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The bill passed 28-21 Tuesday over opposition from state Republicans.
“It is a moral injustice to profit off of those who are incarcerated,” said Mukilteo’s Rep. Ortiz-Self.
In addition, utilities will continue to waive late fees and deposits through Jan. 27, 2022.
The inquiry into the Bering Sea sinking of the Scandies Rose crab boat openened with a mayday call.
Stevens Pass was shut down again Monday evening after a snow slide covered part of the highway.
The 16-year-old jetliner was powered by Pratt & Whitney engines.
The closures will be re-assessed Monday morning, the state Department of Transportation said.
A new documentary follows the rush to find and fight off an unwanted invader in Whatcom County.
The officer was not hurt. The shooter has not been found.
Three passangers filed a civil suit against Kevin Ware and his company Peregrine Air, LLC.
No country claimed the coins, so they were legally forfeited to the U.S. government.
The closure between Canada and the U.S. has been extended month-by-month 10 times now.
Ian Simmers, who was 16 at the time, was held in custody for 10 hours without an attorney or parent.
The public will only get alerts for 4.5-magnitude temblors or higher.
The birth of L125 brings the population of southern resident killer whales to 75 in total.
Retirement accounts, all property and home sales, farms and forestry would be exempt from the tax.
80 people expressed concern over the dictrict’s perceived ideology and public health restrictions.
The “Learn to Return” plan is intended to speed school reopenings with an added layer of confidence.
State health officials found that Black, Hispanic and multi-racial populations are under-vaccinated.