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UPDATED: Wed., June 5, 2019, 4:52 p.m.

NCAA moving men’s 3-point line to international distance

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel announced Wednesday that the arc will be moved to 22 feet, 1 3/4 inches for the 2019-20 season, matching the international distance.

WDFW commission adopts hunting rule, seasons

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife commission adopted hunting seasons and regulations this month.

Let’s talk: How to hold family meetings

Far from the workplace, the agenda requires an informal check-in regularly. All corporate voices are heard down to the 3-year-old. It’s the family meeting – what more therapists and parent …

Senate looms as big test for changes to U.S. fishing laws

Fishermen and environmentalists are at odds over a suite of changes to American fishing laws that was approved by the House of Representatives, and the proposal faces a new hurdle …

Playing by the rules: ‘Do’s and ‘don’t’s in Spokane’s park system

Recent rule changes outlawed camping, prohibited pot smoking and created new hours for the city’s park system. Here are some other regulations to know within the city’s neighborhood parks.

Olympia passes rules for city-sanctioned homeless camps

The Olympia City Council has approved new rules for permitted homeless camps, part of a larger effort to address the city’s homeless crisis.

UPDATED: Wed., March 28, 2018, 1:50 p.m.

Facebook revamps privacy tools as tighter EU rules draw near

Facebook is giving its privacy tools a makeover as it reels from criticisms over its data practices and faces tighter European regulations in the coming months.

It’s a catch: NFL owners approve simplified catch language

Maybe it’s too late for Jesse James and the Steelers or Zach Miller and the Bears.

Olympia gets rid of its anti-panhandling rules following Supreme Court decision

The city of Olympia has removed references to panhandling from its municipal code in response to a Washington state Supreme Court decision that partially invalidated a Lakewood ordinance restricting panhandling.

San Francisco approves rules on recreational pot stores

Following weeks of emotional and detailed debate over where to allow new stores, San Francisco supervisors approved regulations for the sale of recreational marijuana when it becomes legal in California …

Twitter bans ads from Kremlin-funded RT and Sputnik, but they can still tweet

Twitter Inc. said Thursday that it will no longer accept advertising from Sputnik and Russia Today, pointing to the U.S. intelligence community’s conclusion that the two Kremlin-funded news organizations were …

Twitter toughens abuse rules – and now has to enforce them

Twitter is enacting new policies around hate, abuse and advertisements, but having rules is only half the battle – the easy half.

Democrats, seeking credit for House ethics reversal, watch it go to Trump

Donald Trump’s ability to massage, manipulate, or completely upend the news cycle, which ended up flummoxing Democrats in 2016, emerged anew in the half-day furor over a change to the …

Montana grizzly hunt rules challenged in court

Animal advocates are suing Montana officials over rules for grizzly bear hunts that would kick in if the U.S. government moves ahead with its proposal to lift the animals’ federal …

Hearing set on marina rules

BOISE – A major overhaul of Idaho’s rules for marinas and docks on state-owned lakes is up for public comment Wednesday at a hearing in Coeur d’Alene. At issue is …