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Survivors of the Oct. 1, 2017, Las Vegas shooting are still struggling to put their lives back together one year later. Chris Gilman, right, of Bonney Lake, Wash., says she still has the urge to look behind her whenever she leaves her home. Her wife, Aliza Correa, and two off-duty sheriff’s deputies helped save her.

Washington Couple Learning To Cope A Year After Near-Death At Las Vegas Concert Mass Shooting

In the year since the 48-year-old was nearly killed in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, Chris Gilman has had to get used to living with fear: She has nightmares about family members getting shot, she only sits in spots in restaurants where she can see the exits, and she has to mentally prepare herself for movies that might include rapid gunfire. Continue Reading Washington Couple Learning To Cope A Year After Near-Death At Las Vegas Concert Mass Shooting

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The Plutonium Finishing Plant at the Hanford nuclear reservation in Southeast Washington. CREDIT: ANNA KING

Hanford’s Radioactive Waste-Filled Tunnel 2 Set For Grouting After Comment And Study Process

Another large tunnel of radioactive waste will be grouted closed at Hanford. That was the decision Friday by the Washington Department of Ecology. The long process goes back to when another tunnel, simply called Tunnel 1, partially collapsed in May 2017. Continue Reading Hanford’s Radioactive Waste-Filled Tunnel 2 Set For Grouting After Comment And Study Process

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