Articles published Thu, Jan 19, 2012
WSDOT and WSP face challenging circumstances as they work to keep roadways open, passable
OLYMPIA – Two Washington State Department of Transportation workers injured today while helping keep state roadways open during the winter storm are expected to make full recoveries, WSDOT said today.
Power Outages Raise Threat of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Center for Hyperbaric Medicine At Virginia Mason Issues Safety Alert
PUD Offers Tips for Weathering the Cold Spell
Snohomish County PUD offers the following advice to keep your energy consumption under control during the cold spell and still be comfortable and safe:
Road crews continue clearing roads of snow and storm debris
OLYMPIA – Commutes will remain difficult through the night and into Friday as this winter storm continues to pack a punch.
Entire state feeling impact from ice storm
Collisions and tree limbs are piling up on state highways, the Washington State Department of Transportation said today.
Ice storm impacting travel; trees down on some roadways
OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Transportation today urged drivers to use extreme caution because of ice on roadways from freezing rain.
Sleepless In The Bahamas
LAURA ON LIFE
PACIFIC NORTHWEST BALLET PRESENTS
The holidays may be over, but there's still time for families to bundle up and go waltzing in a winter wonderland, as Pacific Northwest Ballet presents its ninth annual Winter Wonderland Ball, an all-ages gala to benefit Pacific Northwest Ballet School.
5th Avenue Free Community Day: February 4, ALL DAY
GET TICKETS TO THE FREE SHOW SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, ONLY