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The breach happened on Christmas Day when someone hacked the software company Accellion, as it temporarily stored unemployment claims information for a fraud investigation launched by the Washington State Auditor's office.
The Kent and Auburn sites each plan to vaccinated about 500 per day, six days per week, as long as they get the necessary doses from the state. Appointments at both sites are already bookd through the end of February.
The district may only offer bus service to certain schools or students, such as those from low-income families or who have transportation in their special education plans.
I think the reality is that we're on a trajectory that is positive, but it's unlikely to be a straight line toward where we're trying to go.
The Seattle City Council already approved a $4 per hour increase in pay for grocery workers in the city. May
Washington lawmakers are debating a new gas tax, the state's approach
Washington state officials are looking at whether they should seek permission to kill seals and sea lions as a means of helping the region's salmon population.
‘I'm hearing so much worry from school staff members, very often not just for themselves, but for their families or for their students. They're not convinced that the school is going to be taking all of the required measures that are needed to
The Seattle School Board has chosen a candidate to serve as interim superintendent for the next year after Denise Juneau steps down.
The city of Seattle has an ambitious goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities and serious injuries by the year 2030. But even though fewer people are driving due to the pandemic, preliminary data shows traffic deaths in Seattle barely dropped
You may be used to hearing a pushy car salesperson say, "What can I do to get you in this car?" But one big thing could be different in Washington state...
The COVID pandemic has pushed people out of homeless shelters and onto the street. Public frustration about that is leading to wider embrace of tiny house villages.
"Our goal is to not lose one single life, and so far, we've met that goal.”
‘We're looking at 150,000 families that are behind in rent. It's incumbent upon us to put some money into the system upfront to save as many of those tenancies as possible.’
It may seem like an obscure act of cartography, but how Washington State’s political maps are redrawn this year will help determine who gets elected and, in turn, the future of the state.
Oregon and Washington officials are defending their decisions on where to rank teachers in line for Covid-19 vaccines.
Students in Bellevue returned to class this week following tensions between the district and the teacher's union.
Alaska Airlines suffered a loss in 2020. The airline is now charting a course for 2021 with the aim to recover.
So far, three cases of the UK variant of the coronavirus have been detected in western Washington.
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