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Tacoma, Olympia area districts say it’s not true.
Only propane-fueled barbecues and fire rings are allowed due to fire danger
The case involves the illegal taking of hundreds of animals throughout Southwest Washington.
It could also press Congress to increase funding to fight opioid overdoses.
A decades-old fishery management agreement
Coast Guard hoping to find out.
Scientists not ‘100 percent’ certain
Around 138 active wildfires in British Columbia.
Experts say marine mammals should be left alone.
And their numbers keep growing
The soggy, cold spring is largely to blame — or maybe thank.
Initiative 27 would ban public consumption of heroin and all federal Schedule I drugs except marijuana.
These and scores of other bills passed during the regular session of the 2017 Legislature became law Sunday.
In Vancouver, some to the police department
The law forbids handheld uses. Not just phone calls, but composing or reading any kind of message, social media post, photograph or data.
The vessel’s crew of six is presumed dead.
A rank-and-file state lawmaker currently makes less than $47,000 per year.