From Olympian HEADLINES
Help may be on the way for a starving harbor seal pup left abandoned in Henderson Inlet for nearly a week.
The woman was found in the 100 block of Wildwood Road at 10:18 a.m. Tuesday resting against rocks on her property by the Chehalis River.
Lacey Police are searching for Alene Stevenson, a 78-year-old woman with Parkinson's disease who walked away from HRC ManorCare on Sunday.
The Washington State Patrol is now investigating whether one of the stabbing suspects from Tuesday afternoon's double stabbing near Sylvester Park is still on the loose.
Two people were hospitalized after a stabbing on Pacific Avenue in Olympia early Thursday morning.
One day after a fight in Sylvester Park escalated to a double stabbing that spilled out onto the sidewalks of downtown Olympia Tuesday afternoon, residents and business owners were asking what can be done to make sure the park is safe.
A chaotic fight in downtown Olympia after 4 p.m. Tuesday left the sidewalks stained with blood and two men in area hospitals with stab wounds including one who was in serious condition Tuesday night, according to police.
A Sheriff's deputy tried to stop the driver of a car for driving 44 mph in a 30 mph zone at around 12:32 a.m., but the driver fled, according to Sgt. Kevin Slease.
The incident began when a Sheriff's deputy saw two men allegedly stealing gas from an underground tank at a convenience store on the corner of 153rd Ave. S.E. and Vail Road at 2:07 a.m., according to Sheriff's Sgt. Kevin Slease.
A man is still at large after attempting to rob another man at knifepoint at the Lacey Wells Fargo ATM Friday night.
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