Suquamish Tribe intends to sue Navy over sewage spills

It says the Navy has discharged “hundreds of thousands of gallons of untreated sewage” into local waters.

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Washington state sues Trump over diverted military funding

The president plans to take $89 million from Naval Base Kitsap for a wall on the Mexican border.

State has 3 cases of severe lung disease related to vaping

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Dozens of people attend virtual meeting on future of wolves

The online meetings were scheduled after in-person meetings were canceled due to threats of violence.

Feds propose major habitat protections for killer whales

NOAA issued a proposal to increase the critical habitat designation for southern resident killer whales.

Washington woman quits job, searches 57 days for missing dog

She thought thunder from an evening storm caused the dog to panic, open the hotel room door and flee.

Sound Transit beefed up light rail security before shooting

The agency is upgrading its radio network and video surveillance, partly funded by homeland-security grants.

Suspect arrested in fatal shooting at Westlake train station

One man died and two other people were injured. The alleged shooter was caught in Bellevue.

Officials: Fall weather to hit western Washington regions

Up to an inch of rain is expected in lower regions and up to 3 inches in coastal or mountain areas Tuesday.

Island residents grumbling over Navy’s Growler jet noise

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