Northwest News HEADLINES
One Franklin County resident took issue with part of the city of Pasco's six-year transportation improvement plan at Monday's council meeting.
State officials will investigate allegations that the Pasco School District misused public resources to promote a $46.8 million bond.
PeaceHealth and Regence BlueShield have broken their stalemate over reimbursement rates - just days before a June 30 deadline that would have required thousands of Whatcom County residents to pay more or travel out of the county for medical care.
A reward for information in the unsolved killing of a 15-year-old Seattle high school student slain in a drive-by shooting has been increased to $34,000.
After getting another rebuff in tribal court, Nooksack Indians facing loss of their tribal membership have filed a new lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Seattle.
The driver Oregon police say fatally struck a man trying to dribble a soccer ball 10,000 miles from Seattle to Brazil for the World Cup has been arrested.
A U.S. Army major from Spokane has been named one of NASA's eight new astronaut trainees.
BELLINGHAM - The Public Development Authority's plan for a major development to link downtown, Old Town and a redeveloping central waterfront is moving forward, City Council was told Monday, June 17.
The King County Sheriff's office says they have charged two people in connection with the theft of 4.3 miles of copper wire from the Sound Transit light rail system.
Police say that a woman was found dead inside her Bellevue home Monday and investigators suspect foul play.
The Whatcom Transportation Authority will hold a public hearing at 8 a.m. Thursday, June 20, before deciding whether to eliminate the Squalicum Harbor bus route.
Snohomish County detectives are investigating a homicide after a young woman was found dead Monday in a Lake Stevens home.
Five Guantanamo Bay prisoners accused of helping orchestrate the Sept. 11 terror attack returned to court Monday as arguments resumed over preparations for a trial that remains distant.
No homes were damaged by a brush fire that burned an estimated 500 acres Monday afternoon near the intersection of Meals Road and East Toothaker Road near Hover Park in Finley.
Three Pasco men were injured when their pickup rolled over Friday.
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- Clover Park student to miss graduation over math test