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VANCOUVER, Wash., March 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Hospitals and emergency facilities across the U.S. are making provisions to accommodate the unprecedented spread of COVID-19. The current demand for emergency response puts an overwhelming strain on old and new infrastructure and the power system serving the life support demand. Backup diesel power systems are often relied on to support any system failures. However, FOI Laboratories, a diesel fuel testing laboratory in Vancouver, Washington, says these backup systems may fail for a number of preventable reasons.

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SEATTLE, March 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Amperity, the first AI-powered Customer Data Platform (CDP), today announced that Chris Chapo will join the company as VP of Customer Success. Chris comes to Amperity with over two decades of retail analytics experience, most recently as SVP of Data and Analytics at Gap Inc. Chris will be responsible for expanding Amperity's analytics and customer intelligence offering following Amperity's recent acquisition of Custora's customer analytics platform.

The Washington State Legislature once again is attempting to make government records more obscure, this time by trying to shield public employee birthdates from disclosure with the introduction of HB 1888.

Yakama Nation Fisheries, in collaboration with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and University of Idaho, released 32 Pacific lamprey into the Yakima River on Saturday, April 21. Gathered on the bank of the river adjacent to Wine Country Road, a group of about 30 people learned about the life cycle, adult passage and tribal culture surrounding Pacific lamprey.

The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office has added a Commercial Vehicle Education-Enforcement Deputy to the Traffic Unit.

Volunteer registration is open for anyone who wants to help count the number of people who walk or ride bicycles to their destinations during a three-day survey starting Tuesday, Sept. 26.