Friday, December 1, 2023
The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report Saturday on the Nov. 18 crash that killed four people.
Cooke Aquaculture has filed an appeal against the state’s decision to end its leases for fish-farming.
Citizen trapping of northern giant hornets in northwest Washington ended Nov. 30 with no sightings this year.
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Cooke Aquaculture has until Dec. 14 to wrap up steelhead farming and begin deconstructing their equipment.
Under the agreement, deputies could begin wearing body cameras as soon as next year.
A group of 16 people will run the Native and Strong Crisis Lifeline, which folds into the existing 988 hotline.
“Our coaches heard (the n-word) throughout the game from their players. It was bad,” Lakes High School coach Dave Miller said.
Federal regulators Wednesday ordered seaplanes like the one that crashed off Whidbey Island be inspected.
The state Attorney General’s Office is asking a judge to require the Navy to cut number of flights.
Investigators said it appeared a critical part that moved the plane’s horizontal tail stabilizer came apart.
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and Republican challenger Tiffany Smiley argued over several issues.
It was announced Thursday that the rate will increase from 0.6% to 0.8% of wages.
At 353 acres, the Port of Everett’s Blue Heron Slough restoration project is among the largest along the Puget Sound.
Policies linked to the order including premium pay for food delivery and network gig workers will end Nov. 1.
The bodies were recovered in the aftermath of a floatplane crash that killed 10 people last month.
The National Park Service announced it would halt all recreational fishing starting Thursday.
A new analysis estimates the fund will hit an $8.7 million deficit by the end of the year.
The first settlement payments will begin reaching Washington communities in December.
The hospital group has pushed back against the notion that Providence “intentionally takes advantage of those who are vulnerable.”