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Bertha isn’t the only tunnel machine to crack in Seattle soil. Drilling at Sound Transit stopped for six weeks when hard soil damaged five motors and the main gear, officials reported Thursday.
Gavin Seim, a conservative activist from Eastern Washington, took a high-profile role on the last day of the Oregon refuge occupation as he hosted live-streamed talks with four remaining holdouts.
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The percentage of children ready for kindergarten after attending Washington's subsidized preschool program exceeded the state average.
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Klamath Tribal leaders say the stolen artifacts from Native American burial sites could be thousands of years old.
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LILLEHAMMER, Norway (AP) — IOC President Thomas Bach said Friday that no countries intend to pull out of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro over concerns about the Zika virus. Bach, speaking ahead of the opening ceremony of the Winter Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, said he has "full confidence" in the actions being undertaken by...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The massive gas leak that spewed uncontrollably for nearly four months drove thousands of Los Angeles residents to pack up and leave their homes, while others rode it out. Vicky Walker did both, turning her life upside down shuttling between hotels and home every few days, where she lived like a...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal wildlife officials recommended Friday that three fox subspecies native to California's Channel Islands be removed from the endangered species, saying their populations have made an historic recovery. The foxes on islands lying just off the state's southern coast were once on the brink of extinction. "We've been able to stop...
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