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Top Seattle news: State to experience calm fire season, says expert; virtual pet adoption; more

Top Seattle news: State to experience calm fire season, says expert; virtual pet adoption; more
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By Hoodline - Published on April 02, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Seattle.

Fire analyst: Washington to experience calm fire season, most fire activity expected in Columbia Basin

With coronavirus "spreading like wildfire," it's good to know that we won't see that many literal wildfires this spring and summer, according to one expert.

Read the full story on www.ifiberone.com.

10 big pieces of good news for Seattle in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

In the midst of the novel coronavirus, a handful of worrisome headlines across the globe have called attention to Seattle and Washington entirely. Yet, there's also a multiplicity of happier headlines spreading throughout the city and state.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

With animal shelters closed to the public, Seattle rescues launch appointment-based adoption systems

As many in the area seek companionship among weeks of isolation, rescue groups have started rolling out virtual adoptions systems to ensure workplace safety and keep up with the high demand for adoptions.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

Port of Seattle Commissioners bar evictions of tenants

Port of Seattle Commissioners voted today on a small package of relief for tenants at all of its facilities. Commissioners voted to bar evictions of tenants at all Port facilities until June 30.

Read the full story on Q13FOX.


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