Oso: 6 Months Later

Oso Landslide

Six months after a hillside gave way and buried 43 people in the town of Oso, the community is taking another step toward recovery with the return of normal traffic on Highway 530.
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Rally set to bring home remains of Air Force major

U.S. Air Force

ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP) -- Family and friends in central Washington are planning a rally to help bring home the remains of a U.S. Air Force major who was shot down while flying a mission in North Vietnam in 1968.
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2 cases of severe respiratory illness confirmed in Washington State

RESPIRATORY VIRUS

Seattle Children's Hospital says two children have tested positive for a severe respiratory illness. The hospital says the children who contracted enterovirus D68 had preexisting health conditions. They were both stable enough to be discharged from the facility earlier this week.
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Oregon minimum wage increases by 15 cents

Minimum Wage

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- The state Bureau of Labor and Industries says more than 140,000 Oregon workers will get a pay raise when the minimum wage goes up the first of the year.
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Jobless Report Shows Growth in Oregon

Jobs Report

  Oregon's jobless rate has risen as workers join the labor force in greater numbers than employers create jobs. Oregon's jobless rate has risen as workers join the labor force in greater numbers than employers create jobs.  
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Yakima Kids Awaiting Test Results for Possible Enterovirus

RESPIRATORY VIRUS

Children in our area could be at risk for a severe respiratory illness known at Enterovirus D68.
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