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A Pe Ell man accused of shooting and killing his brother while unsafely handling a firearm in April 2018 has entered an Alford plea to one count of second-degree manslaughter.  With an Alford … more
A Yelm man potentially experiencing a mental health crisis was arrested Wednesday, June 9, after he allegedly rammed a gate twice at the Ramtha School of Enlightenment, hit a patrol vehicle and later … more
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler is pushing for legislation that would require government agencies to obtain a search warrant to access data to pinpoint a citizen’s location through mobile … more
A Chehalis man charged for allegedly breaking a man’s leg in a Walmart parking lot in April has pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and has been released from the Lewis County Jail to serve … more
While caution is still key, Washington's Secretary of Health Dr. Umair Shah says the state's COVID-19 numbers are "going in the right direction." Numbers of new cases and deaths are down almost … more
When Washington Department of Corrections (DOC) Secretary Stephen Sinclair announced his retirement earlier this year, the decision was framed as a voluntary winding down of a distinguished … more
OLYMPIA — Petty disputes at the statehouse often confine themselves to negotiating rooms or floor speeches, or perhaps a little low-key payback down the road. But on Tuesday, the squabble … more
OLYMPIA — Washington state Sen. Claire Wilson, D-Auburn, has agreed to pay a $100 penalty after an ethics investigation over the use of a photo on the Senate Democratic website that depicted … more
OLYMPIA — A longtime Washington state government employee will lead the state's unemployment agency, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Wednesday. Cami Feek, acting commissioner of the state … more
OLYMPIA — Washington state will reopen, with one exception, on June 30 or earlier, Gov. Jay Inslee confirmed at a media briefing Wednesday afternoon. Limits on capacity will be lifted for … more
WASHINGTON — Three Washingtonians took center stage Wednesday on Capitol Hill as Congress appears poised to set nationwide standards to let college athletes be paid through endorsement … more
A 29-year-old teacher at a Redmond private school has been criminally charged with four counts of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes, accused of engaging in online sexual conversations … more
Seattle has become the first major American city to reach its goal of fully vaccinating 70% of residents 12 and older, helping push Washington toward its overall vaccination and reopening … more
Police continue to investigate the death of an 18-year-old high school student who was shot by an Arlington homeowner over the weekend. The homeowner told police he believed the teen was trying to … more
Jin Yu Li had planned on getting vaccinated against COVID-19 — at some point. Then the chance to win hundreds of thousands of dollars pushed him over the edge and was enough for the 25-year-old … more
A Tacoma man has pleaded guilty to arson for setting fire to a Seattle Police Department building last year, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Wednesday. Isaiah Thomas Willoughby, 36, is scheduled … more
Between several systems, we've got an interesting weekend of weather headed our way, running the gamut from wet, stormy and slightly tropical to more rain than we're used to (at least at this time of … more
A nationally-renowned nonprofit conservation group announced Wednesday it has purchased a 1,567-acre ranch, just west of Tenino city limits, that will eventually be managed as part of the Scatter … more
United Way of Lewis County and its community partners broke ground Tuesday on Phase 1 of its United Learning Center (ULC) project, a 12,800-square-foot educational facility that will host multiple … more
State officials drew the first winner of the Shot of a Lifetime program on Tuesday, kicking off a lottery aimed at incentivizing COVID-19 vaccinations through lofty cash prizes, tuition money and … more
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