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The incident of racial profiling led to Oregon becoming America’s first sanctuary state.
A cease-and-desist letter threatens to cancel agreement not to sue if the congressman doesn’t stop.
The justices struck down part of the law that restricted the ability of employees to unionize.
On a list of the 18 most dangerous are Glacier Peak, Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens and Mount Baker.
Employees were trying to use a private driveway to access a rail construction site.
A plan for planes to stop flying as far north as Edmonds before circling back never got off the ground.
She sought a federal exemption for Oregon but has not received one.
No threat to students and officers are investigating the death as a likely suicide.
The plan would make about 340,000 acres of forest lands in Okanogan County off-limits.
King County Superior Court Judge John Ruhl struck down an income tax on wealthy residents last year.
Buildings in Olympia and Tumwater have received multiple bomb threats since late September.
Officials said the source of the spill was no longer actively discharging into the river.
The track and field athlete from Pullman was shot on the University of Utah campus.
The Rev. Eugene Peterson wrote “The Message,” a bestselling idiomatic translation of the Bible.
Prosecutors said David Peter Vier, 63, picked up teen girls in Seattle and drove them to Wyoming.
A Tacoma-based mail vendor contracted by Asotin and Grant counties used the wrong envelopes.
Supporters of Initiative 1631 have raised about $12.5 million.
Witnesses said the two were arguing before shots were fired.
Complaint doesn’t allege a clear motive for the killing, but says both men acknowledged involvement.
28 fish returned to their natal pools, which is the second lowest since numbers have been recorded.