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WASHINGTON — Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sent global food prices soaring, but Washington wheat farmers like Marci Green aren't celebrating. Green, a sixth-generation farmer who grows … more
As electric vehicle sales take off, the number of those EVs on the road is growing faster than the number of public charging points to support them. That’s one of the high-level conclusions … more
Former President Donald Trump’s fundraising committee that targets small-dollar donors raised $19 million in the first quarter, according to its latest filing, while the Republican … more
More than 4.6 million people have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded on Feb. 24, sparking the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II. They have traveled on buses and trains, folded their … more
The only problem with "walk to school day" in Coupeville, Island County, on Whidbey Island, is that not every student has a path to walk. "There are some routes where kids live where they're … more
A Thurston County family lost their home and some pets in a quick-moving blaze on Tuesday, but dozens have since rallied to support them. The fire likely started around 3 p.m. in or near a … more
A man who allegedly flew from Colorado to Longview for sexual relations with a minor pleaded not guilty to seven felonies, including child rape, Thursday in Cowlitz County Superior Court. Longview … more
A 43-year-old Raymond man died after a Friday afternoon single-vehicle crash near Frances, according to the Washington State Patrol.  William A. Villanueva was traveling westbound on state … more
A Pierce County Sheriff's deputy shot a man Friday night during a standoff in Parkland that began with a 911 call from one of the man's children, according to a statement from the Pierce County Force … more
Thomas Vice, a man of deep faith, found a career as a pastor in the religious world. But he no longer preaches a Sunday sermon from the pulpit or crafts an Easter service message. He has traded in … more
In Exhibit Hall D at the Oregon Convention Center late Thursday morning, bleachers and chairs were full. People milled around and restless babies cried, as 500 people from 81 countries prepared to … more
A 50-year-old man was charged Friday with aggravated first-degree murder, accused of killing Everett police Officer Dan Rocha last month, according to Snohomish County prosecutors. Rocha, 41, died … more
A series of powerful, cold April storms boosted the region's snowpack, yielding plentiful powder for skiers and helping bolster water supplies for key irrigated agricultural areas east of the … more
CHARLESTON, S.C. — South Carolina courts gave Richard Moore eight days to decide exactly how he wants to die, and on Friday he made his choice. Moore, who has been on South … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden reported $610,702 in income in 2021 and paid $183,925 in federal and state income taxes, according to their annual tax return released … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s administration is dramatically curtailing U.S. public land available for new oil and gas development as it restarts leasing with new environmental … more
A Cowlitz County court official who until recently oversaw youth detention for the county was charged Wednesday with raping a child about a decade ago, according to documents filed in Cowlitz County … more
President Joe Biden will travel to Seattle next Friday in his first local visit as president, according to the White House. While details have yet to be announced, Biden will use the Earth Day … more
A recent report has rated all 50 states and the District of Columbia on how well they handled the COVID-19 pandemic. Washington state received a C grade. The report measured the states in three … more
After flooding on Jan. 7 severely damaged 28 units in the Chehalis Avenue Apartment complex, displaced residents were finally able to return to their homes on Wednesday. Thanks to Ross McDowell, … more
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