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The Coast Guard says it’s citing four people involved in a protest of the ‘Arctic Challenger’ over Memorial Day weekend and could face a monetary penalty.
Health officials say whooping cough is on the rise in Washington state.
Seattle police increased patrols around Nova High School.
Presentation that lawmakers will attend in exchange for free admission to this month's U.S. Open golf championship will be closed to the media.
Spokane police say they are continuing to investigate a former Pasco police officer.
The statewide Charter School Commission has voted to give Washington's first charter school one last chance.
Shell's using a Port Of Seattle Terminal to prepare for exploratory oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — An attorney representing the Olympia stepbrothers who were shot by a police officer last month says…
The new operation also has a taproom, which is good news for Kulshan fans who sometimes can’t find a seat.
A jury convicted William Smith of manslaughter in the killing of Jeremy McClellan in March.
St. Joseph Hospital giving patients new-and-improved food options
E. coli was probably there before Milk Makers Fest
Some Bellingham-area schoolchildren cutting themselves, posting photos to social media
Three cats apparently beaten, one fatally, in Custer
A crew from California will help fight the lightning-caused blaze
An autopsy has found that a 58-year-old Sammamish man who was killed in Pullman last weekend died of blunt force trauma to the head.
Ten environmental groups are suing a federal agency over its approval of drilling permits off Alaska's northwest coast.
Pierce County prosecutors have charged a Lakewood man suffering from epilepsy with vehicular homicide and assault.
The state treasurer says a plan by Senate Republicans to cut college tuition could hurt Washington's prepaid college-tuition program.
Seattle police say two burglars grabbed more than $100,000 worth of marijuana products during an overnight heist at three medical marijuana businesses.