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  1. Diana Engel, lawyer and co-founder of Levine music school, dies at 77Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Diana R. Engel, a lawyer who in the 1970s was one of the founders of Levine Music, a multi-campus school for music and arts education in the Washington region, died Jan. 13 at her home in the District. She was 77. Ms.


  2. Healthy Pet LogoRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Pet Product News

    Healthy Pet, based in Ferndale, Wash., has been awarded S.T.A.R.T. certification from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. To qualify, a business must earn a total recordable incident rate below Occupational Safety and Health Administration's average rate in its North American Industry Classification System and must undergo comprehensive assessments from Labor & Industries' Risk Management, Safety and Health Consultation staff.


  3. Boeing tops 4Q forecasts but tamps down 2015 expectationsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | HeraldNet

    ... by a shortage of expensive, high-end seats supplied by Zodiac Aerospace , a French company that owns several Washington-based aerospace suppliers. The shortages affected some deliveries and 'some fall in our production system,' Boeing CEO Jim ...


  4. Washington-area obituaries of noteRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Laura R. Brown, 82, who sold real estate in Fairfax County, purchased and renovated houses for investment and resale, and ran a financial advisory firm, died Dec. 17 at her home in Washington. The cause was arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, said a daughter, Lynda M. Brown.


  5. This Week At The Washington Auto Show: Sports Stars, Children's...Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    The Washington Auto Show's legendary Hands-On Contest is back! The hottest reality TV show in town began on Tuesday as nine Washingtonians compete for a brand-new Hyundai! The contestants must physically maintain contact with the vehicle through Sunday at noon, with only 15-minute breaks every three hours. Who do you think will drive home with the Hyundai?! .


  6. Toyota recalling 52,000 Avalons due to wiring problemRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane

    ... off a few pictures while the moose roamed about and ate off of trees. Seahawks fever is spreading not only in Washington, but throughout the country! In response, health care provider Group Health is changing its name to "Group Hawks." Seahawks ...


  7. Sarah Palin and her onetime fans on the right: It's so overRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Washington Post

    ... ya when your back is bent. So strengthen it. Then The Man can't ride ya." "Quite petty," wrote Byron York in the Washington Examiner. "A long and incoherent speech," in the view of Craig Robinson of the Iowa Republican blog. "The foreordained ...


  8. States set spring chinook, smelt seasonsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Columbian

    Washington and Oregon adopted the spring chinook seasons for the lower and mid-Columbia River on Wednesday leaving anglers little left do now except wait another six weeks until the salmon start arriving. On Wednesday, Washington and Oregon adopted a season of March 1 through April 10 from I-5 to Beacon Rock for boaters and upstream to Bonneville Dam for bank anglers.


  9. Ewu QB Adams says he has scholarship offer from OregonRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Eastern Washington's record-setting quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. says he has received a scholarship offer from Oregon and will visit the school this weekend. The strong-armed Adams, who will be a senior next season, owns nearly every major passing record at Eastern Washington, a perennial FCS power.


  10. Clinton's world is dropping the pretenseRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | KXLY-TV Spokane

    ... about spending time in those states --- she's not going anywhere." Of course, it is the worst kept secret in Washington that Clinton is running for president. In the past two months, the former first lady has hired a number of top staffers and been ...


  11. Hit winter beaches for the Northwest’s best oystersRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    ... by County and Alphabetized." Note: A state-issued shellfish/seaweed harvesting license ($16.30 annually for Washington residents ages 16-69) is required for anyone 15 years of age or older to harvest clams and oysters. Details, including harvesting ...


  12. Pennsylvania shop owner makes deflated chocolate footballRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane

    ... candy maker is getting a big kick out of the New England Patriots' scandal over some deflated footballs. The (Washington) Observer-Reporter ( http://bit.ly/1wzxQsz ) reports that Bill Sarris had his Canonsburg staff make a chocolate football with a ...


  13. Legislators Owe Taxpayers a Formal Vote on Expanding Medicaid in Washington StateRead the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Policy Center

    In 2013, legislators and the governor in Washington state decided to accept the ACA's expanded Medicaid program. A formal vote was not taken, however.


  14. Washington woman, boyfriend dead in apparent murder-suicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Honolulu Advertiser

    GRAHAM, Wash. >> A Pierce County, Washington, sheriff's spokesman says detectives think a woman fatally shot her estranged boyfriend, then drove to a church parking lot and killed herself.


  15. 'How the Civil War Changed Washington' at Anacostia Community Museum: Monday, Feb. 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | City Paper

    While the Civil War tore the nation in half just south of the District's borders, it also paused building projects, like the Washington Monument , and altered social and cultural patterns in D.C. Some remnants, like the forts , were turned into parks and still serve as reminders of the city's transformation from defenseless town to fortified capital. D.C.'s demographics also changed during the war, when slaves walked off their owner's plantations and joined the Union's cause; surrounded by two slave states, the city got a population bump after the Emancipation Proclamation.


  16. REI to Build Flagship Store in Washington D.C.Read the original story

    Yesterday | Sporting Goods Business

    REI , will open its fifth flagship store in the Washington D.C. area in late 2016 at the site chosen by President Eisenhower for his inaugural ball and by the Beatles for their first concert in the U.S. The REI flagship will serve the fast growing outdoor community in the region, including more than 281,000 REI members who live in and around Washington, D.C. already. The new REI will be a place to inspire, educate and outfit people who want to live more of their lives outside no matter their skill level or outdoor interest.


  17. Wolf kill last hope for caribouRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... hunters who face this grim task. The South Selkirk mountain caribou herd, which ranges between B.C., Idaho and Washington, has been the target of intensive conservation efforts by governments on both sides of the border. Six of the remaining 18 ...


  18. EDITORIAL | Attorney general wants to raise smoking ageRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Madison Park Times

    Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced last week that he'd like Washington to become the first state to raise the smoking age to 21, rather than 18, where it currently sits. The change would be made through a state House and Senate bill via the Health Care and Wellness Committee, to match alcohol and marijuana laws, according to a KOMO News article.


  19. AP Analysis: Youth concussion laws pushed by NFL lack biteRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Houston Chronicle

    ... holds a model of the brain as he speaks to reporters in Seattle, a day after he performed brain surgery on Washington quarterback Johnny DuRocher to remove a tumor that was discovered as a result of DuRocher suffering a concussion in a college ...


  20. Island, Skagit consider splitting regional transportation managementRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | South Whidbey Record

    ... to make an intelligent decision" and vice versa. Todd Carlson, the region's planning and operations manager for Washington Department of Transportation, said the SIRTPO can be restructured to address both local and regional concerns. "In my own ...