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CHAPEL HILL, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug 4, 2021... [Read More]
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It's been a tough summer for agriculture across Washington state. [Read More]
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As the world's greatest open water swimmers jostled for the lead, their eyes on an Olympic gold, my eyes kept drifting to the tiny figure... [Read More]
Microsoft will require vaccinations for employees and others in its U.S. buildings beginning next month, and changed its U.S. office reopening date to Oct. 4,... [Read More]
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A restaurant that repeatedly defied Washington's COVID-19 restrictions will be closing for good after accruing hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines, the owner said. [Read More]
Benton County Sheriff Jerry Hatcher will be out of a job in two weeks based on Tuesday night's initial returns in his recall election. [Read More]
The U.S. Justice Department is "carefully reviewing" allegations by organizations of Black and Latino members of the Los Angeles Fire Department that the agency has... [Read More]
The largest political party in Malaysia's ruling coalition retracted support for Muhyiddin Yassin's government, piling more pressure on the embattled prime minister to resign. [Read More]
As polls closed Tuesday, Aug. 3, Adam Kirtley and Brian Casey were leading the race for Walla Walla City Council Position 2 in the primary... [Read More]
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has issued pardons to Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple whose brandishing of guns at Black Lives Matter protesters... [Read More]
Three former Minneapolis police officers are asking to be tried separately from Derek Chauvin in federal court on charges of violating George Floyd's civil rights. [Read More]
A federal judge on Tuesday granted a temporary injunction against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order restricting migrant transportation by private individuals and companies, handing... [Read More]
Several fights in the last two weeks involving dozens of prisoners and multiple injuries have kept staff busy and meant extra restrictions at the Washington... [Read More]
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong again warned the U.S. and China to deescalate tensions, saying both powers presumed incorrectly they would win in any... [Read More]
With Kentucky football, the defense has work to do, too. [Read More]
Gustavo Reyna and M. Rick Phillips were the leading two candidates in the race for Walla Walla City Council Position 3 and are likely to... [Read More]
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