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The concept has proven results in addressing homelessness.
Unemployment remained high in September.
Investor-owned electric and natural gas utilities in WA can’t disconnect customers through April.
Downside for climate policy supporters is it can risk alienating moderate or right-leaning voters.
Public Health is urging anyone who visited the lodge to monitor for symptoms or get tested.
A new paper outlines a potential plan for the region.
The pilots are thought to have disappeared near Black Lake, northeast of North Bend.
Online conspiracy theories are spreading as the West Coast burns.
Dry summer conspired with the pandemic and a wind storm.
All state Department of Natural Resources lands were closed to recreational activities on Sept. 8.
It’s estimated that 25% of Washington child care facilities have closed since the pandemic began.
A letter accuses the APPWW of anti-Muslim bias.
Temperatures are expected to climb into the mid-90s on Sunday.
Congress hasn’t renewed the program, which provided twice as many student meals for free last spring.
Hospital representatives said “certain services” would cease, but wouldn’t give specifics.
The zones were created by Congress in 2017 to create jobs and spur economic development.
Voters could be asked to decide in November.
It would take about eight and a half hours to reach the Inland Empire from Puget Sound.
The city acquired it in 2013 from the federal government and has used it a handful of times.
Racism was declared a public health crisis by King County’s Board of Health. Along with the proclamation, the county’s health authority pledged to work more… Continue reading