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It's not FanFest. That longtime event held T-Mobile Park to get fans excited about spring training and the upcoming season hasn't occurred since before the 2018 season. And it's uncertain if it will … more
It was revealed Thursday that the Seahawks have restructured quarterback Geno Smith's contract, turning a $9.6 million roster bonus into a signing bonus to create salary-cap space for next season. … more
OLYMPIA — Three years ago, Mina Hashemi consented to have protected sex with a man. She said she was shocked when she later learned the condom had been removed without her consent, an act … more
A record number of Washington state pharmacies shut down last year, driven by the string of Bartell Drugs and Rite Aid closures in the Seattle area. About 60 pharmacies closed in 2023, which is … more
If you're a Washington voter, you should get a ballot in the mail any day now for the March 12 presidential primary. Open it up, and take a look. If you've been paying attention to the news, … more
The Washington State Patrol has left the Thurston County Narcotics Task Force, Sheriff Derek Sanders announced on social media. WSP notified Sanders they would be pulling their detective from … more
Leading Democratic lawmakers are finalizing proposed changes to Measure 110 that would make minor drug possession a crime again and give the accused multiple chances to avoid jail time. The … more
Spring chinook salmon fishing will begin March 1 in the lower Columbia River and tentatively last through April 5 from Buoy 10 to Bonneville Dam. From the dam upriver to the Oregon-Washington … more
The woman who was stabbed while walking along Five-Mile Drive at Point Defiance Park two weeks ago said Wednesday her assailant intended to kill her. The woman spoke publicly for the first time … more
A 36-year-old man suffered a serious head injury in an alleged assault on Olympia's east side Monday. Three passersby found an unconscious man in a wooded area near the 3200 block of Martin Way … more
A debt collection company for Providence hospitals will pay $1 million to the state of Washington after it was accused of failing to inform 160,000 patients of their medical debt collection rights. … more
OLYMPIA — Washington public school students may soon be required to take a financial education class prior to graduating high school. On Wednesday, a bill that would make the requirement a … more
When Kroger and Albertsons promised to preserve competition under their proposed merger by selling 413 stores, including 104 in Washington, some wondered whether the buyer would be required to keep … more
SEATTLE — Joe Gaydos remembers the beautiful minke whale that washed up on the shore of a San Juan Island in 2022. Illuminated by a pink and orange sunrise, its injuries were consistent with a … more
A man has been charged in the fatal shooting of his ex-girlfriend in Lakewood after she allegedly stole several of his narcotic pills, Pierce County prosecutors say. Prosecutors charged Larie … more
A woman suspected of killing her husband in Portland last month was found dead Tuesday near Long Beach, Washington, police said. On Jan. 26, Portland police officers discovered Phillip Pierce, … more
A bill in Olympia is moving ahead that would give the Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction ultimate decision-making authority when it comes to controversial teachings on race, gender … more
The W.F. West Tennis Courts are no more. The facility where the late Jack State mentored generations of tennis players over the last 50 years has officially been renamed in his honor. The … more
Lewis County could soon pass additional restrictions on needle and syringe exchange programs and forbid safe injection sites. “We, in Lewis County, have record high numbers when it comes … more
The St. Helens Club, one of Washington state’s first women’s clubs, is offering a $1,500 scholarship to a female student who has completed at least two years of college and plans to … more
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