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The Bangor cut is one of 127 military construction projects that will lose funding.
The popular trail in the scenic Columbia River Gorge could open as early as this fall.
Officials have not determined what sickened the middle-aged adult.
The train was on a new route from Tacoma to Portland when it plunged onto I-5, killing three people.
A plant to treat radioactive waste is under construction but will not be big enough.
The teenager’s body was found in a ditch along the Seward Highway.
Christian Johnson, assistant chief of Okanogan County Fire District 3, was in a medically induced coma.
A large algae bloom near the San Juan Islands has prompted a shellfish-harvest closure.
The 67-year-old man was 90 feet down but was able to surface with his dive partner.
The Wax Works and Ripley’s Believe it or Not! will be renovated.
Niko lost about 15 pounds but is otherwise doing well.
Nine states have passed laws restricting magazine capacity to 10 to 15 bullets.
A drone, side-scan sonar, underwater camera and a helicopter are being used in the search.
She was shot and left for dead in the hills around a small eastern Washington town.
While he considers it, a Republican candidate deficit extends to other marquee 2020 races.
A 4-foot steel barricade was holding back about 3,000 people at the Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival.
He eventually was arrested after additional pepper spray and a Taser deployment.
About 900 California sea lions and 250 Steller sea lions could be killed each year.
How one Seattle man chose to die — and did, surrounded by friends.
As expected, a lawsuit is planned to challenge Jay Inslee’s one-sentence vetoes.