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A Ferndale woman is facing an assault charge after she allegedly used a glass bottle to hit a man in the back of the head after a nearby dog bit her. Skylar Dawn Ruiz, 22, was charged Monday, July … more
Last fall, as soaring cryptocurrency prices touched off yet another round of investor mania, one of the biggest crypto miners in Washington state was already watching the exits. Malachi Salcido, a … more
Weeks after gas prices in Washington state hit a record high, prices are starting to descend, due in part to lower local demand. In the Seattle area, gas prices are down 7% at $5.26 per gallon on … more
The number of monkeypox infections in Washington state has more than tripled in the past couple of weeks, prompting a growing number of residents frustrated with the slow pace of vaccine distribution … more
For nearly one-third of Washingtonians, immigration is not just a political issue — it's also personal. That's because in 2021, nearly 2.3 million Washington residents — 30% of the … more
Just in case Gov. Jay Inslee had forgotten about Central Washington's climate, Tuesday's hot temperatures and bright sunshine were a reminder of the Yakima Valley's typical summer weather — and … more
Most Washington voters say they have no doubt about President Joe Biden's win in the 2020 presidential election, but a third of Republicans echo Donald Trump's false insistence that he actually won, … more
Homicides increased in Washington state for the second year in a row, setting a new record as many law enforcement agencies struggle with staffing, according to an annual crime report. The … more
Washington's hospitals are facing massive financial losses after the first quarter of 2022, placing the state's health care system in the most precarious situation many hospital leaders say they've … more
Good news for folks who missed seeing the northern lights earlier this week: Continued solar flares and coronal mejections from the sun mean there may very well be other chances to catch a glimpse on … more
Washington state is not constitutionally obligated to maximize revenue from public lands solely through timber sales, the Washington Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Thursday. All nine justices … more
Washington's three Republican congresspeople voted Thursday against legislation intended to protect access to contraception nationwide, just two days after two of the three voted against a bill to … more
The U.S. House has observed multiple legislative moves recently to protect vulnerable rights after Roe v. Wade was overturned in June, including the codification of a person's right to … more
The four-year maintenance and operation levy that accounts for almost half of West Thurston Regional Fire Authority’s funding expires this year.  Rather than ask voters to renew the … more
Federal lawmakers are making swift moves to reduce impacts on protected rights in the aftermath of Roe v. Wade being overturned. Among them, Congress members are seeking to protect marriage equality … more
SOAP LAKE — A UPS driver helped save the life of a child who had stopped breathing in a pool at the Smokiam Resort Wednesday afternoon. Grant County Sheriff's Office Public Information … more
The trial for the Amanda Park man accused of killing a 46-year-old man and injuring a 12-year-old in Chehalis in December will be delayed to January 2023, a Lewis County Superior Court judge decided … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden, the oldest person to ever hold the office, tested positive for the coronavirus Thursday, but said his symptoms were mild and credited vaccines and booster … more
WASHINGTON — The House on Thursday passed legislation that would codify the federal right to contraception, although the measure faces slim odds in the Senate because of GOP concerns about the … more
The Kremlin is in a dash to hold referendums in Ukrainian territories occupied by its troops to give grounds for President Vladimir Putin to absorb them into Russia as early as September, according … more
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