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Sentenced last week after previously pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
Remains in King County Jail on $2 million bail.
So many carcasses have washed up that NOAA has run out of places where they can be taken to decompose.
Current restrictions require crude shipped by rail to have more volatile gases removed.
Law made it easier for former Hanford workers to win workers compensation benefits.
It is her first visit since she was acquitted by an appeals court in 2011 of her roommate’s murder.
In a letter, Jenny Durkan asked the Navy to incorporate more safeguards for southern resident orcas.
Damaged lines apparently were the trigger for a cascade of delays and frustration.
Crash killed five college students and injured dozens.
Jury selection is under way for the unprecedented case of William Talbott. The nation will be watching.
Comes as a legislative panel approved a cap-and-trade program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Plymouth Housing has launched a $75 million campaign to double its units in Seattle.
Two members of the Yakama Nation have been arrested in connection with the five slayings.
It says the Navy has discharged “hundreds of thousands of gallons of untreated sewage” into local waters.
Justices had pointed questions for lawyers representing both state lawmakers and a news coalition.
The bill will now go to Gov. Kate Brown, who has previously spoken in support of the measure.
Demand for coal is dropping as utilities turn to cheap natural gas and renewable energy,
Would empower the governor to enter agreements with other states for the transfer of marijuana.
The child managed to escape as the men stole a vehicle and drove away.
So far this year, 28 gray whales have died on Washington beaches. This time last year, there were 10.