The orca and the orca catcher: How a generation of killer whales was taken from Puget Sound

How a generation of killer whales was taken from Puget Sound

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American Airlines extends 737 MAX-related cancellations

The carrier has 24 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, and said it will cancel about 90 flights a day.

Spokane considers incentives for downtown security measures

The city may offer rebates for surveillance cameras, lighting and other security improvements.

Guy Palumbo
                                Sen. Guy Palumbo
Palumbo seeks to ban toxic suction dredge mining

Washington does not have rules for recreational miners who use motorized equipment in search of gold.

This undated photo released by the Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office shows Deputy Ryan Thompson, who was shot and killed and a police officer was wounded after they exchanged gunfire with a road rage driving suspect Tuesday. (Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office via AP)
Road-rage suspect who killed deputy was in U.S. illegally

Still investigating the suspect’s background and why he led the officers on a chase.

BPA could remove thousands of trees from Renton to Monroe

After taking over from Puget Sound Energy, the maintenance would affect 53 miles of power lines.

Ginger McCall’s 7-week-old daughter, Evianna Quintero-McCall, died of meningitis March 17 after being discharged from the Salem Hospital emergency room with a fever. (Anna Reed/Statesman-Journal via AP)
After baby death, mother calls for changes at Salem Hospital

Daughter was discharged from the emergency room with what staff said was a routine infection.

Alaska man who tracks down stolen vehicles enters plea deal

Pleaded guilty to one count of reckless endangerment resulting in a 30-day suspended sentence.

Bellingham plans bike, pedestrian changes for greater safety

Residents can expect to see substantial changes to thoroughfares over the next few months.

People relocated for high-speed rail that may not be built

They moved to make way for California’s high-speed rail. Now they wonder if it was for nothing.

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