Autumn Knepper and Adam Marsh were reportedly served a lawsuit by ERS that accused them of defamation and intentional interference with business expectancy.
A Facebook post accusing the school board member and his wife of playing a role in the theft of a Black Lives Matter banner led him to threaten legal action.
The soldier's sister thanked those who helped during the search, writing on Facebook: "We love you so, so much, Brian."
Experts said that over 1 billion aquatic animals on the Pacific Coast—including snails, mussels and clams—may have been cooked to death in the heat.
"Many areas of WA are currently under the stress of these extreme drought conditions," Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said in a tweet.
Wildfires have been burning across the U.S. West Coast after the areas were hit with a summer heatwave over the last week.
Kyle Massey, known for playing Cory Baxter in "That's So Raven," failed to appear for a court arraignment for a second time.
People will say, we always had fires; it's always been a part of nature, and it's always recovered," Jay Kehne,of Conservation Northwest told Newsweek. "But ... these fires that are occurring now have the threat that didn't exist in ancient history."
Record-breaking temperatures were recorded in parts of western Canada and the U.S. Northwest over the past week.
The Republican lawmaker is being criticized for drawing an analogy between vaccine mandates and the Holocaust.
"Right now we have to act and act fast," Biden said at the White House during a meeting with governors from western states. "We're late in the game here."
The Pacific Northwest region is experiencing temperatures between 25 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit higher than the typical average.
Several U.S. states have set up promotions and lotteries to encourage residents to get their COVID vaccines.
Ellis, 33, died on March 3, 2020, from lack of oxygen due to being restrained. His death was ruled a homicide by the Pierce County medical examiner.
The big cat has been relocated by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife and tagged in case of a "repeat offense."
The group is awaiting approval of its application by the courts, before it must secure at least 1.5 million signatures in 270 days to run a recall election.
Police in Washington state have been unable to solve the disappearance of the four-year-old in 2003.
White people looking to book a vaccination appointment at one of four sites listed at the website of the African American Reach and Teach Health Ministry are instead being directed to join a waiting list.
The eagle, which died after touching the power line, was taken to the Washington State Patrol as it was a protected species.
"She's a big cat, I didn't think she could fit down a chimney," Caitlyn Wertenberger said after her missing 19-pound tuxedo cat Piper was found lodged in the chimney of a neighbor's house.
The court's decision potentially upends years' worth of convictions, imprisonment and related fines, leaving prosecutors, lawyers and legislators unsure how to proceed.
When we legitimize a movement that treats police as an enemy to be confronted, it should not come as a shock that people will feel empowered to do just that.
"I'm waiting for Pres Biden to condemn violence/looting/arson last two days in Oregon & Washington state," Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) tweeted on Thursday.
The customer could face "two felony charges, robbery and assault 2nd degree for his poor decision to escalate the situation," according to police.
Leah Zaccaria, owner of HauteYoga in Queen Anne Seattle, told Newsweek that her business is a "spiritual practice."
Photos shared on social media on Thursday showed the block surrounded by wooden pallets forming a makeshift wall.
If Biden needs someone to play the part and please progressives, without getting anything done that could hurt the administration, Inslee is his best bet.
There is a way to slow the spread of COVID, while also helping the economy. It starts and ends with promoting mitigation efforts.
This year, experts predict voting by mail will surge, especially if voters receive ballots automatically. But not all states have tried-and-tested mechanisms in place.