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Even as case counts drop, researchers are finding a growing number of COVID variants in the state.
Anna M. Lopez was swimming when witnesses noticed she was not responsive, according to officials.
He said he could extend the deadline for signature gathering if ordered by a court or the Governor.
Community Loaves delivers the fresh goods to groups helping those who are experiencing food insecurity.
Here’s what’s happening on Day 45 of the 2021 session of the Washington Legislature.
The man, 28, was reported missing Thursday. A neighbor found his body in Little Pilchuck Creek.
State law “unambiguously” pre-empts the city from enacting its own firearm rules, the panel concludes.
They were Carson M. Cox, 32, and Sarah L. Foxheath, 39, according to the state patrol.
The inquiry into the Bering Sea sinking of the Scandies Rose crab boat openened with a mayday call.
As those districts prepare for second-graders, Snohomish joins the study of COVID transmission on campus.
Immersed for 30 minutes in frigid water would kill most of us. It energizes these swimmers.
Clinicians will respond with officers to mental health calls. The pilot program runs through June.
Washington’s imperfect ID verification system has stalled payments for people who need it.
The 82-year-old victim had part of her legs amputated because of blood clots related to the injury.
Here’s what’s happening on Day 43 of the 2021 session of the Washington Legislature.
A Senate bill takes aim at a state law requiring anyone seeking elected office to be a citizen.
Legislators propose requiring zipper merge instruction in drivers education and in license test.
The flames caused a partial collapse of the roof and killed a pet turtle.
Granite Falls lawmaker gains following with social media posts defending Trump, bashing liberalism.