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The American Red Cross is calling for donors of all blood types, especially those with type O blood, to give blood this spring. The nonprofit has partnered with the IndyCar series to enter donors … more
Located on the south side of Mount St. Helens, the popular Ape Cave Interpretive Site will reopen to the public on May 18. The site was closed to the public in Spring 2020 in response to the … more
With less than a month to go in this year’s 105-day regular session of the Legislature, state lawmakers are poised for lengthy floor actions through Sunday, April 11. That will be the last day … more
The body of a missing woman was recovered from a sunken vehicle in the Chehalis River near Oakville Monday The victim, 45-year-old Sabrina Lynn Cole, had been missing since March 20.  Her … more
The Lewis County Chapter of the American Association of University Women is sponsoring its second virtual LUNAFEST film festival later this month to celebrate women in film. Seven independent … more
Six people were taken to hospitals after a vehicle crashed into the second floor of a Kent apartment building early Sunday. Two of the patients were in critical condition at the time of transport, … more
A 13-year-old boy was driving two adults late Saturday when he fell asleep behind the wheel, causing their car to roll. Jiovanni Sanchez and his two older passengers all were taken to Trios … more
When state Senate Republican leader John Braun mulled his pick for the Washington State Redistricting Commission this year, he had no shortage of choices. Among the 17 contenders were big names in … more
The Office of the Secretary of State is now accepting nominations for Washington’s Medal of Merit and Medal of Valor. These two medals are considered the highest state-issued honors for … more
Maximilian Motorsports: Chehalis Business Offers Elite Automotive Master’s Degree  By Isabel Vander Stoep The Chronicle  For an auto repair shop in Chehalis that specializes … more
Nearly 28% of Washington state apples were shipped to 60 different countries during the 2018-19 season. Industry officials expect exports for the 2020-21 crop to not only be below that figure, but … more
It's Jan. 26, a Tuesday. But it could be any day, really, since schools closed a year ago. After Porter's online classes end around noon, he closes his computer and turns to the glow of his … more
OLYMPIA — Like elsewhere in America, debates have percolated at the Washington Capitol over the years about shifting the response to drug use toward treatment and away from criminal … more
The minute Kirsten Rogers got a push notification on her phone that she would soon be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, she and her husband started looking for an appointment. They, like all … more
Gov. Jay Inslee rolled through Clark County Friday for a visit that included stops at Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary School, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington and one of the area's … more
More than 130 law enforcement agencies across the state, including those in Thurston County, are increasing distracted driving patrols throughout the month of April. The increased patrols started … more
More contagious and aggressive coronavirus variants first identified in California and Brazil are increasing their numbers in Washington, according to a report published Thursday by the state … more
A high-speed police pursuit near Yelm on Tuesday ended in the fleeing vehicle crashing into a cement wall and flipping over. Police booked a 37-year-old man into Thurston County jail on Tuesday, … more
One of the lights seen streaking across the Pacific Northwest sky last week crashed on a Grant County farm. People across the region spotted the flaming parts of the Falcon 9 rocket in the night … more
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