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It’s called a supermoon because the full lunar face is illuminated when the moon is at perigee.
BPA’s rate-setting process starts this month. A decision is set for July 2017.
Surf smelt are a schooling fish that grow a bit bigger than sardines.
It’s possible all sides could reach settlements and divide costs, although deals might take years to complete.
Launching a rocket might require less paperwork than applying for residency in Canada.
The moratorium began 5 p.m. Monday and prohibited fraternity and sorority members from attending all social events containing alcohol.
The judge presided over a two-day hearing in Tacoma on motions to suppress evidence gathered in that investigation against threeWashington men.
It’s a common theme popping up in several legislative races this year.
The channel’s last day will be Jan. 6.
In Washington, at least, officials say the average rate increase on Qualified Health Plans across the state is only 8 percent, compared to nationwide average increases of 25 percent.
Obama is throwing his weight behind Washington state races in swing districts that could decide control of the state Legislature.
The demonstration came about a month after the Port of Olympia received a shipment of ceramic proppants, also known as fracking sand.
Dr. Frank Li contends he shouldn’t be held liable for the acts of providers he supervised at Seattle Pain Centers.
The case is being investigated as a suspected homicide, said Sgt. Carla Carter, of the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office.
Ballots are being sent out this week. Voters have until Nov. 8 to mail them in or put them into approved dropboxes.
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman, a Republican, said she had “full and complete confidence” in the elections system, despite recent comments by her party’s nominee.
The lawyers’ closing arguments followed five weeks of testimony.
In the August primary Murray finished with 54 percent of the vote. Vance won 28 percent.
Sqords, activity tracking devices similar to a Fitbit, went to each of the 350 students who opted into the voluntary program.
The last storms of this potential magnitude merited names: the 2006 Chanukah Eve storm, which killed four people, and the 1993 Inauguration Day Storm, which killed five people, according to meteorologist Cliff Mass.