Calls and crime are down, at least one jail turned detainees loose and new protocols are designed to minimize contacts but “We’re still police officers. We’re still enforcing the law.”
Decline ripples beyond job losses and bankruptcy filings as support for providers of social services drops amid rising need.
Photographer, cartoonist, worker advocate and locomotive driver Alan Nash connects people to a place, an industry and a blue-collar workforce in transition.
UW law professor says he will be surprised if SCOTUS takes on case regarding Powder River Basin coal shipments to Washington state.
Economies of scale, shifting markets and over-capacity will all play into PRB coal’s fate, analysts say.