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SISTERS, Ore. - About 600 residents are under evacuation orders in a prime eclipse-viewing location in Oregon threatened by the "Milli Wildfire" that has closed access to part of a wilderness area and a regional highway.
One person was killed in the crash, according to The Oregonian.
A juvenile gray whale stranded on a remote beach in Washington has been freed.
The jackpot is one of the largest in U.S. history.
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It's been nearly a month since the state legislature adjourned without a deal on a capital budget or the Hirst water rights issue that's put some rural home construction on hold.
Planning on making a last minute trip to see the eclipse? Here's what it will cost you.
People and pets should avoid contact with water that contains algae.
Two police officers in Jacksonville and two police officers in Kissimmee were shot on Friday night, according to authorities.
Can't make it to Oregon? There are plenty of places in Seattle to watch this once-in-decades event.
Michael Bennett was not alone when he sat for the anthem.
Updates from NFL writers and reporters covering the Seahawks.
Construction of rain gardens in Lynnwood is underway thanks to settlement money paid by Snohomish County after a lawsuit over the Clean Water Act.
A Pierce County judge is hoping to change the "gavel gap" and get more diversity in the courtroom.
Pickett Bridge was named after Captain George E. Pickett, who built Fort Bellingham and also fought with Virginia in the Civil War.
Despite the total solar eclipse still being days away, heavy traffic that began Wednesday is still clogging a Central Oregon highway.