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The Washington Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a nine-month legal fight over whether records identifying six Seattle police officers who attended a pro-Trump rally before the Jan. 6 attack … more
A tornado warning, heavy rain, hail, high winds, severe thunderstorms, snow and a small earthquake were a part of a mixed bag of events that occurred during a dramatic Tuesday in Washington … more
It's probably not a big shock to learn that less screen time and more physical activity for children leads to better mental health. A recent University of Washington pediatric study backs up that … more
King County has received complaints about 150 businesses as of last week that members of the public feel haven't been complying with a new countywide policy requiring patrons to show proof of … more
Improvements to Washington's infrastructure are on the way, with special attention being paid to the Interstate 5 Bridge. Congress passed a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package Friday, with $550 … more
Olympia police arrested a bank robbery suspect minutes after the incident was reported Tuesday morning, a police spokesman said. About 11 a.m., police were dispatched to the Wells Fargo branch … more
Kaiser Permanente employees in Southwest Washington are set to strike Nov. 15 unless a deal is reached between union officials and Kaiser management. A strike could impact multiple facilities in … more
The number of car thefts in Olympia spiked to 36 in October, police announced in a post on social media. They also offered some tips to prevent it. — Never leave a spare key in the … more
Multiple agencies rescued a woman Tuesday morning from the Columbia River after she fell from the northbound lane of the Interstate 205 Bridge, according to the Vancouver Fire Department. The … more
A two-year-old girl and her mother fell about 50 feet while hiking near a Multnomah Falls trail Sunday afternoon, according to the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies responded to … more
The FBI finally gave up. After chasing thousands of leads over more than four decades, the federal law-enforcement agency closed its D.B. Cooper case in 2016 without a resolution. Whoever boarded … more
A Vancouver woman was denied a permanent restraining order against her estranged husband before he was arrested and charged with her murder Sunday, according to court documents. Monica Murrah … more
Malik F. Muhammad, an Indiana man accused of hurling Molotov cocktails at police last year and breaking windows downtown, convinced a federal magistrate judge late last month to release him to … more
A man accused as part of a tree poaching ring suspected of illegally harvesting maple trees in Olympic National Forest has been sentenced. The group's activities led to a massive forest fire in 2018. … more
Of the 109 cargo containers that went overboard from the Zim Kingston, a cargo ship that caught fire near British Columbia last month, 105 have not been seen, according to the Canadian Coast Guard … more
Looks like it's going to be a blustery, busy weather day Tuesday with strong winds, periods of heavy rain, snow in the mountains, minor flooding and a risk of landslides, according to the National … more
OLYMPIA — State and local governments are taking matters into their own hands when it comes to fighting climate change. Congress recently passed its $1 trillion infrastructure bill, which … more
A study of nearly 2 million people vaccinated against the coronavirus has found that those receiving the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines had less of a chance of being hospitalized after a breakthrough … more
A Bellingham man allegedly used a gun-shaped torch to force a man he didn't know to buy a pack of cigarettes for him last week at the Bellingham Safeway. Bellingham Police booked Paul Michael … more
Gov. Jay Inslee spent the weekend announcing climate pledges at the U.N. climate talks that aim to reduce planet-warming emissions from Washington's public fleet vehicles and the region's building … more
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