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Not to mention, Gov. Jay Inslee has a new plan to tighten clean water standards in Washington, there's new hope for alternative energy in Pullman, and the Gates Foundation is betting on remote-controlled birth control.
Governor Inslee congratulated RMS on the signing of their first customer in China: Beijing Capital Airlines.
The question of how much fish Washington residents consume has been a hot issue that has pitted tribes and environmental groups against businesses such as Boeing Co.
Then heads up: you're now set to enjoy a mixed bag of greater and weaker levels of protection from toxic chemicals flowing into the state's waterways, thanks to a proposal today by Governor Jay Inslee.
Gov. Jay Inslee is set to release a proposal to change the state's water quality standards at noon today, and already both sides of the debate are warning that it could be bad, if not downright terrible.
Opponents of a proposal to build the Northwest's largest oil-by-rail facility at the Port of Vancouver on Tuesday pressed their safety concerns and peppered commissioners with questions in light of the one-year anniversary of the deadly oil-train explosion in Lac-Megantic, Quebec.
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is working with three utilities who were awarded $14.3 million in grants Tuesday as part of the state’s new Clean Energy Fund.
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Carly Roberts, a 2010 graduate from Black Hills High School in Tumwater, has been appointed student trustee at Western Washington University.
BNSF Railway previously reported as many as 19 trains of Bakken crude oil traversed the state during the week of May 29 to June 4. They updated those numbers to show as many as 13 oil trains during the following week.
Famed physicist Neils Bohr once noted, "Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future."
Gov. Jay Inslee's labor team will be spending the summer negotiating with more than 25 unions that represent state employees.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Washington's congressional Democrats, along with Superintendent of Public Schools Randy Dorn, are again trying to cover for their legislative counterparts, who did not do what needed doing to protect schools and parents from the consequences of failing to comply with the ... (more)
Though his office instructed state agencies to prepare for spending reductions of 15 percent, Gov. Jay Inslee is hopeful that such preparation will prove to be unnecessary.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 02:54 am
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