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Two men charged in the Christmas Day attacks on four Pierce County substations, which knocked out power for thousands, appeared in U.S. District Court in Tacoma for the first time on Tuesday … more
Most Washington employers now must include salary information in job postings under a law that went into effect Sunday. The pay transparency law makes Washington one of a handful of states that … more
A Portland man who fatally shook his 8-month-old baby was sentenced to 10 years in prison as part of a plea deal approved Tuesday. Isaiah C. Hill, now 21, pleaded guilty to first-degree … more
A 78-year-old Hillsboro man was the victim of a horrific attack at a Gresham MAX station Tuesday morning when another man allegedly chewed off his ear and part of his face, police confirmed. The … more
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with a local middle school science teacher, ruling that his “Make America Great Again” baseball cap amounts to a form of political speech protected … more
Washington state drivers who are late in paying their toll road fees would do well to remember that the grace period for late fees on unpaid tolls ends on March 1, 2023. In July 2021, a revamped … more
In his 2022 year in review, Washington Governor Jay Inslee touted the state’s actions regarding green energy, environmental protections, the securing of abortion rights, solving the housing … more
What’s the best way to get yourself to jump into the Pacific Ocean in January? “Don’t think. Thinking is not a good idea at this point. It makes no sense to think at … more
A solar eclipse, meteor showers and big moons are in store for 2023, ready to dazzle all who crane their necks skyward. The astronomical events calendar for 2023 may be lacking in lunar eclipses … more
The second of two brothers wanted in connection with a homicide in a Lacey motel parking lot last summer is now in custody, Lacey police say. Nicholas VanDuren, 32, was arrested on suspicion of … more
The family of the man suspected of killing four University of Idaho students in November has asked the public to allow the legal process to unfold before presuming the guilt of their relative, … more
More than 700 people likely died on Washington's roads in 2022, according to early estimates, a mark not reached since 1996. As the state House and Senate transportation committees resume their … more
In recent years, Olympia lawmakers passed ambitious laws intended to largely eliminate by midcentury most state greenhouse gas emissions from human-caused sources. In the new session underway Jan. … more
Dori Monson, the Puget Sound region’s longtime conservative radio host from “the mean streets of Ballard,” died suddenly Saturday night at 61, in a Seattle hospital, according to … more
OLYMPIA — A new year often brings new laws set to go into effect, and this year brings two of the most controversial: a clean fuels standard and a cap-and-trade program. Both programs passed … more
Yakima police arrested a man charged with raping his daughter following a two-hour standoff Wednesday evening. U.S. Marshal's deputies and Yakima police went to a home in northeast Yakima after … more
A Washington State University graduate student has been arrested in connection with the stabbing deaths of four students from the neighboring University of Idaho, with law enforcement vowing that … more
A Tacoma man was fired from his software engineering job at Zulily after stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Seattle-based e-commerce company using a scheme inspired by the 1999 cult … more
Almost four months after Lucian Munguia was reported missing from a Yakima park, the search for the young boy ended near a Parker diversion dam, about 7.5 miles from the place he disappeared. A … more
It’s official: the Washington State Department of Revenue plans to collect the new capital gains income tax that was ruled unconstitutional earlier this year by a lower court … more
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