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Forest Service Road 52, also known as Skate Creek Road, is blocked at milepost 18.5 after an “impassable” landslide on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The road is managed by the Gifford Pinchot … more
Diggers got the go-ahead from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) on Thursday to proceed with razor clam digs starting Dec. 13. “We had a great tide series of clam … more
OLYMPIA — Thousands of Washington households will receive a little extra money this month, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced Wednesday morning. The payouts are the result of … more
The case of the poisoned wolves in Stevens County remains unsolved. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife said in a news release Monday that it's still investigating the deaths of six … more
A Clarkston man arrested in 2019 during an online child-sex sting has been found guilty in federal court. A federal jury deliberated for less than two hours Wednesday before finding David Elmo … more
Two bodies found Saturday afternoon on JBLM land have been identified as Davido and Karen A. Koep, a Thurston County couple that went missing Nov. 10. Both died as a result of multiple gunshot … more
Firefighters helped rescue students from a bus that got stuck in flood waters northwest of Black Lake Tuesday morning. The incident occurred on Delphi Road Southwest between Cedar Flats Road and … more
A teenager who died in a Lakewood swamp during a police pursuit has been publicly identified by the Pierce County Medical Examiner's Office. Nicholas Woody II, 16, was in a stolen car with four … more
Legislators should increase state funding for DNA testing and forensic genetic genealogy of unidentified human remains, a state task force recommended. The recommendations came from a Washington … more
An "incredible save" took place Tuesday night on the raging Skykomish River in Monroe, according to Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue. A man in a small aluminum boat with no oars was on the … more
The Tacoma City Council voted Tuesday to ban cat declawing, except when conducted by a licensed veterinarian for a therapeutic purpose. The move will make Tacoma the first city in Washington to … more
A 43-year-old man convicted of shooting at four Pierce County deputies in the woods of Swan Creek Park while trying to evade arrest for terrorizing his ex-girlfriend has been sentenced to more than a … more
A 72-year-old man was sentenced to 12 and a half years in federal prison after he booby-trapped his former manufactured home in southern Oregon and injured an FBI agent. After Gregory Lee … more
Two unlicensed dogs involved in a Tuesday morning attack that killed a 6-year-old boy and left his caretaker injured have been euthanized, according to the Portland Police Bureau. Multnomah County … more
Since 2010, a parade of several dozen Christmas demons has marched along Hawthorne Boulevard, singing carols and carrying switches, aiming to awe and delight passersby. Joseph Ragan, who … more
Much like a rising tide raises all boats, inflation and uncertain budget outlooks leave no one, including governments, unscathed. Higher costs, including at the Lewis County Jail, have led Lewis … more
William “Bill” L. and Mary Ann Hassler celebrated 70 years of marriage on Dec. 5. They have lived most of their lives in Washington state. They were married on Dec. 5, 1953.   … more
Following a nearly 30-year career in the U.S. Army Reserves, Lisa Spahr, daughter of Bob and Jackie Spahr, Chehalis, officially retired from her military career as a colonel at the end of last month. … more
From 2 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the Chehalis and Centralia police departments faced off in competitive bell-ringing for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. In the end, the … more
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