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The number of new daily cases of COVID-19 in the Tri-Cities area has doubled since the end of June, coinciding with the rapid spread of the Delta variant. Dr. Amy Person, health officer for Benton … more
ANACORTES — A disease the state Department of Fish and Wildlife determined in early June was killing deer on the San Juan Islands is now believed to be affecting deer in Anacortes. Robert … more
Two drivers were injured in a crash in Rochester Wednesday that shut down part of U.S. Highway 12. At about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, the Washington State Patrol was notified of a rear-end collision … more
Camas police found eight "medium-sized" python snakes Thursday near Round Lake that they believe were dumped there by someone who kept them as pets. Someone called in the snakes around 9:30 a.m., … more
The 25-year-old army lieutenant who was found dead near Mount St. Helens was "an exceptional Soldier and leader," according to a press release from the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Public Affairs … more
A local Army National Guard recruiter who used to be a special agent with the U.S. Air Force has been arrested for allegedly molesting a young child. Joshua Carl Harrod was taken into custody … more
New jobless claims in Washington fell last week to their lowest level since the start of the pandemic as the recovering state economy continues to reopen and add jobs. Washingtonians filed 5,061 … more
OLYMPIA — Major new policies in Washington that effect drugs penalties, climate change, taxes and other issues will go into affect on Sunday. The state Legislature passed more than 300 bills … more
A group of 20 sheriffs and police chiefs expressed concern at a news conference Thursday about police reform legislation they say will hurt their ability to do their job, while community activists … more
Hoping to quell their constituents' fears, the Washington State Sheriffs' Association put out a statement last week affirming their commitment to uphold the Constitution — specifically, the … more
On this 56th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and the Hoquiam hustler himself Luke Kilgore talk about living in a pro-proclamation county, … more
After five quarters of red ink as air travel was battered by the COVID-19 pandemic, Alaska Air Group reported a quarterly profit Thursday — but the turnabout comes with an asterisk, because … more
A COVID-19 outbreak at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver has more than doubled to include 29 people, according to Clark County Public Health. PeaceHealth reported Monday that 14 … more
The Biden administration's decision to keep the U.S.-Canada border closed through Aug. 21 is another gut punch for Point Roberts, the Whatcom County community left isolated due to COVID-19 … more
In less than a week, the Pac-12's coaches will convene in Hollywood for the conference's annual Media Day event. All but one, actually. Second-year Washington State coach Nick Rolovich won't be … more
MOSES LAKE — A mosquito sample collected in the Moses Lake area last week tested positive for West Nile virus, the first detection in Grant County in 2021. It's the seventh detection of the … more
Because of record-breaking summer temperatures in Washington, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is asking anglers to practice responsible fish handling and to report unusual fish … more
Pierce County's hearing examiner has rejected a request for reconsideration of his revocation of a complex conditional-use permit for a proposed resort near Mount Rainier. The estimated $200 … more
A Tacoma carjacking suspect who lured the victim out of his vehicle by telling him he had a flat tire was then shot by a witness who intervened, according to charging papers. The 29-year-old … more
A hit-and-run driver was chased by witnesses and briefly held at gunpoint after a South Hill wreck that injured another driver, according to charging papers. The 25-year-old pleaded not guilty to … more
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