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His nickname is "Mouse," and he's either in hiding or on the run. Pierce County prosecutors have charged him with first-degree attempted murder. The victim is his ex-girlfriend, who survived a … more
The first days of the new year are expected to bring warmer weather to Seattle with rain returning to the city and snowstorms likely relegated to the mountains. "The good news," said Jeffrey … more
Two 19-year-old men were rescued Saturday in Lane County by the U.S. Coast Guard after signaling for help by writing an SOS sign in the snow. The two men went camping near Swastika Mountain … more
When Spokane police solved the 62-year-old cold case murder of 9-year-old Candice "Candy" Elaine Rogers, it sent a wave of emotions and memories through multiple generations of her family. One … more
  GRAHAM, Pierce County — Darrell Herde lived on 244th Street for nearly 30 years, never considering the risk of wildfire. Not until the knock on his door when, still bleary-eyed with … more
Responding to the local spike in COVID-19 cases, UW Medicine has announced it will postpone all non-urgent surgeries until Jan. 14. In an email to patients, the health care complex explained it … more
Three men were injured in three separate shootings on New Year's Eve and early New Year's Day, according to the Seattle Police Department. So far, one suspect has been arrested in a shooting where … more
Beginning Jan. 1, 2022, the city of Cosmopolis will no longer have its 12 volunteer firefighters. According to a release from the Association of Cosmopolis Firefighters, all current members of the … more
The Washington State minimum wage increases Saturday, reflecting inflation over the past year.  The new hourly minimum, which applies to employees 16 years and older, will increase 80 cents … more
Beau Appling had already had a pretty full day before he was nearly crushed by a tree. See the video here: … more
Corbett Fire Chief Rick Wuncsch recalled the harrowing rescue of a hiker who slipped on a Multnomah Falls trail and was left hanging onto a tree root overlooking a cliff Monday. The woman, who has … more
In early November, Washington native Marnie Gustavson returned to Kabul, where she has lived and worked for more than 15 years. Gustavson is the executive director of PARSA, a nonprofit that … more
If 2021 wasn't your year, perhaps 2022 will be. A Washington lottery drawing on New Year's Day brings the chance to ring in the new year with a $500 million prize. The winning player must have a … more
The good news: the Washington state Attorney General's Office is going after $7.4 million in stolen jobless benefits the office contends are in accounts at Wells Fargo, one of dozens of banks … more
For the second day in a row on Thursday, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport earned a dubious distinction: Sea-Tac had more canceled flights than any other airport on the planet. Thanks to … more
Heat waves, rivers of rain from the tropics and now a record-breaking snap of bitter cold. Western Washington's weather has been full of extremes this past year, and  much of it unfolded the … more
A Kenmore man is accused of storming the court during his son's basketball game at Kenmore Middle School two weeks ago and slamming into a referee from behind, breaking the man's nose and cheekbone … more
An E. coli outbreak linked to Simple Truth Organic Power Greens from Fred Meyer and QFC stores is spreading through Washington, according to the Washington Department of Health. No cases have been … more
New jobless claims in Washington jumped for the second straight week, but the increase likely reflects normal seasonal layoffs, not the recent surge in COVID cases. Washingtonians filed 7,047 new, … more
The proposed Initiative 1436, which sought to challenge the state's fledging long-term care program, fell short of the number of signatures it needed to qualify for the November 2022 statewide ballot … more
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