“It’s part of our culture to have an alcoholic drink around the holidays,” said Dr. Richard Geary III.
Washington lists the animal as endangered.
“We’ve been trying to educate people and treat people for many years,” said Andrew Thurman, MD.
Last year was the deadliest year on record for transgender violence and deaths, according to the Human Rights Campaign.
The holiday happy hour will take place on Nov. 18 at The Winemakers Reserve in Woodinville.
“This initiative shows Overlake values our employees,” said J. Michael Marsh, President and CEO.
Treehouse’s Holiday Magic program and store supported over 4,100 foster care youth in WA in 2021.
Crumbl Cookies is celebrating a grand opening for their Sammamish location until midnight today.
“I wasn’t able to make my first best friend until I lived in affordable housing,” said Yi Zhao.
Ghost shrimp are so pale and fragile that their organs are visible through their shells.
Transgender women who receive hormone therapy for at least 5 years are at risk for breast cancer.
Stagnant rates mean that if an outbreak occurs, there’s a greater risk of increased spread.
Amarone Ristorante and Bar plans on opening in late November.
An initial amount of $640,000 will be donated to a list of charitable organizations.
Mentors will be contracted from January-June of 2023 and will work with cannabis entrepreneurs.
A goal of the Host Homes project is to keep unhoused Issaquah youth in their community.
About 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime.
An analysis found that total greenhouse gas emissions have increased from population growth.
The goal of the relief is to retain workers and to assist with immediate economic needs.
The group of experts will regularly communicate about the changing issues related to cannabinoids.
The plan was passed by the Washington Legislature in 2021 under the Climate Commitment Act.
Funding for the grant was made possible by the Federal American Rescue Plan Act.
Visitors can see live salmon spawning on September 17 from 12-6 p.m.