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A 20-year-old Aberdeen woman was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with serious injuries Saturday.
Sgt. Luke Cifka left for Afghanistan this past spring determined to return home to his wife and infant son. He's back in the states with family, but not in the way he wanted.
Two people apprehended a registered sex offender who was observed Thursday following children and taking their pictures at the Tumwater Walmart and Fred Meyer stores, police said.
In a bid to break a budget logjam, House Democrats put a new offer on the table Wednesday that sharply reduces their previous spending targets and tax-hike plans.
Lawmakers are debating how to close a potentially $160 million loophole in Washingtons estate tax even as the Department of Revenue prepares to begin issuing refunds to comply with a state Supreme Court ruling.
Washington State Patrol troopers arrested 45 people accused of driving under the influence in Thurston and Pierce counties over Memorial Day Weekend.
As lawmakers work overtime in Olympia to finalize a new two-year spending plan, some want to begin budget negotiations earlier in the future to help prevent special sessions like this one.
Sgt. Erik Neuenschwander lowered his standards on what makes a good bed after he spent a morning climbing an icy mountain with a backpack full of Army satellite equipment.
Monday was a busy and solemn day on Washington’s Capitol Campus, which is home to several veterans monuments.
Four screeching peregrine falcon chicks squirmed in a cardboard box as a small crowd gathered around, cameras at the ready. Weighing in at approximately 3 1/2 pounds, the estimated 22-day-old balls of white fluff were banded and sexed.
Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council unanimously passes halfway house ordinance, bans multiple sex offenders, violent felons from living in residential areas
- Woman pleads not guilty to assaulting baby, makes bizarre statements
- Man dies of injuries after longboard crash at Chambers Bay
- Wilson faces more pressure than other young QBs?
- New Puyallup River bridge at SR 167 expected in next few years; funding an issue with Milroy span
- City of Tacoma puts out a request for developers to build on downtown’s biggest undeveloped site