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A 35-year-old woman is accused of burning a Kennewick apartment building during a standoff with Kennewick police. Kayla Lyn Guzman, a transient, was wanted in five separate felony cases when one … more
Six women – most with connections to the greater Portland area and all under the age of 40 – have been found dead within 100 miles of each over the past three months – most in … more
The U.S. Supreme Court has ended a six-year fight between unionized Seattle truck drivers and a major local concrete supplier, ruling against the union in a decision that may impact organized labor … more
A Tacoma woman who refused treatment for tuberculosis for more than a year, was arrested Thursday by Pierce County deputies to be isolated and treated in jail. A warrant for the woman's arrest … more
A 50-year-old Spokane man who had spent about a decade in prison for child pornography crimes was sentenced Tuesday to 17 years in federal prison for again possessing child porn. U.S. Senior … more
Gov. Jay Inslee doesn't think Washington should exempt tribal gas stations from climate laws that have driven up fuel prices across the state since taking effect at the start of this year, he told … more
A 12-year-old girl has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fire destroyed a large building at the former Ostrom's mushroom farm, Lacey police announced late Thursday. The girl was taken … more
A 73-year-old Thurston County man has been released from jail after being involved in an alleged road rage incident that left another man seriously injured. Richard Ramirez attended his … more
The sister of actress Sharon Tate is asking for the public's support to keep Charles Manson cult killer Leslie Van Houten from being paroled. Sharon Tate was stabbed to death by Charles Manson's … more
U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal, leader of the 101-member Congressional Progressive Caucus, voted "no" on the deal to raise the nation's debt limit Wednesday night. But Jayapal, whose caucus includes … more
An off-duty firefighter saw smoke pouring from a Lakewood apartment building and then helped its occupants escape the fire Wednesday afternoon. West Pierce Fire & Rescue Capt. Chris Pfaff … more
ISSAQUAH — State Sen. Mark Mullet  announced a bid for governor Thursday, increasing the field of candidates seeking to replace Gov. Jay Inslee in the first open governor's race in more … more
Democratic U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez and husband Dean Gluesenkamp owed nearly $6,600 to Multnomah County after a business entity created by the couple missed a Nov. 15 tax deadline for Dean’s Car Care at 1506 N.E. Lombard Street in the Woodlawn neighborhood, records show. more
Congressional Republicans on Thursday passed a joint resolution to try to block President Joe Biden’s student debt relief program. Just two of Congress’ Democrats sided with the Republicans, including Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, who represents Southwest Washington’s 3rd Congressional District. more
All seven teenagers who escaped from a Snoqualmie, Washington, juvenile detention center Sunday have been found and taken into custody – with three of them arrested in Clark County, the … more
One man hoped to buy a small ranchito with a few cows and a horse in his hometown in Nayarit, Mexico. Another planned to construct a house in his village in Chiapas, near the border with … more
Police in Vancouver shot and killed an armed-robbery suspect Tuesday evening, the Vancouver police department said. A police detective spotted a car at about 5:30 p.m. headed west on East Mill … more
Visitors to the Woodard Bay conservation area in northeast Thurston County near Henderson Inlet over the holiday weekend received a rude welcome, confronted by two signs that had been tagged with a … more
OLYMPIA — The Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner announced on Tuesday that health insurers who offer individual plans in Washington are asking for a roughly 9% across-the-board … more
The state attorney general's office has filed a lawsuit against nearly two dozen manufacturers of so-called "forever chemicals," asserting the companies knew about their risks to the environment and … more
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