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Rain has moderated activity of the Schneider Springs Fire burning northwest of Naches, officials said Sunday, allowing more people to return home. As of 3 p.m., all Level 3 "go now" evacuation … more
MINNEAPOLIS — Damon Thibodeaux escaped death row when DNA helped exonerate him of a murder he didn't commit. Then COVID-19 killed him. "It's so unfair," said Steve Kaplan, a retired … more
The Federal Bureau of Investigation declassified a secret internal memo on its investigation into allegations that Saudi Arabia’s government provided assistance to the terrorists that carried … more
An 53-year-old Elma man fell asleep while driving and crashed head-on into a Seattle driver Saturday afternoon, according to Washington State Patrol. The injured Seattle woman, 25, was flown to … more
The semi tractor-trailer was southbound on Interstate 5 along Washington's west side when it rear-ended another semi stopped in traffic near Kalama. That explosive collision on May 14, 1991, … more
A familiar and melancholic feeling struck Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue Chief John Nohr on the night of July 23 — when Clark County sheriff's Detective Jeremy Brown was killed in the line of … more
For two decades, Barry Brown dreamed of the Pacific Crest Trail. The 2,650-mile route that winds its way from Canada to Mexico seemed like a wonderful adventure. A challenge and something that … more
A new nonprofit has entered the conservation fray, and is focusing on reforming how Washington state manages its wildlife and ecosystems. "Washington Wildlife First" will set its sights on … more
Thurston County saw more than triple the number of COVID-19 cases and over five times the number of deaths in August than it did in July. State data show the county added 3,164 cases, 183 … more
STONYCREEK, Pa. — Stopping to pay his respects at the Flight 93 National Memorial between visits to New York City and the Pentagon, President Joe Biden walked the Wall of Names on Saturday and … more
NEW YORK — The families of 9/11, beneath a blue sky reminiscent of a clear September morning 20 years ago, gathered once more Saturday to remember those killed in the terrorist attack that … more
Former President George W. Bush took a thinly veiled swipe at the Jan. 6 insurrectionists and other U.S. political extremists during a 9/11 speech Saturday, calling them “children of the same … more
A 45-year-old Chehalis woman was arrested in Centralia Friday after allegedly defecating in Fort Borst Park and exposing herself to a juvenile, according to the Centralia Police … more
OLYMPIA — The largest state employee's union has agreed to a deal with Gov. Jay Inslee's office to require vaccinations of its members. The Washington Federation of State Employees approved … more
OLYMPIA — A Douglas County judge ruled Friday that a legal challenge to Washington's new tax on capital gains can move forward. The ruling by Douglas County Superior Court Judge Brian Huber … more
Gov. Jay Inslee's sweeping COVID-19 vaccine mandate impacts more than 800,000 workers in Washington state, though it remains unclear how strictly the requirement will be enforced when it comes to … more
Twenty years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, no military service has undergone more of a transformation than the U.S. National Guard.  The force of 440,000 soldiers and aviators — … more
CHICAGO -- Many of them enlisted after the horrors of 9/11. And now, two decades later, the 2.8 million service members who served in Afghanistan and Iraq face unique challenges, from trying to … more
Every morning since March, carpenter Dominick Domingo wakes up, dons a hardhat, and commutes from Staten Island to the construction site of a performing arts center on Fulton Street in … more
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks left the U.S. with national trauma, two decades of war, and the biggest shuffle of federal bureaucracy in American history. The Department of Homeland Security took … more
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