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A Clark County judge set bail at $1 million each for the adoptive parents of a 15-year-old Vancouver boy who died from starvation and neglect in November. Both Felicia L. Adams, 52, and Jesse C. … more
The teen suspected of stealing a Pride flag from the Central Washington University Student Union and Recreation Center and later burning it told police he stole the flag in retaliation for the … more
WASHINGTON — Starting in July, most American families are eligible to receive monthly payments of up to $300 per child that promise to cut child poverty by nearly half, but the White House and … more
Harbor Wholesale, a Lacey-based food distributor, still needs workers. And this time the business is offering a $2,000 signing bonus, according to information released Monday. The hiring event is … more
A fully-grown chimpanzee was shot by Umatilla County deputies after it attacked a woman. It’s not clear what caused the more than 200 pound ape to charge about 8 a.m. Sunday. When owner … more
Pacific Northwest officials say they don't expect an ongoing chlorine shortage to affect water quality, although some residents have been asked to limit water use. The supply disruption was caused … more
Troopers say a failure to yield triggered a three-car wreck in Grays Harbor County Saturday morning. An Olympia woman, 37, was injured in the crash and taken to Summit Pacific Medical Center in … more
So far this year, only 44% of Washington high school seniors have sent in paperwork that could help them get state or federal financial aid for college. It's the lowest rate on record since 2016, and … more
The reward for information leading to a conviction in a Washington wolf poaching case grew to $15,000 over the course of the week. A female wolf that had pups earlier this year was illegally … more
POINT ROBERTS — The electrician wasn't coming. Gradyn Comfort, 62, stood at the bow of the Salish Sea Express — a small ferry normally used for whale watching but  deployed as a … more
Another week of the state’s vaccine lottery has passed, and this time, a Yakima resident claimed the $250,000 prize, Washington’s Lottery announced Thursday. The winner, identified as … more
Washington state officials have said a petition that was filed last month to recall Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic was dismissed this week. The … more
Cloud first, blue sky thinking, granulation, growth hacking. Regretfully, when it comes to abusing that kind of jargon in job ads, Washington state is the country's biggest offender. A recent … more
Last November, tens of thousands of Washingtonians were told to repay millions of dollars in federal unemployment benefits after the state botched a process for verifying eligibility. Now, … more
If they open it up, will people come? With the state of Washington on track to lift all COVID-19 restrictions on June 30, the Mariners announced Thursday that they will open up all seating for … more
A 49-year-old Seattle man was arrested late Thursday, accused of stealing the vehicle of an off-duty Seattle police officer earlier this week after she was struck by a car and killed while assisting … more
Authorities recovered the body of a Bellevue man who drowned in Lake Washington Wednesday while trying to rescue his son who had fallen off a boat. Mercer Island police said the body was found … more
Washington is going to fully reopen soon. Not today. Probably not tomorrow. But soon. End of the month at the latest. "We are on the two-yard line," Gov. Jay Inslee said Tuesday, pleading with … more
The United States will acknowledge Juneteenth as an official public holiday for the first time in history this year, following the example set by the Legislature in May. President Joe Biden signed … more
The year's first Asian giant hornet sighting in the nation was reported in Snohomish County, entomologists with state and federal agencies confirmed Wednesday. Officials said the hornet, which had … more
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