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The largest union representing U.S. flight attendants expects a federal order mandating face masks for air passengers and other travelers will be extended again, even as a growing number of states … more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Defense is considering a request from U.S. Capitol Police and the Washington, D.C., government to have the National Guard help respond to an expected truck convoy … more
DETROIT— Two teens have been arrested in connection with the killing of three people in a west-side home, including a 5-year-old boy who was shot multiple times days before his birthday, police … more
MIAMI — A South Florida doctor faces decades in prison after a federal jury found he unlawfully billed $110 million in drug tests that were deemed medically unnecessary for patients at a sober … more
A 14-year-old boy was robbed of $140 Sunday afternoon in Olympia, according to police. The boy intended to pay the money for a pair of shoes called Yeezy Slides he had found on the OfferUp app. … more
WASHINGTON — Northwest lawmakers in Congress decried Russian President Vladimir Putin's move Monday to recognize two provinces in eastern Ukraine as independent "republics" and order Russian … more
Officers found a missing woman with disabilities after she spent nine days inside an abandoned vehicle in near-freezing weather after it had been towed to a Burien impound lot, police said Tuesday. … more
PORTLAND — A man whom a roommate said frequently railed against antifa activists faces murder and attempted murder charges for allegedly opening fire on people who gathered Saturday evening for … more
A panel of Seattle Municipal Court judges has suppressed more than three years' worth of blood toxicology test results involving methamphetamine and amphetamine due to meth contamination at the … more
Washington state will pay $3.75 million to settle a wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the family of a man who died at Monroe Correctional Complex after his cancer went untreated despite repeated … more
A proposed 6-cent per gallon tax on fuel exported from Washington state is running into bipartisan pushback from neighboring states that stand to absorb the additional cost. But Democrats in … more
For many people, the pandemic lockdowns increased feelings of boredom, anxiety and loneliness. So it's hardly a surprise that marijuana use increased, just as alcohol consumption did. But you … more
OLYMPIA — Members of the public will soon be allowed in the galleries of the state Senate chambers during floor debate. As COVID-19 cases decline across Washington, the Senate Facilities and … more
On the 85th episode of News Dump, Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric “Flood Legs” Schwartz and VP Franklin Taylor discuss a race for the Lewis County Sheriff’s … more
The groundhog was right about that extended winter. Snowflakes fell around parts of Western Washington on Tuesday just as the first daffodils were busting out. "These will be the lowest … more
A Vancouver man is accused of inflicting "shaken baby syndrome" on his 3-month-old son, causing multiple brain bleeds and fractured ribs. Rickie D. Williams, 21, appeared Tuesday in Clark County … more
A Centralia man has been charged with first-degree assault for allegedly pointing a flare gun at an apartment building manager on Monday.  The defendant, Andrew Garcia, 36, is accused of … more
The parents of missing 5-year-old Oakley Carlson, who are facing felony charges related to two of their other children, both have hearings scheduled to determine whether their own statements can be … more
A charter school bus company that operates in Pierce and Thurston counties has been hit with another formal complaint by state regulators. Staff for the Utilities and Transportation Commission … more
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