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Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell gave a deeper look at his crime prevention initiatives Friday, touting recent successes in law enforcement, but no progress on services promised in his "holistic" … more
Last month, Oksana Lozynska stood in her small grocery and restaurant on Seattle's Aurora Avenue and told a reporter of her growing fears as Russian forces massed on the borders of her Ukrainian … more
OLYMPIA — After a monthslong debate between hospitals and nursing unions, a bill that would have required hospitals to implement nurse-to-patient ratios died this week in the … more
Thurston County plans to spend $372,000 to start designing improvements to its ballot processing center even as it holds back on improving the recently purchased Mottman Complex. The ballot … more
OLYMPIA — Fewer toxic chemicals were released into the environment in the Pacific Northwest over the last few years, according to an announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency on … more
The two Whatcom County Sheriff's Office deputies who were shot in the face while responding to a call in the Peaceful Valley neighborhood are bringing a civil lawsuit against the man who is charged … more
Washington employers will soon have to disclose the starting salary for open positions to job applicants — at the beginning of the recruiting process — if a bill that recently passed both … more
The Clark County Sheriff's office reported a two year-old died after drowning in a creek east of La Center on Saturday afternoon. A family placed a 9-1-1 call reporting their child missing … more
The Miss Lewis County program came back this year after a pandemic hiatus, just in time to crown a new titleholder for the scholarship pageant’s 60th anniversary. Miss Lewis County 2022 is … more
In an effort to help fund $16.8 billion in transportation priorities, Democrats in the Washington Legislature are eyeing yet another shift in strategy. Last week, members of the House abandoned … more
OLYMPIA — Washington's public officials are moving to cut ties between state government and Russian institutions after the invasion of Ukraine — but there may not be much to cut. In … more
He's already resigned, but Tacoma police officer Robert Hollingsworth has been placed on administrative leave by department leaders after the discovery of an online video that violates city policy. … more
OLYMPIA — Opponents of Gov. Jay Inslee's public-health restrictions to curb COVID-19 descended upon the Washington Capitol campus Saturday with flags, signs and vehicle convoys. Saturday's … more
OLYMPIA — Making, distributing or selling gun magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds is one step closer to being illegal in Washington. The state House of Representatives late … more
The Chehalis Centralia Railroad and Museum on Saturday announced it would suspend all passenger operations until further notice. “Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Chehalis … more
Bail has been set at $100,000 for an Ethel man accused of injuring a woman in a head-on collision in October 2020, fleeing on foot and then failing to register as a sex offender while there was an … more
OLYMPIA — The Washington House late Friday voted to prohibit the sale, distribution and manufacture of firearm magazines that hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition, marking a major victory for … more
OLYMPIA — Two bills that would tweak police reform measures passed last year are now law after Gov. Jay Inslee signed them Friday. Two other, more controversial bills, dealing with the … more
Two Spokane-area men were arrested in January for alleged sex crimes against local children between 5 and 10 years old, according to the Washington State Patrol. Tony Bolen, 40, of Spokane, was … more
Republican 3rd Congressional District candidate Joe Kent failed to submit personal finance records to the House Ethics Committee on time, violating federal law. Kent's campaign team blamed … more
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