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The ongoing dispute between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the operators of several Northwest grain terminals has been overshadowed by other port labor issues, including the union's feud with ICTSI Oregon Inc. at the Port of Portland and negotiations for a new contract with the Pacific Maritime Association.
The governors of California, Oregon and Washington sent a letter to Interior Secretary Sally Jewel on Thursday to stress that they don't want the possibility of drilling off of the West Coast.
More than $161,000 in independent ads or phone calls have now flooded into the 35th Legislative District on behalf of state Sen. Tim Sheldon, most of it in the past week as Tuesday's primary election approaches.
Franklin County Fire District 3 reports a 10-minute approved agricultural burn coming up at Road 100 and Dent Road.
South Carolina has won the exclusive right to build the 787-10 , the longest version yet of the Dreamliner.
Paul Rumberg Elementary School may get up to $2.48 million after recently being approved as one of the schools across the state to gain funds.
A proclamation of emergency for the 20 Eastern Washington Counties by Gov. Jay Inslee on July 15 ordered state agencies to assist affected communities and for that assistance to be coordinated through the State Emergency Operations Center.
Nearly half of 80 potential jurors summoned for selection in an Idaho rape trial failed to report, causing a trial postponement.
The letter sent Wednesday comes a week after a dozen U.S. Senators, including Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, sent a letter to Senate leaders asking for passage of emergency legislation to allocate $615 million for use in fighting wildfires.
Washington State is poised to join California and several Canadian provinces in a carbon trading system, according to a Monday memoranda from the governor's office.
The Peninsula Daily News reports that Clark reassured lawmakers in a letter this month that "sewage treatment will happen."
Sheriff Garry Lucas cited neutrality and other reasons to explain why his office would not contract with United Grain Corp to provide security escorts.
A handful of voters in a handful of key districts will likely decide the future of our state.
Governor Jay Inslee on Tuesday took a walk on the smelly side to learn more about the link between climate change and sewage treatment.
Linden Rhoads, special adviser to the Vice Provost for Innovation at the University of Washington, talks about the 18 startups from the UW's C4C 2014 UW Start-up celebration.
From left, Governor Jay Inslee talks with University of Washington Provost Ana Mari Cauce and Univsersity of Washington President Michael Young at the 2014 UW Start-up celebration.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 04:10 am
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