VANCOUVER —Local officials pleaded their case for re-opening talks about an Interstate 5 Bridge replacement during a Washington State Transportation Commission meeting Wednesday at the Port of Vancouver.
SEATTLE — “Animators are actors,” said Pixar’s Michael Stocker, in town to talk about his latest project, the “Finding Nemo” sequel “Finding Dory” (in theaters Friday, June 17). “We’re delivering a performance.”
SEATTLE — The parents of John and Tony Reed were arrested Tuesday at their home in Ellensburg, accused of rendering criminal assistance to their two sons, who fled to Mexico after John B. Reed allegedly killed an Arlington couple in April.
SEATTLE — The management and staff of Neighbours, a Seattle gay nightclub targeted two and a half years ago in an attack with haunting similarities to the mass killings at Pulse Orlando, is expressing its condolences over the tragedy.
SEATTLE — To accommodate new state graduation requirements, a district task force is recommending that Seattle high schools switch to a trimester system starting in fall 2017, with five periods each day.
SEATTLE — A federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order preventing Seattle City Light from disclosing the location of FBI cameras and other surveillance equipment hidden on some of the city’s utility poles.
SEATTLE — During a visit to Raisbeck Aviation High School on Thursday, Randy Dorn, the state’s top schools official, asked a few students their names, grade levels and where they were from. Students come from all over the region to go to Aviation, so Dorn was curious about the students’ home districts.
WALLA WALLA — Gov. Jay Inslee, concerned about a paucity of behavioral health workers, Tuesday announced Washington state’s Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board and the Health Workforce Council will study current and projected shortages.