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PeaceHealth says workers were made aware they wouldn't be needed for the rest of the week
"If you build it, they will come..." The question is: build what?
Hospital informed union ahead of time, had to hire temporary workers for minimum 3 days
The Mt. Baker Kennel Club's show will still happen at the fairgrounds as scheduled, but the club won't use the dairy barn
Police say he may have had headphones on
Watch your step in Squalicum Park. The grass will thank you. So will the City.
Three dairies in Yakima Valley are operating under stricter sanitation standards following Monday's resolution of a years-long lawsuit.
The U.S. oil industry is challenging new rules aimed at reducing the risk of catastrophic accidents involving crude moved by rail.
House leaders say that such a move now would distract lawmakers from their negotiations on a state operating budget.
Shell will bring its rigs to a terminal as planned to prepare for anticipated exploratory drilling.
The motel says the small blaze on the roof didn’t do a lot of damage to the former Scottish Lodge and it remains open.
Talks broke down without a deal last Friday
Last mountain bike leg had to be rerouted at the last minute
"Committed to Community" to adorn police cars, more
Liquor control board says those appearing under 30 should be carded
To say the standardized test is unpopular with students is an understatement.
SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state Democrats are revising Gov. Jay Inslee’s cap-and-trade plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions and require…
Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into law a measure that would require DNA collected in any felony case charged as a violent or sex offense to be preserved.
Police will be required to get a warrant before using a device that collects cellphone data.
Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into law a measure making it a civil offense to lock an animal in a car or enclosed space in dangerous conditions.