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DETROIT — This Gonzaga season was not short on doubt. A couple of months ago, the Bulldogs' consecutive NCAA Tournament-appearance streak — which dates back to 1999 — looked … more
While the Washington state Legislature passed three initiatives during the recently completed session, three others will go to the voters in November. However, the fate of two of those initiatives … more
Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday afternoon signed into law a controversial bill meant to allow Puget Sound Energy to start planning how to move away from natural gas. “This bill creates the … more
A Hillsboro man’s sentence of life in prison without parole after his sixth conviction for public indecency — the latest for masturbating while on a MAX train in Washington County — … more
Columbia County sheriff’s deputies in Oregon searched a house in Goble last Friday and found 18 frozen puppies allegedly being used as snake food, the sheriff’s office said. … more
During the last bill-signing tour of his career at the helm of Washington, outgoing Gov. Jay Inslee signed a wide slate of climate and environmental bills into law Thursday afternoon. The bills … more
Deputies arrested a 37-year-old man early Thursday morning in connection with a fatal shooting March 5 near Yelm. Thurston County Sheriff's detectives arrested the man while executing a search … more
A 37-year-old cellar master is accused of sexually assaulting a teen after helping her run away from her Pasco home. The Benton City winery employee allegedly held the girl against her will, … more
Gonzaga University's men's basketball team has been called a lot of things during its 25-year stretch of greatness. But "illegal invaders?" That was a new low pushed on the social media platform … more
A former Central Valley High school teacher's "predatory actions" stripped a student of his dreams and significantly harmed him and his family after the teacher had sex with the 17-year-old, the … more
SEATTLE — The normally cool facade that Luis Castillo operates with on the mound was interrupted at times Thursday night. There were second glances at home plate umpire Larry Vanover following … more
Burien is taking King County to court over claims that the Sheriff's Office is violating a contract with the city by not enforcing a key part of the city's policy on homelessness. The lawsuit, … more
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) added 47 newly commissioned troopers — including Winlock resident Alexander C. Carro, Littlerock resident Kane B. Palmer and Tumwater resident Shelby V. … more
Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill into law that prohibits having a weapon at various locations that include zoos, libraries and public transit facilities. However, the prohibitions under Senate … more
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission is responding to last week's horrific high-speed crash in Renton that killed a woman and three young children, and badly injured two other children still … more
A series of earthquakes struck off the Oregon coast Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. Five temblors, ranging from magnitude 3.9 to magnitude 5.7, rumbled in the Pacific Ocean just … more
You can measure attendance. You can measure TV ratings. But how do you measure satisfaction? You can hear boos and read tweets and other social media posts — but how do you know if an … more
A 22-year-old Tumwater man accused of shooting at a driver Saturday is being held in Thurston County jail in lieu of $100,000 bail. Christian Joseph Olivencia attended his preliminary appearance … more
Some states seem to be straying away from the traditional college experience at a higher rate than others. A recent study from the personal finance site Wealth of Geeks reviewed data from the … more
A 29-year-old Spokane man pleaded guilty to criminal mistreatment Wednesday and was sentenced to credit for time served related to the "negligence" death of his 14-month-old daughter in 2021. … more
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