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The City of Chehalis will foot an extra $215,000 for the Northwest Pacific Avenue Reconstruction project currently underway between Park and Main streets due to insufficient subsurface soils found … more
While Zelda fans twiddle their thumbs until Breath of the Wild 2 and Call of Duty fans burn out after an entire pandemic full of Warzone, followers of budding independent game developers always have … more
With the delta variant of COVID-19 making up the majority of cases in Washington, Gov. Jay Inslee now recommends wearing masks indoors across the board, regardless of vaccination status. During a … more
Firefighters remained at the scene of a four-alarm blaze at the Winlock Fibre sawmill Wednesday afternoon.  The fire, which broke out early Wednesday morning, prompted a large response from … more
 MINNEAPOLIS — Violent crime increased dramatically last year across Minnesota, which saw a record number of murders, the highest number of bias crimes in 15 years and a record number of … more
LIMA — It was one of the most improbable electoral victories in recent Latin American political history. Pedro Castillo, a 51-year-old former rural elementary school teacher who has never … more
 LANSING, Mich. — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's reelection campaign, citing a 37-year-old administrative ruling related to candidates facing recall elections, is not observing the donation … more
The latest swing of senior U.S. officials through Asia indicates the Biden administration is taking a humbler tone in the region than the former president, with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken … more
WASHINGTON — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended Tuesday that some people vaccinated against COVID-19 resume wearing face masks indoors as new data indicates fully … more
President Joe Biden said he is weighing a requirement for federal workers to get vaccinated as the highly contagious delta variant spreads throughout the U.S. A COVID-19 vaccine mandate for … more
Thurston County confirmed two new COVID-19 deaths and 279 new cases in the last week, primarily among the unvaccinated. A man in his 80s died due to COVID-19 on July 19 and a woman in her 60s died … more
An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for Abran Raya Leon, accusing him of first-degree rendering criminal assistance for allegedly acting as the getaway driver following the Friday night fatal … more
A fire that started in a residential area in Rochester Monday was pushed around by changing wind conditions and required aid from multiple departments to be put out. The fire started in a field … more
PASCO — The father and stepmother of a missing 8-year-old Pasco boy are now charged with torturing his 9-year-old sister in their Tri-Cities apartment. Arrest warrants have been issued for … more
An Idaho woman was fined $5,826.99 by the federal government for improperly storing garbage and drinks in grizzly bear country, Friday. While camping in Grand Teton National Park, Belinda Arvidson … more
Nearly every sheriff in the state of Washington has backed a letter in support of the U.S. Constitution and the Second Amendment. The Washington State Sheriff's Association recently released the … more
A 32-year-old woman was arrested at Pike Place Market after allegedly pepper-spraying a woman and her child in an elevator Monday afternoon, police said. Officers responded to Pike Place for a … more
Two men on their way to work were shot while driving on Interstate 5 south of Seattle early Tuesday morning, the state patrol said. State Patrol Trooper Rick Johnson said the two men, both Boeing … more
A majority of Washington's eligible schoolchildren still aren't vaccinated against COVID-19, state data shows, and experts warn that we've reached a critical moment: in most corners of the state, … more
Naturalist Jeff Brown bounded up a ladder, cradling a baby hawk into his torso as if it were a delicate football. Brown, who helps rehabilitate wildlife for the PAWS Wildlife Center, stopped about … more
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