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The state’s agency that runs monthly tests believes a software problem caused a test malfunction.
Hanford watchers say the collapse was the result of limited money to address aging facilities.
They blocked Second Avenue to protest tar sands projects and oil pipelines.
The proposal would have employers making at least $20 million paying about $500 a year per worker.
Police began investigating earlier this year after a teacher reported overhearing a rumor.
Cedar Creek Corrections Center is a minimum-security facility about 11 miles southwest of Olympia.
Project aims to use excess power generated by wind turbines to pump water between reservoirs.
Federal regulators declined to restart testing emissions from a smelter in Canada.
Man was being treated for kidney stones in December at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup.
Change made for role in covering up for a known pedophile priest for years beginning in the 1960s.
Flag and other items were stolen when someone broke into his truck in White Swan in April.
A pair of osprey have been taking turns sitting on two eggs since mid-April.
Karina Morales-Rodriguez and Marta Martinez were working at a MoneyTree store.
The hybrid ferries would mostly run on electricity and use diesel engines for backup.
For some, it’s an unwelcome precedent for turning crop land over to solar-energy production.
About 90 percent of the animals are expected to be transported to the Cascades.
The skeletons were discovered in sagebrush in 2017 by an Idaho Department of Fish and Game worker.
The hospital is testing 2,600 former patients who received injections at the emergency department.
The lawsuit claims Murray improperly used his office to commit unwanted sexual acts against.
The company expects the 128,000-square-foot building to be completed in early 2020.