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The winning numbers in Sunday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Daily Game" game were:
The winning numbers in Saturday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Hit 5" game were:
The winning numbers in Saturday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Lotto" game were:
Washington lawmakers return to the Capitol Monday to finish their work on a two-year state budget, but with no deal reached during their two-week interim, the special legislative session could take its full allotted 30 days, if not longer.
A former teacher at a Seattle private religious school has been charged with four counts of first-degree child molestation.
A man in his 20s was struck by a vehicle and critically injured when he ran into traffic in Bellevue on Interstate 405.
The girlfriend of a man missing from Yakima for nearly three and a half years has been charged with welfare fraud.
Aspiring film stars in Everett may have their chance at fame this next week as the crew working on a new movie seeks locals to fill out the scenes.
A group of Yakima Valley residents want to limit dairy operators from spraying manure on fields when air quality is poor.
A 30-year-old man previously jailed for raping a goat has pleaded guilty on Thursday to touching a girl.
The Boeing Co. plans to shed 1,500 information-technology jobs in Washington state over the next three years.
The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Keno" game were:
The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Match 4" game were:
The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Washington Lottery's "Daily Game" game were:
Neighbors say a man went on a rampage with a bulldozer-like piece of logging machinery on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, destroying two homes and knocking out power to thousands of people.
Washington's Judicial Conduct Commission has issued admonishments to one current and one former district court judge.
Police say a 77-year-old driver accidentally ran over his sister after she got out to direct traffic following a minor fender-bender in Renton.
The Spokane County medical examiner's office identified the man found dead on railroad tracks in Spokane Thursday as 40-year-old William L. Waters.
A student fell through a ceiling Friday at Aberdeen High School.
The state Supreme Court is considering whether prosecutors should be allowed to seek the death penalty against two people accused of killing a family of six in Carnation on Christmas Eve 2007.
A former student suing the Tacoma School District says school officials failed to protect her from a boy who raped her last year in a restroom at Mount Tahoma High School.
An Aberdeen tavern is under investigation in a food stamp fraud case.
A mistrial has been declared in the manslaughter case against a nanny accused of fatally injuring a 1-year-old Richland boy.
A woman trying to shoplift a bottle of wine in Spokane smashed it over the head of Hillyard Grocery employee Jason Hill Thursday evening when he confronted her going out the door.
Wildlife agents captured a cougar early Friday in the backyard of a Vancouver home.
A Moses Lake school is closed Friday due to an outbreak of a stomach flu virus that has sickened nearly a quarter of the students at Longview Elementary.
The second-driest start to May on record in Seattle will end in time for rain on Mother's Day, the National Weather Service said.
A Mill Creek police officer and a fleeing driver were injured in a collision about 1 a.m. Friday in a Snohomish County intersection.
A Benton City woman who was in another room working on a computer when her 1-year-old daughter died in the bathtub pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree manslaughter.
Vancouver police say a man is dead and another one is in custody after a shooting inside a home.
The young man known as the "Barefoot Bandit" says he's looking forward to leaving prison and having a "beautiful life."
Washington's Supreme Court has reinstated a $310,000 jury award to an Olympia man who sued five fellow Vietnamese-Americans for defaming him by calling him a communist.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee wants to streamline government permitting and review aerospace incentives in order to help convince Boeing Co. to build its 777X jetliner in the state.
Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn apologized Thursday for making a deliberate omission this week when he announced a plan to turn guns from a buyback program into plaques carrying messages of peace.
A 28-year-old Tacoma man has been charged with murder in the death of his girlfriend's 3-year-old son who had extensive internal bleeding from abdominal injuries.
A woman suffered only cuts and scrapes when she jumped out of a moving car Thursday on Interstate 405 in Kirkland in the path of a semi-truck.
Someone had the presence of mind to hit the emergency fuel shut-off switch. Otherwise there would have been more damage Thursday at a Seattle gas station where a car was pushed into a pump and caught fire.
The Washington state Administrative Office of the Courts was hacked in February, and up to 160,000 social security numbers and 1 million driver license numbers may have been accessed during the data breach of its public website.
A man accused of a fatal wrong-way crash on Highway 520 last month in Seattle pleaded not guilty Thursday to a charge of vehicle homicide.
The residential real estate market improved in the state for the third quarter in a row, according to a report released Thursday by the University of Washington.
A Snohomish County jury has convicted an inmate of first-degree aggravated murder in the killing of a prison guard.
Four Olympia city workers have been disciplined after an investigation into allegations of improper sexual behavior, harassment, and misuse of city time and equipment.
The Port of Seattle says All Nippon Airways will resume nonstop service between Sea-Tac Airport and Tokyo Narita on June 1.
An autopsy shows a teen who died in a Bellingham creek drowned and was not injured when he jumped into the water at Whatcom Falls.
Red light cameras are on their way out of Monroe.
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