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OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday announced that members of the Washington National Guard will help staff hospitals and testing sites across the state, as the health care system strains … more
Permits that will allow Cooke Aquaculture Pacific to farm steelhead trout in net pens in Washington waters were upheld in a unanimous 9-0 decision by the state Supreme Court Thursday. The decision … more
COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough cases have increased in Washington state, the Department of Health says, but vaccines continue to provide protection. Breakthrough cases recently increased 43%, … more
It was a snowy evening during Christmas week in Winlock and Haylee Laur, 15, was home babysitting two of her sisters when she smelled smoke coming from down the hall.  When she looked for the … more
On Thursday, eastbound and westbound U.S. Highway 12 through White Pass opened after off-and-on closures for the last two weeks.  Shortly after Christmas, heavy snow in the area created tough … more
Election officials will get more protection from harassment if SB 5148 becomes law. The bill was approved in the state Senate Jan. 12 with 48 yeas and no nays. It will be up to the House to … more
A Centralia man has pleaded not guilty after allegedly shooting at a vehicle that drove through flood water in front of his house in the 4800 block of Galvin Road on Friday.  The defendant, … more
BEIRUT — In what was seen as a watershed moment in the fight for accountability in Syria's war, a German court convicted a former Syrian intelligence officer on Thursday of carrying out crimes … more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — An attempt to feed starving manatees appears to have failed so far, as the big marine mammals refuse to recognize floating lettuce as food. State and federal wildlife … more
BALTIMORE — Five years after the Gun Trace Task Force corruption scandal broke, a new report offers the first comprehensive account of how the Baltimore Police Department repeatedly failed to … more
A couple walking on a North Carolina beach made a rare discovery that could help researchers solve mysteries from long ago. Rita and Tom McCabe were used to finding shells during their walks on … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden acknowledged Thursday that “we’re all frustrated” with the ongoing pandemic as he announced additional federal support to help Americans … more
A Kennewick man who used his family's business to distribute a "mass quantity" of child pornography was ordered to spend nearly 10 years in a state prison. Daniel Bunch, 42, was ordered last week … more
TUMWATER, Thurston County — Late last week, disturbing rumors started to fly on social media. The state Board of Health, they claimed, was about to authorize local health officials and … more
The critical blood shortage that started with the pandemic shows no signs of letting up, according to Bloodworks Northwest. The local nonprofit said the shortage has left it in dire … more
One of the Seattle Police Department officers involved in coordinating lying during a crucial moment amid 2020's racial justice protests subsequently left the department but was rehired last month, … more
A man being robbed at gunpoint Tuesday night in Auburn exchanged gunfire with the man who was trying to rob him, killing him, police said. Officers from Auburn Police Department were called just … more
Without Noah’s Ark, relocating reptiles, cows, dogs, sheep, pigs, birds, goats and horses in a flood sounds impossible. Misspits Rescue between Rochester and Oakville began as a pitbull … more
Transmission of COVID-19 in Lewis County erupted last week, according to numbers published Wednesday from county Public Health & Social Services, as an unprecedented 751 new cases and 27 … more
United Way of Lewis County has established a Flood Relief Fund to assist those who were affected by the recent disaster. The allocation of funds will be administered through an application … more
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