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Fish recovery efforts should focus on the ocean, not on freshwater, says the BPA-funded scientist.
Joe Biden will receive the state’s 12 electoral votes at the Electoral College on Dec. 14.
The bills being drafted represent a broad overhaul of policing and police accountability in Washington.
About 400,000 people crossed the world’s longest international border each day before the pandemic.
Whitebark pine trees grow in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming, Montana, California and Nevada.
They allegedly interfered with the railroad’s safety features by placing a shunt on the tracks.
About 15% of cases in Washington are in young people up to age 19.
Two years ago, there were 30 hate crimes in King County. So far in 2020, the number is up to 51.
Modeling predicted significant decreases in infections and deaths if at least 15% of people use the app.
Officials are scrambling to find nurses to work on the COVID-19 ward and have offered overtime pay.
She’s accused of hindering a probe regarding the theft of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars.
The man was shot in the knee by a deputy during a SWAT team raid at a residence in Bonney Lake.
In a TikTok video, she said she does not follow COVID-19 safety directives outside of work.
It vanished less than 10 days after it was spotted by wildlife biologists from a helicopter.
The department filed the lawsuit Wednesday against Electron Hydro, LLC.
A search warrant affidavit cited evidence implying the 21-year-old man fired two rounds at deputies.
Donald Hugo Entzel, 68, was alleged to be intoxicated when the incident occured.
The Washington Hospitality Association urged lawmakers to figure out ways to support hospitality businesses.
The search for the girl, and the vehicle, was suspended because of hazardous conditions.
Some buyers drawn to rural areas are motivated by a “get me out of here” kind of mentality.