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In Yakima County, 50% of confirmed cases are in residents under the age of 40.
The mayor and police chief apologized to peaceful protesters who were subjected to chemical weapons.
Snohomish County has plenty of water for the summer, but lots of forest growth can be a fire hazard.
Anyone entering the country will be required to quarantine for 14 days or face serious penalties.
Authorities said rocks, bottles and explosives were thrown at officers in the Capitol Hill area.
The pilot originally departed from Everett, but he was diverted to Sioux Falls because of thunderstorms.
The victim was taken to Harborview Medical Center, where he was listed in stable condition.
Attorneys for two laid-off workers are suing Washington state.
Three civilian police watchdog groups urged city leaders to do so to build public trust.
The Martin Luther King Jr. County Labor Council passed a resolution Thursday as protests continue.
Restrictions continue. For example, you might be asked to voluntarily provide contact information.
High schoolers helped them leave their campsite after trees were felled to block the road out.
Officers sometimes wear bands over badges to honor colleagues who have been killed while on duty.
The death of Mannie Ellis, 33, in Tacoma was ruled a homicide.
He is expected to discuss a variety of topics, including the coronavirus outbreak.
The number of new claims for unemployment benefits in the state dropped to just over 31,000 last week.
The city attorney has been monitoring 14,000 complaints about officers’ actions during the protests.
The project will turn radioactive waste into a stable glass form for disposal.
One Labrador retriever-beagle mix made a 2,100-mile journey from Mexico to its new family.
Mayor Durkan said Wednesday evening that she was ending the city-wide nightly curfews.