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The Falcon 9’s second stage did not successfully have a de-orbit burn, officials said.
The 3.4 million acres of protected habitat stretches from the Canadian border to northern California.
Airlines are notifying the CDC about passengers who were in Guinea or the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Seven jail employees and 46 inmates have tested positive since March 9, officials said.
The proposal would use reserves and federal aid for economic recovery and the fight against COVID-19.
The chemical-free “terramation” process takes two months to turn a body into a dark, odorless soil.
The governor reduced social distancing requirements for K-12 classrooms from 6 feet to 3 feet.
The bill’s main sponsor was a Bremerton lawmaker who was once incarcerated before becoming a lawyer.
The converted Boeing 747 can drop in one pass what would take a standard plane eight drops to accomplish.
A lawsuit filed by the engineer seeks damages for medical expenses and lost earning capacity.
Troy Kelley was convicted for possession of stolen property, tax fraud and making false statements.
An acre of farmland in King Co. averaged more than $35,000 in 2017. It was $19,332 in Snohomish Co.
The insurance commissioner said the way insurance rates are factored is unfair.
All indoor spaces, including restaurants, can increase capacity from 25% to 50%.
The governor was joined Monday by leaders in Renton, where he criticized former President Donald Trump.
The bill benefits guest workers, farm owners and those who have worked in the U.S for 10 years or more.
1,200 daily doses are expected to be administered over a six-week period starting on March 31.
The sheriff told a 911 dispatcher that the man “threatened to kill me.” He later retracted that allegation.
One of the men, from Auburn, was a member of the group’s national “Elders Council.”
The girls played together on the high school JV volleyball team.