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The moratorium, in place since March and extended a few times, was to expire next week.
The organization argues the system unconstitutionally favors wealthier people.
Research indicates there will be enough snow in the mountains for them despite warming temperatures.
It is still unknown if anyone was hospitalized or has experienced severe symptoms.
In their only televised match-up, the two gubernatorial candidates differed on pretty much everything.
The candidates for Washington governor faced off for the only time before the Nov. 3 election.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Dion made the remark in a letter published in The Seattle Times.
The U.S. Labor Dept. is asking the company to prove it’s not making illegal race-based decisions.
Several buildings in the area were spray-painted with anti-police graffiti.
The complaint says staffing and sanitation practices are putting people at risk during the pandemic.
Turns out he was in violation of Canada’s Quarantine Act.
Twelve sights of the “murder hornets” have now been reported in the county since 2019.
The referendum marks the first time in the U.S. that such a decision will be decided by voters.
A passenger helped subdue the man, who demanded to speak to the captain and claimed he had a bomb.
Three weeks ago, Tahlequah, who in 2018 carried her dead calf for 17 days, gave birth to a male calf.
Officials said they haven’t seen any attempts to exploit the state’s election infrastructure.
Thirteen people were arrested, and a cop is on paid leave after running over a protester with his bike.
The Hood Canal man pleaded guilty for his role in the 2018 Maple Fire on the Olympic Peninsula.
“Divestment from a broken policing model … is the needed course of action,” the council president says.
“He was just in a really bad spot. He shouldn’t have been out there.”