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“We’re in the midst of a bird emergency,” said the president of the National Audubon Society.
AG office argued that state’s minimum wage law treats the state and federal governments equally.
He’s sued the administration 50 times to date.
One position will be located in Olympia. The second will serve in Eastern Washington.
Protectors of the Salish Sea have been holding daily demonstrations on the Capitol campus.
Suit called for the Department of Ecology to develop cleanup plans for almost 1,600 bodies of water.
One man was shot dead and two women were wounded in a shooting at Smith Tower Apartments in Vancouver.
Opponents say the authority the amendment would give is too vast and could be used “unscrupulously.”
Over summer the bears grow comically, almost absurdly, fat on the world’s largest sockeye salmon run.
Her last day will be Jan. 5, and she will complete the fall term of oral arguments before the court.
Christian Dean Johnson died Wednesday at Harborview Medical Center, where he had been in intensive care.
Vents on Bogoslof Island continue to spew mud, steam and sulfurous gases two years after an eruption.
He claims there is a violation of an agreement that allowed for no more than five children.
The pills appear to be oxycodone but are being tested to determine whether they are tainted with fentanyl.
He wants to reduce the number of gray wolves that are being killed in Ferry County.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Citizen Solutions unlawfully concealed a $308,185 payment to Eyman.
The white supremacist group Patriot Front has been recruiting across Whatcom County.
The announcement came one day after employees were told of the decision by the retailer.
The rule would not apply to tribal shops, but the governor is reaching out to them for cooperation.
The city prohibits the use of city funds, personnel or equipment to enforce federal immigration law.