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WASHINGTON — After a wildfire devastated the towns of Malden and Pine City last September, then-President Donald Trump withheld federal aid for months over a feud with Washington's governor, … more
Central Washington University Police arrested a student and charged them with theft and malicious mischief over the burning of a campus LGBTQ pride flag last week, a university official … more
In a perverse twist of the pandemic economy, Washington is boosting the weekly benefit for some jobless workers by nearly 50% starting next month — the largest increase on record, the … more
Researchers at UW Medicine's Virology Laboratory are tracking the statewide spread of the highly transmissible coronavirus delta variant in Washington, with 170 cases detected as of Monday. The … more
A Seattle police officer's ruse after a 2018 fender bender is the basis for a wrongful-death lawsuit filed earlier this month against the city on behalf of three women devastated by the subsequent … more
Southwest Washington voters who took their first chance to weigh in on the state's redistricting process Monday evening found that many residents, regardless of political affiliation, want the same … more
Gov. Jay Inslee paid a visit to the Port of Vancouver Tuesday afternoon to tour one of the terminals where a shipment of wind turbine blades is in the process of being unloaded and trucked out to a … more
On this 51st episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and pal Luke Kilgore talk about Kilgore’s love of oversized checks, groundbreaking ceremonies, … more
An Enumclaw man was arrested Tuesday and stands accused of the 2003 rape and kidnapping of a 17-year-old girl in Grays Harbor County.  Paul Bieker was arrested after the Grays Harbor County … more
A man who was fatally shot and dragged behind a truck in Lakewood after allegedly trying to steal a catalytic converter has been identified. Brent Jalmari Peltomaa, 40, of University Place, died … more
Students unpacked ponchos as rain pitter-pattered across the pavement, community members stapled signs together and children lined the road as dozens of citizens protested the Rainier School … more
The Yelm City Council approved a resolution to bar the city from collecting, storing and disseminating COVID-19 vaccination records at its June 8 city council meeting. The decision comes in the … more
A man shot and killed someone he caught trying to steal a catalytic converter from his truck in Lakewood, then dragged his body behind the truck to a field and dumped it, police said. The … more
The phone rings and you've just been informed you're a lucky winner of Washington's "Shot of a Lifetime" vaccine lottery. But be cautious of what comes next. And if you start to get an uneasy … more
A man was taking a shower Friday night when he heard a knock on the bathroom door. When he got out of the shower and answered the door, a man was standing there with a lit blow torch, demanding he … more
Thurston County confirmed 222 COVID-19 cases and one additional death in the past week. A man in his 50s died on June 8, according to Thurston County Public Health and Social Services. The … more
A female wolf that had pups earlier this year was illegally killed in northeast Washington in May. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists responded to a report of a dead wolf on May … more
Seattle police on Monday continued to mourn the death of a well-respected colleague who was fatally struck by a car on southbound Interstate 5, after she stopped to help motorists involved in a … more
A 16-year-old Napavine girl died Monday after a vehicle crossed the centerline and struck the car she was traveling in head-on in Clark County.  The Washington State Patrol did not identify … more
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