Report: Employees attacked by chimps at Oregon sanctuary

The workers suffered “amputations, choking, grabbing and biting.”

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Trump wants to cut red tape, hasten water projects in West

He signed a memorandum aimed at helping the federal Columbia River system in the Pacific Northwest.

US tries to stop youth climate lawsuit days before trial

The plaintiffs say their generation bears the brunt of climate change.

Judge says cool the rivers; group says remove the dams

The federal government is required to make a plan to protect salmon in the Snake and Columbia rivers.

State officials brace voting systems against hacking

The Washington National Guard has conducted assessments to check for weak spots in the voting systems.

Motorists stunned as metal balls roll down Seattle street

The balls appeared to be “really big ball bearings,” police say.

Beloved 1929 Chevy recovered 4 months after Aberdeen fire

The owners originally purchased the car for $300 in 1979 from a woman in Marysville.

Former Microsoft director indicted on embezzlement charges

He is accused of selling Super Bowl tickets intended for employees and trying to steal $1.5 million.

‘Blob’ over Northwest could mean a wild winter in the Lower 48.

The cold air displaced by the blob has to go somewhere, so it often crashes south in the East.

Army Corps revives review of Washington coal-export project

The state last fall denied Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview a key permit needed for the project.

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