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During a caucus reorganization meeting on Monday, Democrats in the state House held elections for seven caucus leadership positions.  Rep. Laurie Jinkins, D-Tacoma, was re-elected to a third … more
State Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, released a statement this week demanding a 2021 change in state law be reversed, arguing the change will allow a Clark County child-murderer to go … more
Good news for fans of “The Goonies:” The old Victorian home featured in the film is on sale in Astoria, Oregon, and potential buyers are considering making it more accessible to the … more
The soaring number of catalytic converter thefts from vehicles has become an increasing matter of concern in Oregon, and throughout the country. In 2021, the Oregon legislature passed a law intended … more
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Monday that she is issuing a pardon for Oregonians who have been convicted of simple possession of marijuana. The pardon is for people convicted of possessing one … more
In a sign of mounting frustration, Multnomah County’s top prosecutor Monday released a list of the cases of nearly 300 people who have had charges dismissed against them this year because no … more
Forget about Black Friday shopping – here in the Pacific Northwest we like to get outside. State parks in Oregon and Washington will once again waive all parking fees on the day after … more
A man was arrested in Bellingham last week for attempting to harm a police dog, attempting to elude police and obstructing a police officer after a chase that started when police attempted to serve … more
The Olympia Police Department has opened an investigation to determine what led to the suicide of a man in a west Olympia intersection Saturday. Lt. Paul Lower said OPD was made aware of a … more
A Clark County Superior Court jury found a Vancouver man guilty Monday morning of second-degree manslaughter in the 2020 death of his infant daughter. The jury was hung on a charge of second-degree … more
LACEY — The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission has upheld a $226,000 penalty assessed against CenturyLink and its five subsidiaries for raising rates without informing the UTC, … more
Amazon is locking some laid-off employees out of its offices and their company-issued laptops on Wednesday, about a week after the company started notifying workers that their positions were being … more
A jury convicted Yasir Darraji on Monday of murdering his ex-wife, whose strangled body was found burning in her car on Spokane's South Hill on Jan. 30, 2020. Yasir Darraji, a 33-year-old Iraqi … more
Western Washington University officials are investigating racist threats directed against Black students last weekend, the latest of several recent incidents of bigotry on campus that also targeted … more
Don't travel cold turkey this year. Though travel times vary each year and holiday, traffic analysts with the Washington State Department of Transportation have issued their annual holiday traffic … more
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — With some of the last net pens floating behind her in Rich Passage, state Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz announced an executive order Friday morning to end … more
Idaho's federal delegation urged the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to act on a petition to delist grizzly bears, Friday. In a letter U.S. Senators Jim Risch and Mike Crapo and Representatives … more
For disabled students in Washington, the right to free special education services lasts until the end of the school year in which they turn 21. A class-action lawsuit filed in federal court this week … more
OLYMPIA — Washington is projected to collect $762 million more in revenue in the current two-year budget period than projected last quarter, according to figures released Friday by the Economic … more
Visitors at Point Defiance Zoo will be able to see its newest additions: walruses Balzak and Lakina. Male walrus Balzak and female walrus Lakina arrived Wednesday in Tacoma from Aquarium du … more
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