Yakamas sue over mining of potential tribal burial ground

Under the 1855 treaty, the tribe retains hunting, fishing and other rights in the 11 million acres.

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Grays Harbor sheriff responds to AG over new gun law

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Olympic Game Farm denies mistreatment of animals

A federal lawsuit alleges that the farm is in violation of the Endangered Species Act.

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Vessel discovers wreck of World War II carrier Hornet

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Groups to sue US agency over loss of caribou herd

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State AG warns sheriffs to enforce gun law or face liability

Bob Ferguson wrote a letter to law enforcement, saying the voter-approved law was constitutional.

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