrator will review each sides’ “last best offer” and pick one.
Authorities had been searching for him since June 8.
The app is currently functional in Kittitas, Grant, Douglas, Chelan, and Okanogan counties.
Officer reportedly was driving home from work when she pulled over on the interstate to help.
He got confidential information from his wife, who was an Amazon finance employee at the time.
Agreements with the Tulalips, Stillaguamish and 13 other tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.
The proposal involves 15 tribes, including the Tulalips and Stillaguamish, and now goes to the governor.
The change comes after Washington reported the third straight weekly decline in jobless claims.
The governor chose acting commissioner Cami Feek to lead the Employment Security Department.
The city will launch new efforts to support reopening stores, restaurants, and arts and culture programs.
Some health care providers are queasy about setting up a clinic on the site of a marijuana business.
The Department of Natural Resources has responded to 615 wildfires across the state since January.
AG Bob Ferguson took Machol & Johannes to court for filing improper wage-garnishment applications.
Richard T. Young pleaded guilty in Island County Superior Court June 4 and got two years in prison.