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The first positive rabies bat of the year was discovered in Thurston County this week, marking the fourth overall in Washington state. Three bats were collected in the county for testing … more
Donald Salave'a started mumbling something under his breath as he sat in a Tacoma police patrol car on May 23 waiting to get booked into jail. It was the second time he'd been in that position … more
Kennewick police have arrested two teens for killing a 17-year-old former football player in April. Jacob A. Young Jr., 18, was booked shortly before noon Tuesday on a $1 million warrant for … more
OLYMPIA — Officials with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington State Department of Agriculture are asking property owners and residents to check their trees, … more
A Whatcom County man is suspected of pushing, slapping, choking and whipping a woman he is familiar with and using physical force to rape her, even while police were outside attempting to get … more
The amount of monkeypox cases in Washington state has been increasing according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. On Aug. 1, Washington's case count was only 123, but … more
Technology that measures how the eye's pupil respond to light is showing promise in research as a childhood screening tool for autism — with a goal of toddler-age interventions that could … more
The Evergreen State College in Olympia is offering cash to 100 former students who started their degrees at the four-year public liberal arts college but did not complete them. The first 100 … more
On the 111th episode of News Dump, Aaron VanTuyl, Eric Schwartz and Franklin Taylor and discuss the attendance figures from the SWW Fair, the fair’s rodeo, a breakdown of what livestock animals … more
Life expectancy dropped in 2020 by nearly two years across the United States — mostly due to COVID-19 and drug overdoses, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and … more
WASHINGTON — A high-powered task force is urging universal free meals for schoolchildren, removal of a ban on some felons receiving food stamps, and establishment of a “farmer … more
WASHINGTON — Working from home during the pandemic became a surprising success. Many workers enjoyed a better quality of life plus savings on commuting, office wardrobe and other expenses. … more
WASHINGTON — The White House’s annual update to its most recent budget forecasts shows a brighter near-term picture for federal finances but a gloomier outlook for inflation and economic … more
Gasoline prices are on the biggest streak of declines since 2015, a relief for both consumers and President Joe Biden who has made fighting inflation a central theme ahead of November midterm … more
President Joe Biden reportedly plans to announce a long-awaited plan to forgive up to $10,000 in student loans and extend the COVID-19 pause in repayments one more time. After months of … more
Authorities on Monday identified the hiker who fell 100 feet to her death near Multnomah Falls last week as a 62-year-old woman from Minnesota. They released no other information about what … more
Dawn Walker, a Canadian author accused of fleeing to Oregon under an assumed name after faking her death and the death of her 7-year-old son, is expected to be driven back to the border Wednesday by … more
The South Thurston Economic Development Initiative (STEDI) held its monthly meeting on Aug. 19 at the Rainier Senior Center. Commissioners from Thurston County, along with representatives from … more
Drought conditions in the Pacific Northwest are not nearly as severe as they were last year, but some areas are still seeing severe, extreme and even exceptional drought. About 38.5% of the region … more
Millions of Washingtonians recently became eligible for free or discounted hospital care after an update to a state law went into effect last month, a significant step toward eliminating residents' … more
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