News
11045 results total, viewing 7901 - 7920
A 17-foot-tall carving of a sasquatch has been grabbing attention from passing travelers along U.S. Highway 12 in Oakville for weeks. Now, residents and fans from afar have an opportunity to help … more
As organizers of community festivals throughout Southwest Washington began announcing this spring they would be bringing back their events in 2021, Jerry Owens of the Napavine Funtime Festival held … more
Thurston County officials are considering purchasing three buildings to address pressing space needs in the Auditor's Office elections division. The county may budget about $6 million to purchase … more
How wet was Sunday? It was the second-wettest June day in the last 20 years, with .81 inches recorded in Seattle. It was also the 15th-wettest June day ever recorded at Seattle-Tacoma International … more
A Lewis County woman is in the process of suing a Centralia Police sergeant and his supervisors, along with a Lewis County Sheriff’s Office detective and his supervisors, for damages after she … more
Some are iridescent, shimmering blue as sapphires in the sea. Others have a space alien visage, rivaling anything Hollywood could come up with. Some sprout spines. Others glow at night with … more
Three bodies found in separate areas Friday and Saturday have been identified, the Thurston County Coroner said Sunday. According to Gary Warnock: — Ernest Gray, 57, of Stockton, … more
A Seattle police officer who had just finished a shift was killed early Sunday while attempting to render assistance at a three-car collision on Interstate 5 just south of downtown … more
Authorities are trying to identify a man whose body was found Monday, June 7, at a White Pass campground. Yakima County Coroner Jim Curtice said authorities are waiting for the results of … more
Thousands of people in eastern and southern Oregon want to leave the state — so long as they don’t have to pack up and go anywhere. In May, five rural counties — Baker, Grant, … more
A man who says he had his U.S. passport with him when he was detained and then held for a week at the immigration detention facility in Tacoma has sued the federal government. Carlos Rios filed … more
As he makes the rounds on his Okanogan County ranch, Joel Kretz watches for moisture with fire on his mind. It's been a cold spring, said Kretz, who is also a GOP state representative, "and then … more
Searching for food during an abnormally dry spring, two  black bears have wandered into the backyards of Spokane Valley homes in the past week. Part of that attraction? Food left out by … more
A wayward surfer went on an unexpected journey on Saturday morning when he paddled out in Westport and ended up in Ocean Shores. Koichi Hashikawa, 35, of Seattle, said he was surfing at the beach … more
A resort long proposed in a prime location near Mount Rainier National Park has suffered a serious setback that could lead to its demise. In a decision issued May 20, a hearing examiner granted … more
Thousands of service members and veterans who received a COVID-19 vaccine through the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs are ineligible for Washington's vaccine lottery … more
An overwhelming "cadaverine" stench hung in the air on Aimee Beveridge's wooded, 10-acre property on Orcas Island, a destination better known for salty sea scents or its fragrant firs. "I've got … more
A man who gave his girlfriend life-threatening injuries by repeatedly stabbing her last year has been sentenced to life without parole under the state's three-strikes law. Jurors convicted … more
Magic can rarely exist in the face of investigation. To many, the city of Tenino is filled with mystique and enchantment. The town’s swimming pool is an old sandstone quarry. The source of … more
« Prev | 1 393 | 394 | 395 | 396 | 397 | 398 | 399 553 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.