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The measure decreases the original proposal by 45 percent, leaving some to question if it’ll raise enough to do the job.
Ahead of this weekend’s big wedding, she remembers her time among royalty.
The U.S. Geological Survey says Glacier Peak poses a “very high threat” and needs better monitoring.
Mysteries continue to circulate about how they got there.
He was best known for “putting light into what some people would consider dark corners.”
The car was built in 1901, was one of two train cars built to a specific design specification and is the only survivor of the two.
Hearing examiner reverses the house’s designation as a historic landmark.
PORT LUDLOW — History will come alive in Port Ludlow this weekend as the tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain make their return trip… Continue reading
His attorney says John Reed, charged with killing Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn, will testify.
A Seattle law firm is now preparing a lawsuit against the National Park Service as a backup to settlement negotiations for the Elwha facilities.
The notification in Clallam County Monday was caused by an official in Jefferson County who was testing a new cellphone app.
PORT ANGELES — The piano that filled the downtown streets of Port Angeles with music last summer is getting a makeover before it returns. A… Continue reading
LA PUSH — Biologists on Wednesday were working to untangle a juvenile gray whale that had become stuck in fishing gear more than 15 miles… Continue reading
“Stand for the Second” is a student-driven movement organizing walkouts at high schools across the U.S.
A sheriff’s helicopter flew him to the hospital after he was rescued on Saturday.
Animal rights organizations oppose killing non-relocated goats, but officials say it will be a last resort.
Former double agent Naveed Jamali gives us an inside look at the life of a spy.
The president says he wants them. Tech companies say they want them. So why are some of the region’s most talented workers waiting a lifetime to gain citizenship.
How a common need for dry land, an unconventional perspective on property rights, and 25 tons of cement brought a community of skateboarders together in Renton.
Columnist Marcus Harrison Green tells us about a troubling rift and the resulting rebirth in the local arm of the social movement.