Wenatchee Teacher Returning to Work After Student Drowning

The Wenatchee High School teacher who was fired after a student drowned in the school pool will return to work next term.
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Washington State Rejects Hanford Proposal

Hanford Waste

The state of Washington is rejecting the U.S. Department of Energy's proposal to amend the federal court agreement governing cleanup of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, the nation's most polluted nuclear weapons production site.
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Residents Refusing to Drink Fecal Contaminated Water

Fecal Contamination

Mark Mccallun has been living at the Locust Mobile Home Park in Umatilla County for one year and said ever since he heard about fecal contamination in the water coming through his faucets, he sticks with drinking filtered water.
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Oso Volunteers Likely to be Turned Away

Oso mudslide

Nearly a month after the mudslide hit Oso, hundreds of people are still searching for bodies and clearing debris, but few of them are volunteers.
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Two Rivers Correctional Institution in Umatilla Placed on Lockdown

Two Rivers Correctional Institution

Two Rivers Correctional Institution in Umatilla was placed on lockdown today after an inmate disturbance occurred in a housing unit. The institution is currently running under modified operations. Visitation is cancelled until further notice.
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Avoiding Tax Scams

Tax Scams

Today is tax day, April 15th, the day on which you either have to file your return or an extension.
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