NORTHWEST

No suspect identified as of Thursday in student killings
BY REBECCA BOONE AND NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, ASSOCIATED PRESS | November 17, 2022 at 11:50 a.m.

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HEALTH

Respiratory virus in children on the rise; pediatric beds nearly full

RSV, among others, is testing regional pediatric healthcare capacity

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ENVIRONMENT

Cascadia burning: The future of western Washington’s fire seasons

With climate change, larger fires to become more likely

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ENVIRONMENT

Lingering smoke causes unhealthy air across Whatcom

Bellingham reaches 107 Air Quality Index on Saturday

GOVERNMENT

Cayou Channel officially renamed to honor Coast Salish leader

Dedication ceremony on Oct. 2

ELECTIONS

Trump endorsee Kent gains on GOP incumbent who voted to impeach

But Newhouse holds steady

LAW & JUSTICE

Police: 2 killed in shooting in Langley, B.C.

Killer targeted homeless people

LAW & JUSTICE

Concrete man arrested with Patriot Front in Idaho

Police: Group planned to disrupt pride event

ENVIRONMENT

Canada lynx protections deal sealed by US, environmentalists

The animal threatened under the Endangered Species Act across the contiguous U.S. in 2000

ENVIRONMENT

Olympic Peninsula glaciers expected to disappear in 50 years

The Olympic Peninsula has lost 45% of its glacier coverage since 1980

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TRANSPORTATION

Alaska Air beefs up flights from Paine Field

Carrier builds back Everett service after pandemic lull

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ENVIRONMENT

PurpleAir sensors tracking local air quality

NWCAA using data to monitor local air concerns

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ENVIRONMENT

The Clean Water Act: 50 years later

A noble goal, never attained

INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS

Seattle to return nearly 300 artifacts to Upper Skagit Tribe

Seattle City Council voted to return the artifacts

NEWS OBITUARIES

Obituary: Floyd J. McKay

Veteran journalist, free-press advocate dies at 86