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Starting Aug. 10, gyms in the state will be required to provide about 17 feet of distance.
Puyallup Tribal Police said a male suspect fled on foot from the scene.
The president had floated plans for an outright ban of the app on national security grounds.
The mid-air accident over Lake Coeur d’Alene killed eight people July 5.
Anchorage man was charged Friday with two counts of murder, arson and three counts of assault.
She was in stable condition after bloodhounds found her about 1.2 miles south off U.S. 2.
A County Council committee voted 5-1 to add Juneteenth to the county’s slate of 10 paid holidays.
Sam Martinez and another student consumed the bulk of a half-gallon of rum. He died within hours.
The state now plans to search for nests using infrared cameras and to place additional traps.
Both workers and patients at Western State Hospital in Lakewood have tested positive.
Incumbent Chris Reykdal faces five foes who argue he’s pushing too many state policies on school districts.
An exemption, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, granted diploma privilege to hundreds of law students.
The exercises include testing torpedoes, firing projectiles, piloting undersea drones and exploding bombs.
The petitioners accused Jenny Durkan of failing to ban the use of tear gas by police.
The agents had arrived Thursday after downtown and Capitol Hill businesses were vandalized.
Maybe it’s the one that was reportedly struck by a state ferry in Puget Sound earlier in July.
About two-thirds of all southern resident pregnancies are typically lost due to stress from hunger.
A U.S. official said militarized officers will stay in Portland until attacks on a federal courthouse cease.
Uncertainty has exploded in a surreal armed conflict that plays out every night.
Some in the crowd broke windows and started fires. Police declared the disturbances a riot.