National Weather Service told people to "move off the beach and out of harbors." A tsunami advisory—not as urgent as a warning—has been issued for Hawaii.
The teen also will be charged in a fatal shooting at a Safeway on October 29, police said in a Facebook post.
The nephew of the former president will speak at "Defeat the Mandates" rally in D.C. on January 23 having been criticized for spreading COVID-19 misinformation.
Washington's state Senate unanimously approved the measure in response to months of threats against election workers since the 2020 presidential election.
Representative Warren Davidson compared Washington D.C.'s new district-wide vaccination entry requirement to Nazi policy requiring citizens to show documents.
Most of the transportation issues stemmed from a snowstorm last week that caused a 90-hour closure of the state's Snoqualmie Pass.
"I don't always storm the Capitol of the United States of America, but when I do, I prefer Coors Light," the man allegedly said in one of the January 6 videos.
The charges stem from a construction project in 2020 that allegedly polluted stretches of the river with chemicals found in rubber that are toxic to fish.
A friend had told Marysville authorities that Anthony Boggess was diagnosed with schizophrenia and believed he was possessed by demons.
The snowy owl was first seen on January 3, the same day a winter storm produced eight inches of snow in the city.
Delbert Pratt went out to move his vehicle to higher ground and did not return, said his wife, who reported him missing.
NFL player Montez Sweat's brother, Anthony Sweat, was killed in a shooting in Virginia on December 28.
Swalwell made a personal delivery hours after calling on Twitter users to help him find the recipients of Christmas card addressed to "Erick and Emma."
"The plea agreement closes this chapter of the tragedy and avoids having to experience the trauma all over again," said Freeman High School officials.
"His belly-sliding skills are 10/10!" the Smithsonian Zoo tweeted about its giant panda bear cub.
"This was an opportunistic event that an individual or individuals took advantage of, and it will cause major harm to elk in the future," Tony Leonetti said.
The presenter also said the insurrection was a "law enforcement failure" and that officers did not deserve congressional medals of honor.
Three more police officers are suing the former president for the physical and emotional harm they accuse him of causing by inciting the crowd.
The topics Trump planned to hit on the 1/6 press conference will now be moved to previously planned Jan. 15 rally in Arizona.
"Crews have made substantial progress since Tuesday morning directing travelers," said the Virginia DOT.
The Washington state police chief allegedly did not know what the rank represented, despite having made jokes referencing the Holocaust in the past.
McMenamins, a chain of brewpubs, music venues and hotels, was hit by a ransomware attack that may have affected up to 30,000 current and past employees.
An petition that has received more than 28,000 signatures criticizes Vail Resorts for "the mismanagement of the ski area, the failure to treat employees well."
"We're not in a good place, I'm going to be really honest with you," New York Governor Kathy Hochul said about soaring cases in her state.
Heavy snowfall in Washington, D.C, forced traffic to a standstill as transport services attempted to clear roads of the heavy snow and fallen trees.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a "Snow Emergency," leading a number of public agencies to shutter their doors.
The money provided to Robert Sutherland, Vicki Kraft, and Brad Klippert all came from taxpayers, according to The Seattle Times.
Authorities in Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. urged against any travel as snow blankets the region and makes driving more dangerous.
The Weather Prediction Center said the first significant snowfall of the season is expected across the South, Appalachian states, in the mid-Atlantic and up the East Coast.