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Car thieves broke into an auto auction lot in Frederickson and stole more than a dozen vehicles by cutting a section of fence and ramming a gate, deputies say. Pierce County Sheriff's Department … more
The city of Seattle has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle a wrongful-death civil lawsuit filed on behalf of the children of Charleena Lyles, a Black mother of four  who was fatally shot by … more
The city of Roy has withdrawn its attempt to appeal or overturn a verdict leveled by a federal jury and agreed to pay $3.26 million to two residents who were shot and seriously injured by a police … more
With the completion of Yelm Middle School, Yelm Community Schools has partnered with the Nisqually Indian Tribe to infuse tribal art, culture and significance into the very fabric of the building, … more
Tiffany isn’t the first sea lion to hit the streets of Lincoln City. Nearly a century earlier, that town belonged to Joe. Authorities in Lincoln City spent Thanksgiving weekend trying to … more
To help Portland Public Schools’ educators and students adjust to the stresses of resuming full-time in-person classes, the union representing the district’s teachers proposes cancelling … more
DETROIT — A 15-year-old sophomore is accused of a shooting at Oxford High School with a semi-automatic handgun Tuesday afternoon, killing three students and injuring six others, including a … more
A Washougal man is facing felony charges for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol in a grocery store parking lot in downtown Centralia on Wednesday.  A reporting party described … more
A 76-year-old man was sent to the hospital Monday morning after an SUV reportedly hit his vehicle on State Route 504 between Silver Lake and Toutle.  A Toutle man driving eastbound on the … more
LOUIS — A neighbor caught a 3-year-old girl tossed by her mother from a second-floor window Monday morning as flames spread inside an apartment building in the Wells-Goodfellow … more
Thurston County confirmed Monday that five more residents died of COVID-19 and 295 more contracted the virus in the past week. Four men died due to COVID-19: one in his 50s, two in their 60s, and … more
Washington state's virologists are hunting for cases of the coronavirus's new, highly mutated omicron variant, which hasn't yet been detected in the United States but is worrying health officials … more
A King County sheriff's deputy was shot at early Sunday near a Skyway apartment complex, prompting a pursuit into Seattle, where a male was arrested after climbing a tree, according to a sheriff's … more
Former 3rd District Rep. Jolene Unsoeld died Sunday at her home in Olympia at the age of 89, just a few days before her birthday. A Democrat, Unsoeld represented the 3rd district in Congress from … more
Olympia police officers were dispatched to reports of an armed robbery at the JCPenney at Capital Mall just after 5 p.m. Sunday. Police Lt. Paul Lower said when officers arrived, they spoke to … more
As COVID-19 hospitalization rates continue to decline in Washington state, officials fear all the hard work in surviving the Delta wave could soon be lost to the next variant, Omicron. Statewide, … more
One year into his 26-year jail sentence for the the murder of 16-year-old Ben Eastman, Benito Marquez’s new attorney has filed a motion to overturn his guilty plea and sentence. Marquez and … more
Lewis County commissioners last week approved amended maps of the Cowlitz River floodplain expected to lift the town of Packwood and some nearby areas out of the 100-year floodplain. The proposed … more
The popular “Thurston County: Water, Woods & Prairies” book, which sold out last year, has been reprinted. This version includes a new introduction, dedication and updates and is now … more
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