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ANACORTES — At least one deer in northeast Anacortes has died as a result of the viral infection known as adenovirus hemorrhagic disease (AHD), the state Department of Fish and Wildlife … more
Masks will continue to be required in public and private K-12 schools when classes start this fall in Washington state. Gov. Jay Inslee said Wednesday schools would open this fall in person as … more
RICHLAND, Wa. — Kadlec Regional Medical Center has had to search across the Northwest for other hospitals to treat some of the most seriously ill Tri-Cities area patients over the last week as … more
A 21-year-old Grandview, Washington, man was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison Thursday after pleading guilty to child pornography charges stemming from communications on the popular video game … more
President Joe Biden on Thursday said he was taking the first step toward inclusion of the COVID-19 vaccine on a list of mandatory inoculations for military members. "Since many vaccinations are … more
Amazon continues to rake in cash during the pandemic. But for the first time in a year, there's an inkling that the company's record-setting pace of growth may be slowing ever so slightly, sending … more
Washington State University will lead a new federally funded research institute to take the agriculture industry further into the future via artificial intelligence. The USDA-NIFA Institute for … more
Providence St. Peter Hospital has been recognized as a "best hospital" by U.S. News & World Report for 2021-22. The Olympia-based hospital was ranked as the No. 3 hospital in the state, as a … more
New jobless claims in Washington continue to decline as the state economy rebounds from the pandemic and employers scramble to rehire. Washingtonians filed 4,554 new, or "initial," claims for … more
A 35-year-old man was arrested Thursday morning inside the King County Courthouse after Seattle police say he hid in a women's restroom and attacked a woman who works at the courthouse. A … more
WASHINGTON — The top Republican on the House panel that oversees internet regulations unveiled a package of draft bills Wednesday that would strip social media companies and other tech giants … more
More than 94% of Washington's recent COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations were among people not fully vaccinated, according to a new report from the state Department of Health. The new … more
OLYMPIA — Washington will follow current federal guidance for the use of facial coverings amid the COVID-19 pandemic uptick, but won't impose new masking requirements, Gov. Jay Inslee announced … more
The Clark County Sheriff's Office has released a new account number for those wishing to donate to the Brown family in honor of Detective Jeremy Brown. The new account number for Brown Family … more
State lawmakers gave Washington land managers a tricky assignment this year. Gather public input on e-bikes and then draft a policy recommendation based on that information by 2022. The … more
Fire crews in the Methow Valley came across a sad sight, Monday, a skinny and singed bear cub alone in the woods. Firefighters working the 35,685 acre Cedar Creek Fire called the Washington … more
A 96-year-old Shelton woman caused a head-on collision on U.S. highway 101 near Shelton on Wednesday afternoon. The crash occurred when the 96-year-old's car drifted into the center of the … more
An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for Abran Raya Leon, accusing him of first-degree rendering criminal assistance for allegedly acting as the getaway driver following the Friday night fatal … more
PASCO — The father and stepmother of a missing 8-year-old Pasco boy are now charged with torturing his 9-year-old sister in their Tri-Cities apartment. Arrest warrants have been issued for … more
An Idaho woman was fined $5,826.99 by the federal government for improperly storing garbage and drinks in grizzly bear country, Friday. While camping in Grand Teton National Park, Belinda Arvidson … more
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