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Shoppers will have the choice to pay for a reusable plastic or recycled paper bag.
Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday the state’s eviction protections will be extended beyond Sept. 30.
Another nest of Asian giant hornets found close to the Canada border has been destroyed.
The agreement, which covers about 10,000 workers, gives some slack for those who have been hesitant.
Don Striker will draw from and recognize the traditional knowledge and sovereignty of tribes.
A 165 studio apartments supposed to be rented at market rates will instead house homeless people.
Under one redistricting proposal, Mill Creek joins Everett. Under another, Monroe joins Wenatchee.
The moratoriums will remain in place through Jan. 15, rather than expiring at the end of September.
Plaintiffs argue in Snohomish County and elsewhere — without evidence — that machines “obviously are not working.”
The state also requested Department of Defense personnel “to assist with the current hospital crisis.”
Eric Hood has collected about $1 million through Public Records Act lawsuits.
Wheat, lentils, chickpeas, and potatoes in the east side of the state have all suffered.
The lawsuit seeks to stop Seattle City Light from claiming it’s environmentally responsible utility.
The Karachi man recruited employees of an AT&T call center to use their credentials to unlock phones.
The insect was spotted in the foothills near Sumas Mountain.
Meanwhile, farmers are spending thousands of dollars drilling deeper wells as aquifers dry up.
Boeing has sold 310 acres of undeveloped land next to its Frederickson manufacturing plant.
Proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test will be required to enter certain establishments.
The 2018 rule made it easier for nuclear reservation employees to qualify for compensation benefits.
The walkout for higher pay by carpenters in the state is the first in nearly 20 years.