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Proposal aims to ease the conflict between states where cannabis is legal and the U.S. government.
Treatment for civilly committed patients would transfer to a network of smaller regional facilities.
The firefighters were doing a week of training exercises in the former YWCA
The Seattle Times reported that 12 of the animals have been shot to death since September.
The DOJ says a contractor lied to push $232M to a company with which it had ownership ties.
Lawmakers want to limit the ability of parents to opt out of immunizations for their children.
Savanna’s Act, co-sponsored by Sen. Cantwell, seeks to improve tribal access to federal crime databases.
Leslie Drapiza, an experienced hiker from Oregon, went for a solo, 12-mile hike on Mount Defiance.
The eovernight shelter at Seattle Center’s Exhibition Hall will stay open through Sunday night.
Hundreds of people opposed to the measure lined up more than an hour before the start of the hearing.
Obama tweeted that her “biggest priority is making sure everyone stays safe.”
With eyes on the future, Boeing’s commemoration of an iconic but fading jumbo jet will be low-key.
The rancher says he is confident the shooting was lawful.
CARE organization and Friends of Toppenish Creek sued the dairy in Outlook in April 2017.
Police responding to a woman’s death were confronted by an armed man.
The agent suffered non-life threatening injuries.
The U.S. attorney for Oregon warned against it.
University police had said it appeared she slipped and struck her head near Drumheller Fountain.
Annie Shooman was “great at coaxing broadcasters to contribute news,” a former colleague says.
Jurors found that Ride the Ducks International bore 67 percent of the responsibility for the crash.