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Fire danger is very high in western and central Washington

DNR responded to 40 new wildfire incidents today

TVW to webcast county aerospace summit live

More than 300 people expected to attend growing event

Recovery Funds Keep Cops on the Job in Snohomish and Skagit

U.S. Representative Rick Larsen (WA-02) today announced more than $1 million in recovery dollars for local police departments in Burlington, Everett and Snohomish, Washington.

A Last-Minute Healthcare Plea to WA Lawmakers

AARP Converges on Congress for Pre-Recess Meetings

Fire season snapshot: High number of fires, low number of acres burned

Outlook for continued dry conditions and record heat statewide

Larsen to Host “Conversations with Veterans” Across Northwest Washington

Veterans Forums in Five Counties to Focus on Veterans’ Health Care, Benefits, Job Training

SR 20 North Cascades Highway closed due to mudslide

A mudslide west of Rainy Pass has closed SR 20 in both directions at the east- and west-side closure gates until Thursday afternoon, July 30

Cooling Shelters

Stevens sends open letter to Murray, Cantwell and Larsen urging “no” vote on Obama’s national health insurance plan

en. Val Stevens, R-Arlington, today announced she has sent an open letter to Washington’s U.S. Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell and her own U.S. Representative, Rick Larsen urging them to reject President Obama’s “public health option.”

Larsen: We Are One Step Closer to Health Care Reform that Works for Washington State

U.S. Representative Rick Larsen (WA-02) today praised an agreement that brings Congress one step closer to passing health care reform that works for Washington state.