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Washington Fish and Wildlife said Friday it won't shoot wolves in a pack that has attacked three calves in approximately one week in Stevens County.

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BILLINGS, Mont. — The Trump administration on Monday moved to block a Washington state law that imposed safety restrictions on oil shipments by rail following a string of explosive accidents.

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LAS VEGAS — Governors and legislative leaders from five western states that are coordinating their response to the coronavirus outbreak asked Congress on Monday to send $1 trillion to state an…

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RICHLAND, Wash. — Protesters in boats and on shore Saturday demanded that restrictions on recreational fishing and shellfish harvesting in Washington because of the coronavirus be lifted.

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BOISE, Idaho — Idaho has issued more than 60,000 unemployment payments totaling nearly $18 million to some 30,000 workers who have lost jobs due to the coronavirus, officials said Monday.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s governor announced Monday the state would loan 500 ventilators to the national stockpile for use by New York and other states experiencing a crush of coronavi…

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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has finalized a plan to construct up to 11,000 miles of fuel breaks to control wildfire on federal land in six Western states, including Oregon.

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SEATTLE — Rights groups in Washington state filed a complaint on Monday with federal health officials claiming plans developed by the state health department and University of Washington Medic…

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BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho House ended its legislative session on Friday after balancing fears of spreading the coronavirus with potential vetoes of several bills representatives will now be pow…

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OLYMPIA — Washington Senate Democrats voted Thursday to make the state carbon-neutral by 2050, following the state House in embracing the aspiration of the Green New Deal.

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SALEM — Oregon public workers who expected to contribute more to their savings in July to make up for cuts to retirement benefits will have to wait until September.

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Tribal-treaty rights make salmon akin to a fourth branch of government in Washington, and fish recovery should guide farming near water, and rural and economic development, according to a bill…

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Tri-Cities residents in Washington share their thoughts on the four dams in the Lower Snake River for a study from Gov. Jay Inslee's office.

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SPOKANE, Wash. — A Washington state lawmaker took part in “domestic terrorism” against the United States during a 2016 standoff at a wildlife refuge in Oregon and traveled throughout the West …

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Below Lower Granite Dam, hordes of spiders do circus trapeze acts over a fish ladder.

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Climate change imperils orcas in Puget Sound and to save them Washington should restructure its economy and eliminate carbon emissions by 2050, according to a task force report finalized Nov. …

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DAYTON — Forging a new path is not an easy task, and residents from here and Waitsburg were reminded of that at a meeting this weekend.

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BAKER CITY — When Daniel Koopman arrived in Baker City in August 2015 to become the Baker County director of Blue Mountain Community College, smoke darkened the sky and hung over the town.

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RICHLAND, Wash. — Not enough is known to decide on the best and most economical way to treat much of the low-activity radioactive waste in Hanford’s underground tanks, said a committee of the …

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CORVALLIS — Ancient human artifacts found in a remote corner of northwestern Idaho could deliver a major blow to a long-held theory that North America’s first humans arrived by crossing a land…

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WASHOUGAL, Wash. — Residents of Washougal, Washington, say a controversial rock-mining operation is disrupting their neighborhood’s peace and quiet and violating the Columbia River Gorge Natio…

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PORTLAND — Conservationists are accusing the Trump administration of putting the interests of industry — including logging and grazing in the Pacific Northwest — ahead of the survival of the c…