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The Lacey City Council has unanimously approved an update to the city’s water comprehensive plan and rescinded an 8-year-old water moratorium.
The latest batch of documents released in the Susan Powell case show investigators seeking permission to mount wiretaps on her husband Josh Powell's phone after she vanished in December 2009.
Sheriff’s deputies will patrol Thurston County’s waterways starting Memorial Day weekend and through the summer with the goal of ensuring boater safety and cutting down on boating under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife confirms that wolves from the Umatilla River pack have killed four sheep on private land near Weston in northeast Oregon.
A driver in his 80s has died after a head-on collision with a Mason County Fire District 2 ambulance.
Imprisoned in his native Burma for his pro-democracy and labor rights activism, Myo Aung Thant hadn't seen his family in person for about 16 years. But on Friday night, the 57-year-old walked off a plane at the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco and back into their arms.
Myo Aung Thant hadn't seen his family in person for about 16 years.
Tom Watson has kept a crumbling leather wallet tucked away in his office for almost three years.
A local Red Cross volunteer is scheduled to deploy early Saturday to Oklahoma to help after Mondays deadly tornadoes.
If you're planning to hit the road this Memorial Day weekend, here's what you can expect weather-wise, traffic-wise and price-wise at the gas pumps.
The founder of Shelby SuperCars along with local officials and community leaders, will break ground Tuesday in West Richland on a new manufacturing facility for his company.
The Columbia River Young Marine unit made a donation Friday to help combat a recent theft.
Wondering what summer camps are available around the Mid-Columbia? We've got the answers.
Auction of Washington Wines is sponsoring a Revelry on Red Mountain event.
PROSSER -- The Prosser School Board has started searching for a community member to fill Pos. No. 5 recently vacated by board member Travis Davis.
FOB Tacoma: Army Pacific commander hints at Stryker review, but says downsizing could have a light touch in the region
Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council approves appointments to new citizens task force on homelessness
- Trucker bumps I-5 bridge, sees horror behind him
- Skagit bridge collapse will mean headaches for Whatcom County, Canada commerce
- Morning links: Do Seahawks lack a deep threat?
- Star Track: Liebel outruns rivals for hurdles crown
- Two alleged sovereign citizens from Pierce County sentenced