There's already a debate brewing over the Kennewick School District's decision to allow parents to supply their own helmet for their middle school or high school football player, amid growing national concerns of concussions.
It's not a widespread trend, but a number of incidents have been reported recently about vaping units, or e-cigs, exploding in people's mouths or hands. At least 4 such incidents have happened in Washington state alone.
The City council this week authorized funding for the creation of at least three "transitional" camps for homeless people; which can be located on city property, private land, or grounds owned by educational major institutions.
The Department of Ecology and the Utilities and Transportation Commission have released a report about the safety of railroad crossings in Washington state, and the list is in the thousands when it comes to deficient crossings.
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