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With a series of storms headed this way, the Thanksgiving weekend in Western Washington will be typical for this time of year: Wet, blustery and cool. The first of three "pineapple expresses" will … more
OLYMPIA — Growing up in Tumwater, a half century ago, Mark and Kathleen Clark knew nothing of George Bush. They weren't taught about him in public school. They wouldn't learn about Bush — … more
The decomposing body of a woman who'd suffered a broken jaw and stab wound to her face was found on Tacoma's Eastside earlier this month, her family and friends say. The woman's mother, Debora … more
Oliver wanted to breathe the morning of his birth. He tried filling his lungs as doctors held him. But his trachea, obstructed by a malformed airway, couldn't take in air. Without intervention, … more
Medical training from a long career as a nurse and a dedicated group of searchers tied together by social media saved the life of a 68-year-old Spokane Valley woman who spent nearly five days trapped … more
Misty Raya, who's accused in a stolen firearms trafficking scheme that led to the fatal shooting of Clark County sheriff's Detective Jeremy Brown, was charged Wednesday with second-degree … more
The tattoos of an Auburn police officer — including one believed to quote the late fascist dictator Benito Mussolini — are relevant and potentially key evidence in the upcoming trial of … more
Finding places to play in the snow could be a little more difficult this winter due to staffing shortages at some state agencies. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expects plenty … more
A 29-year-old Portland woman was the victim killed in a Sunday shooting that prompted an hours-long stand-off with police, court documents reveal. Mariela Gonzalez-Rocha was found dead in her … more
WENATCHEE — Reflecting on her fifth wildfire season as commissioner of public lands, Hilary Franz says the bottom line is this: "I think the fire season itself was a win, even though we had … more
A federal jury on Tuesday awarded a Seattle woman nearly $7 million in damages for injuries she suffered as a passenger on the Amtrak Cascades 501 train that derailed at high speed near DuPont, … more
PESHASTIN — An 68-year old Spokane Valley woman who had been missing since last Thursday was found Monday night 30-40 feet down an embankment on Blewett Pass. She was found at 7:32 p.m. A … more
King County has agreed to pay $1.25 million to settle a lawsuit filed by a formerly jailed man who was severely beaten in his sleep by a man who was placed into general population despite being in … more
OLYMPIA — Sitting in Washington's secretary of state's office in the Capitol on one of her last days of work, Kim Wyman shows off a trio of mantra bands on her wrist. Made by a friend, one … more
Setting up hundreds of thousands of lights at the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium is a tough job — just ask Justin Pfeiffer. As the zoo's ground horticulturist and Zoolights coordinator, … more
The drought in the western United States is so severe that it’s now getting frequent headlines in the east, where rainfall has been plentiful. The latest comes from the Washington Post, … more
A 39-year-old Aloha man is facing felony charges after allegedly stealing a John Deere backhoe and driving it for nearly 30 miles, at one point fleeing a traffic stop, during a lengthy, slow-speed … more
Oregonians no longer must wear masks in public outdoor settings, state health officials said Tuesday, lifting a COVID-19 pandemic mandate in place nearly three months. The state has since late … more
Seattle may style itself the capital of the information economy, but the "bits" that matter most to locals like Heidi Thorsen are the quarters she and her customers have had to scrounge for since the … more
The death of a 23-year-old inmate in Pasco late Friday has been ruled a suicide. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office released more details Monday afternoon about Jesus Alejandro … more
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