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Declining student attendance and registration for W.F. West’s early morning “zero hour” music and physical education (P.E.) classes has led the Chehalis School District’s … more
After months of cold, rainy weather, Washington is looking to potentially shake off its cold snap this weekend. According to the Seattle office of the National Weather Service (NWS), Western … more
In a statement released on Wednesday, state Senate Republican Leader Sen. John Braun, R-Centralia, and Republican ranking member for the Senate Ways and Means Committee Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, … more
MORTON POLICE DEPARTMENT Morton Incidents • An officer was dispatched to Arbor Health Hospital at 5:50 p.m. on June 11 regarding an assault that took place outside of Morton city limits. … more
The Thurston County Auditor’s Office Elections Division has mailed more than 9,000 primary election ballots to voters registered in Thurston County who are in the military or overseas. Ballot … more
Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Game Warden Dave Jones says he was just as shocked by reports of a dead grizzly bear on a Whatcom County beach last week as anyone else. In fact, he … more
A new WinCo location in Centralia is one step closer to arrival thanks to funding secured in the last legislative session.  In 2019, the Port of Centralia announced it had secured the … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Wednesday asked Congress to suspend the federal gas tax through September, a move he said could shave off 18 cents per gallon and "give families just a … more
At least 1,000 people have been killed and hundreds more injured after a powerful earthquake hit southeastern Afghanistan overnight, setting off a new humanitarian crisis in a country already facing … more
WASHINGTON — Two key senators on Wednesday released a widely anticipated bill aimed at lowering insulin prices and capping monthly copays under commercial and Medicare insurance plans. The … more
WASHINGTON — A deal between Democratic and Republican committee leaders would help school meal providers facing higher food costs as well as ease a transition from federal government policies … more
WASHINGTON — A Senate-passed bill to expand health care and disability benefits to veterans exposed to burn pits or other toxic substances during their service has run into a constitutional … more
An appellate court judge upheld Seattle's JumpStart payroll tax on Tuesday, doubling down on a decision made in King County Superior Court last year. In an opinion published Tuesday, the Division … more
A woman from Idaho, where abortion has become illegal, travels to Washington to end her pregnancy. A prosecutor in the woman's home state declares an Idaho citizen has been killed — and tries … more
A 28-year-old Oakville man died early Wednesday morning after his motorcycle struck a horse that was standing in the eastbound lane of U.S. Highway 12, according to the Washington State … more
A 47-year-old Spokane man who told a federal judge a series of brain injuries contributed to his possession of child pornography was sentenced Tuesday to seven years in prison . Brian D. Knight … more
Nearly two years and three months after Washington State Patrol Trooper Justin R. Schaffer was fatally struck by a vehicle while placing spike strips on Interstate 5 in Chehalis, the driver of the … more
A man faces more than a decade in prison after he kidnapped a Kennewick girl nearly 14 years ago and took her to Portland. Enrique Diaz, 35, pleaded guilty recently in Benton County Superior Court … more
A pick-up truck hauling a fifth wheel trailer crashed on northbound I-5 early Tuesday, slowing traffic for nearly six hours, according to Washington State Patrol. The scene finally was cleared … more
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