EPA mum on waste taken from Texas sites
By MICHAEL BIESECKER
Another 'fatberg' threatens London
British engineers are studying ways to dispose of yet another oversize “fatberg” threatening London's aged sewers.
Flood insurance director says changes are needed
By KEN SWEET
Flood insurance is on people's minds again after hurricanes Harvey in Texas and Irma in Florida.
Sex offenders claim McNeil Island water is making them sick
By MARTHA BELLISLE
The Department of Corrections has asked the Legislature for money to replace pipes and drill test wells, but lawmakers have yet to approve any.
Trade panel: Low-cost solar imports hurt U.S. companies
By MATTHEW DALY
Oregon-based SolarWorld Americas was one of two firms that brought the case, saying a flood of imports have pushed them to the brink of extinction.
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