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Natasha Brincefield was born with a giving heart. When she was in middle school, Natasha used her weekly allowance to buy lunch for a friend who couldn't afford it, her mother, Kathina … more
Over the course of two days, Washington State Board of Education members set legislative priorities, examined the gaps and gains in school districts' compliance with educational mandates, and heard … more
After more than 19 months, the U.S.-Canada border is open. Beginning Monday, fully vaccinated travelers can now go to and from the U.S. and Canada. The Biden administration announced the … more
A lawsuit has been filed against the companies that run Fieldstone Memory Care in Olympia on behalf of the family of a resident who died at the facility in July. According to the lawsuit filed … more
The first significant snow of the season fell on Western Washington mountains this weekend, bringing nearly two feet of snow to some areas. As of Sunday afternoon, Mount Baker and other high … more
Search-and-rescue crews scoured portions of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest this weekend for a high-ranking member of the Seattle Fire Department who disappeared while hunting. Deputy … more
A man was slashed with a knife in downtown Olympia Sunday morning, according to Olympia police. The victim, who is thought to be in this 40s, has been treated at an area hospital and released, … more
As more details emerge about the new federal infrastructure package, the scale of its impact in and around Seattle and across Washington is coming more sharply into focus— and it's big. … more
Chinook and Cayuse passes over the Washington Cascade Mountains were closed Saturday until at least Monday due to snow and crashes, said the Washington state Department of Transportation. … more
Progressive lawmakers and civil rights groups want more states to follow Oregon’s recent example and drop criminal penalties for carrying small amounts of heroin, cocaine or other drugs, and to … more
A Coast Guard water rescue early Friday morning in Willapa Bay averted a drowning after a boat carrying two passengers capsized. According to a Coast Guard report Friday, Coast Guard Sector … more
The body of a 98-year-old man who died of COVID-19 was dissected in front of a paying audience inside a downtown Portland hotel last month — after his wife thought she donated his body to … more
More than two years after an infant girl was found unresponsive in her parents' Seattle apartment, her 40-year-old father has been charged with second-degree murder, accused of giving the baby a … more
Gov. Jay Inslee's office is disputing several allegations presented in former Washington State University football coach Nick Rolovich's appeal of his firing, including the notion that Inslee enacted … more
It's that time of year again. Washington and most of the rest of the country will set its clocks back one hour to end daylight saving time at 2 a.m. Sunday, and lawmakers are hoping it's the last … more
King County is on track to see the largest single-year increase in deaths linked to drug and alcohol overdoses in more than a decade. Fatal overdoses this year surpassed the 24% increase in … more
Ann Davison, a Republican who has promised to restore law and order to the streets of Seattle by increasing prosecution of misdemeanor crimes and clearing out homeless camps, has defeated progressive … more
Vaccinations offer better protection against COVID-19 than  immunity from being infected with the virus, according to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While … more
So far in 2021, 6.3 million notices of data breaches have been sent to Washingtonians — by far the largest number since Attorney General Bob Ferguson's office began tracking this. The … more
Former Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich has submitted an appeal to the university over his dismissal last month for failing to comply with the state's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The … more
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