SEATTLE (AP) — A Nigerian man suspected in Washington state’s $650 million unemployment fraud was arrested Friday at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport by federal agents as he allegedly attempted to leave the country.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington is on track to fully reopen its economy by June 30, and a full reopening could happen even sooner if 70% or more of residents over age 16 have gotten at least one dose of vaccine by then, Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday.
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- Pfizer COVID-19 shot expanded to children as young as 12
- Remember when unpaid traffic tickets would cost you your license in WA? That's in the rearview mirror now
- Gov. Inslee signs bill requiring 'just cause' eviction
- Sea-Tac airport testing pilot virtual queuing program
- Washington sues travel insurance company for excluding mental health coverage
- 4-year-old boy buys $2,600 worth of SpongeBob popsicles on Amazon (without asking mom)
- Federal aid is on the way to those needing a break on their internet bill
- WDFW to host live “Hand-raised trout to home-cooked meal” virtual event
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday will ease indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places, according to a person briefed on the announcement.
OLYMPIA - Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson was one of 44 attorneys general to sign a collectively written letter urging Facebook to abandon plans to develop Instagram Kids. Instagram Kids is a new Instagram platform exclusively for children under the age of 13.
SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state is suing the travel insurance company Allianz, saying that its policy of excluding mental health issues from coverage is discriminatory.
BROOKLYN, Ny. -- 4-year-old Noah from Brooklyn, New York apparently loves SpongeBob Square Pants so much, he purchased $2,618.85 worth of SpongeBob popsicles from Amazon.
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