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Get ready for more smoke and foul air this summer. This year's rate of wildfires has been record-breaking for Washington thus far, and it could get worse. The average wildfire season in Washington … more
A Mason County woman was injured Saturday afternoon after she lost control of the trailer she was hauling, then rolled the vehicle that was hauling it in the process, according to Washington State … more
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, is calling on Gov. Jay Inslee to deploy Washington state National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border. She's one of the three Republican … more
A statewide burn ban is in effect for all of Washington's forest lands and state parks as of Friday. On Department of Natural Resources land, that means no campfires, use of charcoal briquettes or … more
Two men may have saved a woman's life in Tacoma on Friday when the car she was driving began rolling into a busy intersection. The men were able to smash the car window and dive into the vehicle to … more
About 3 a.m. Thursday, on Percival Landing's E dock, someone was attempting to board and steal a boat. Before the suspect could get on board, the boat's owners, who were armed with a gun, … more
Attorneys for an Everett woman heading to trial this month on charges of lying to a grand jury investigating the 2001 shooting death of Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas Wales are accusing the … more
Manisha Mathur spent the day before her naturalization ceremony calling her friends and her mother, who lives in their hometown of Rajasthan, India, to quiz them on what she should wear to an event … more
Washington state may have lifted its COVID-19 restrictions on Wednesday, June 30, but the crowds of people the pandemic pushed into the outdoors are here to stay. State and national parks are … more
The heat wave might be over, but Washington state and local officials are sweating over July 4 weekend fireworks celebrations that could spark even more trouble for Seattle and the entire … more
A ransomware attack on an outside contractor for Washington's Department of Labor and Industries may have exposed contact information and other personal data for more than 16,000 workers' … more
After a yearlong moratorium that limited evictions on an unprecedented scale, more evictions are set to resume across Washington in coming weeks. Gov. Jay Inslee this week released details of what … more
New jobless claims fell only slightly last week in Washington state and remain at historic high levels — although that trend could change as the state economy fully reopens this … more
A head-on collision in Tumwater Wednesday evening shut down a portion of 54th Avenue Southwest for nearly two hours. Around 7 p.m. Wednesday, a man was driving on 54th Avenue Southwest and talking … more
The first West Nile virus in Washington state this year has been found in mosquitoes about five miles west of Pasco, says the Washington state Department of Health. The virus was detected in … more
We just got our first glimpse of population data for 2021, and it shows that Washington grew steadily through the COVID-19 pandemic. And despite speculation of an exodus from Seattle, the state's … more
Gov. Jay Inslee celebrated Washington state's reopening on Thursday in typical Seattle fashion: on the roof of the Space Needle under a cloudy morning sky. Coming off a record-breaking heat wave, … more
Yet another  weekly $250,000 Washington state vaccine lottery winner has been named. And once again, most of us didn't win. Stephen T., of Walla Walla, was this week's Shot of a Lifetime … more
Loved ones and colleagues of Alexandra "Lexi" Harris, a Seattle police officer who was struck by a driver and killed on Interstate 5 while helping at a crash scene, gathered Thursday for a procession … more
A posse of children on bikes and scooters tracked down a stolen bicycle June 22 and got the suspect arrested. Police were called to the Albertson's store at 11330 51st Ave. NW in Gig Harbor over a … more
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