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Ten staffers at the Seattle hospital have tested positive for COVID-19 and are isolating.
The old, already illegal rule allowed cemeteries to discriminate on the basis of race.
The patient, in his 60s, tested positive in early March and got sick against nearly 5 months later.
Dr. Kathy Lofy says she plans to focus on her own health and to connect with friends and family.
Most job growth occurred in leisure and hospitality, construction and other services.
Police say there may be a financial motive behind the murder-for-hire plan involving “quite a bit of money.”
There has been a “leveling out” of coronavirus risk between the five counties and the rest of the state.
He has been attending seminary school to become a priest. His term expires after this year.
The company failed to maintain records related to ads that ran from 2012 through 2019.
Tax breaks for Boeing from Washington state were deemed to have unfairly harmed certain Airbus jets.
There were 238 positive cases as of Monday morning among 16 sororities and fraternities.
The event on the eve of Columbus Day was dubbed the “Indigenous Peoples Day of Rage.”
The hornet was captured on Oct. 5, and a tracking device was tied to her body. But the signal was lost.
No one was injured on the boat, but the lightning affected the navigation system.
Protesters gathered outside a police precinct and blocked streets late Saturday night.
The sheriff’s office said the dog appeared to be a pit bull or similar mix.
Rumors have swirled surrounding a demolition permit for the site was filed Oct. 7.
Cloyd Steiger allegedly made a scene and stiffed a waitress on her tip for wearing a BLM button.
A little local know-how goes a long way in finding accessible beaches.
Republican Sue Kuehl Pederson is challenging incumbent Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz.