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He doesn’t have an engineering license, but he proudly calls himself “a Swedish engineer.”
Wednesday night is peak
To get the system installed in all 34 community colleges, the new cost estimate is $145 million, with completion estimated for 2022.
United States and Canada will begin negotiations to modernize the Columbia River Treaty early in 2018, the Department of State announced.
Highway pavement is wearing out faster than the Washington State Department of Transportation can maintain it.
Oregon and Washington tree growers affected
More than 52,000 children in the state.
Oregon and Washington Christmas tree sellers say this holiday season will see fewer noble firs, Douglas firs, grand firs and other popular species.
Cantwell said more than 300,000 people in Washington state will immediately see a tax increase between $750 and $1,000.
Government watchdogs cite a trend of ethnically questionable cooperation between environmentalist groups and state governments.
City staff say they’re averting the sort of incident that occurred in Atlanta, where a span of Interstate 85 collapsed in a March fire.
His accusers were acquaintances as well as women who had been lured to his apartment.
Former Democrat Rep. Brian Baird and former state GOP chair Chris Vance
Okanogan residents saw the male genitalia deliberately being drawn in the skies above their town by a jet around noon Thursday.
The state also will remain in contempt of court and keep paying a $100,000-a-day fine.
Wild Fish Conservancy filed a citizen suit, alleging the company was negligent in releasing the farmed Atlantic salmon into public waters.