City suspends fines for food in garbage
Seattle residents who toss food waste in the trash won't be fined starting July 1 as initially proposed.
Workers use remote-controlled crane to remove 52 'pencil' tanks at Hanford
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Scientists: 143M in U.S. live in quake-prone areas
That's because more people have moved into the quake-prone West Coast and some quake zones were recently expanded, according to researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Wanapum Dam fix: $86.5M
That total is about $25 million over the original estimate of $61 million for repairs, mitigation and lost revenue due to the need to lower the water levels behind the dam.
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