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MOUNT VERNON — The Baumgardner family knows the risks of flooding well. Their sprawling Baumgardner Dairy Farm sits just south of the Skagit River, which is so routinely swollen by rainwater … more
LOS ANGELES — A thunderstorm in Colorado sent the two college students racing for cover down a mountain ridge. A black bear charged at one of them in Washington state. A wildfire’s flames … more
Lincoln City residents had an extra guest for Thanksgiving weekend: a sea lion who spent Friday evening wandering a residential part of town. The sea lion came out of the Siletz River onto … more
Vancouver's Alicia Nilo is facing a long road to recovery after being struck in the hip by a seemingly random bullet on Oct. 21 while running along the Padden Parkway Trail. Her recovery will take … more
An emergency alert advising Sumas and Everson residents to voluntarily evacuate Saturday night, Nov. 27, was sent out shortly before 6 p.m. as rain continued to fall in Whatcom County. "Life … more
The search for the shooter who terrorized Tacoma Mall shoppers Friday night entered its second day Saturday as a victim recovered in a local hospital. Tacoma police spokesman officer Gary Wurges … more
A shooting near the food court Friday night left one person injured and locked down the Tacoma Mall, according to the Pierce County Sheriff's Department and Tacoma police. An off-duty Tacoma … more
A Bellingham man is facing a hate crime charge after allegedly yelling anti-Semitic slurs at a Jewish neighbor in early November. Scott Michael Lavoie, 59, was charged Nov. 8 with the commission … more
One of the bylaw rules of the Portland Ghostbusters – and it’s amazing this needs to be said – is that members don’t actually trap ghosts. “We don’t do … more
For $258,500, or the highest bid, you can own a two-story building filled with tall tales, many told in the Netflix documentary “Wild Wild Country,” about the Rajneeshees commune that … more
A man was shot multiple times by a security officer on Black Friday outside the Kennewick Walmart. Alexander Yell, 31, was suspected of taking merchandise from the 2720 S. Quillan St. store at … more
ABOARD THE SOUND GUARDIAN, Puget Sound — The Sound Guardian, King County's research vessel, eased into the blue of Puget Sound for a water-quality monitoring cruise. The crew slung equipment … more
In the wake of pandemic school closures, school districts in Washington state saw their enrollments decline by tens of thousands of students. The statewide drop, calculated between fall 2019 and fall … more
The number of vacancies in the Spokane Fire Department due to Gov. Jay Inslee's vaccine mandate continues to dwindle. The city and Spokane Firefighters Union have reached an agreement that will … more
Police are investigating after a 2-year-old boy was struck and killed by a vehicle Thursday in the parking lot of a Tacoma apartment complex. The incident occurred just before 4 p.m. in the 2000 … more
On Nov. 26, or Native American Heritage Day, Washington Sen. Patty Murray emphasized the importance of continuing to advocate for the state's tribal communities past the commemorative holiday. The … more
Jennifer Ramella remembers exactly how she felt when she looked at her children’s school calendar and saw the day that her 18-year-old daughter will graduate from Graham-Kapowsin High School. … more
The 20-year-old father was arrested Wednesday after his 14-day-old baby was found to have a skull fracture. Nathan Lee Webster was booked into the Benton County jail on investigation of … more
LOS ANGELES — Wolf advocates across the nation were brooding over the bad news this week: The epic journey of a lone gray wolf that ventured from Oregon to the very edge of Southern … more
A 67-year-old woman was killed early Thursday when a suspected drunken driver hit the car she was riding in on Interstate 5 in Tacoma, according to the Washington State Patrol. The crash happened … more
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