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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.
Police arrested a Bellingham man Wednesday after he allegedly wrote letters to The Olympian detailing threats to kill Gov. Jay Inslee, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and President Barack Obama, court papers state.
Detectives with the Thurston County Sheriffs Office have arrested a 19-year-old former lifeguard at Great Wolf Lodge on suspicion of third-degree child rape, court records state.
The Mason County Sheriffs Office is seeking the publics assistance in locating Aaron Clinton Smith, who is considered armed with a .22 caliber rifle.
A 27-year-old Olympia woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges connecting her with her former Behavioral Health Resources counselor's strangulation death.
Shelton’s Skyline Drive-In theater has successfully raised the money it needs to buy a digital projector, which means you will still be able to curl up with a blanket in the back of your truck and watch a movie under the stars.
Julie Wyatt’s fifth-grade students at Pleasant Glade Elementary School weren’t surprised to hear she was named the state’s 2013 Elementary Science Teacher of the Year.
Saint Martins Universitys softball team had a successful NCAA Division II tournament debut Friday in Arcata, Calif., beating Grand Canyon, 2-1, in the West 1 Regional at Humboldt State.
Chehalis resident Bret Goss, a former Marine and current truck salesman, appeared on the game show "The Price is Right" Wednesday morning and won the Showcase Showdown.
Washington's high school students may have a greater incentive to take Advanced Placement computer science courses in the future, which state lawmakers hope will spur more school districts to offer the classes.
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