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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued a rare subpoena to obtain "black box" data from a Toyota Tundra truck that was involved in a fatal collision in 2007. The subpoena, a copy of which was obtained by The Times, was issued to...
Staff reporterLawmakers are stepping up their fight to keep a fleet of NOAA research ships and 175 jobs in Seattle. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research center has been on Lake Union for almost 50 years. Earlier this month the organization...
Staff reporterTomorrow Senators are expected to vote on pumping $2 billion dollars into the Cash For Clunkers program. Right now, it's running on fumes and without more money the White House has said the program would go broke by Friday. Local car dealers say the...
Tags: Inventories, Dodge, Vehicles, Passenger Cars, Politics
Staff reporterThe National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration on Tuesday picked Newport, Ore., to be the new base for its research ship operations on the Pacific Coast. The operations center currently sits near Seattle's Lake Union. In addition to Seattle,...
"National Pipeline Safety Day" Resolution Highlights Remembrance of Deadly Pipeline Explosion In Bellingham Ten Years Ago10 years ago today a deadly pipeline explosion in Bellingham killed three people, including two boys and destroyed wildlife in Whatcom Creek. More than a quarter million gallons of gas poured into Whatcom Creek on June 10, 1999 when the 16 inch gas...
Tags: Death, Petroleum Industry, Family, Rivers, Health
Web ReporterSenator Maria Cantwell says we'll get a state-of-the-art Coastal Doppler Radar in September 2011. That's a year earlier than expected. The National Weather Service it will be better able to predict storms in our state. The National Oceanic and...
The Swampby Noam Levey and Janet Hook Despite months of outward ambivalence about creating a government health insurance plan, the Obama White House has launched a behind-the-scenes campaign to get divided Senate Democrats to take up some version of the idea......
GreenspaceMonday was to be a launch party for supporters of a congressional push to limit greenhouse gas emissions and boost domestic energy production. Sens. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.), Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) were to roll out their......
GreenspaceThe Alphonse and Gaston routine of executives from the three companies involved in the explosion of the giant Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico failed to impress members of the Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee on......
The Swampby Lisa Mascaro Despite last-minute efforts to win hold-outs, the Senate fell two votes short this afternoon of the 60 needed to advance the financial regulation bill. A do-over vote could come as soon as Thursday. Two Democrats broke......
The SwampAn exuberant Sen. Chris Dodd is flanked by Sens. Harry Reid and Dick Durbin, with Sens. Blanche Lincoln and Mark Warner in the background, after the Senate passed a sweeping regulatory overhaul bill Thursday night. (Getty/Mark Wilson) by Janet......
GreenspaceOn a day when three Capitol Hill hearings were held on the BP oil spill, the level of anger and frustration was rising over the continuing leak and uncertainty over when it will be plugged. During a hearing held by......
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