The West Coast Creation Music Festival is coming to the Tri-Cities this summer, drawing as many as 15,000 Christian music fans a day.
BLAINE - The City Council has approved a general fund budget for 2014 that doesn't include a property tax increase for Blaine residents.
BELLINGHAM - The public is invited to visit the new Perry Center for Fisheries and Aquaculture Sciences during an open house Tuesday, Dec. 17, in Maritime Heritage Park.
Sloppy campaign bookkeeping four years ago caught up to Whatcom County Council member Ken Mann, who was fined $300 on Thursday, Dec. 12, for filing late and inaccurate financial reports from his 2009 campaign.
Advocates for women urged the Montana Supreme Court on Friday to strike down a one-month prison sentence for a former high school teacher convicted of raping a freshman student.
The Snohomish County sheriff's office says a suspect was arrested Thursday for an assault on a cab driver in Lynnwood.
Officials in Latah County say a man who reached a plea agreement in the April 2010 disappearance of a Clarkston, Wash., woman recently offered information that prosecutors hope will help locate her body.
The operator of a 71-year-old northern Idaho silver mine that was beset by fatal and injury accidents two years ago has been hit by another lawsuit, this time filed by four miners who say managers dispatched them deep underground into unsafe working conditions while lying that the area was safe.
Three horses died and one was seriously injured early Friday morning after being struck by a semi-truck north of Poulsbo, said officials with the Washington State Patrol.
The Defense Department says a helicopter unit from Joint Base Lewis-McChord will be going to Afghanistan for nine months next year as part of a rotation of forces.
The United States has staked out its position for potential negotiations with Canada over a treaty governing hydropower and flood control on the Columbia River, and it seeks to keep more of the energy produced at dams.
Police say a cabbie was pistol-whipped and robbed early Friday in Seattle after he pulled over to pick up a man who flagged him down.
National, state and local political leaders called for a vote Friday on a proposed contract between Boeing and Puget Sound machinists, even though local union leaders have already rejected the company's latest offer in the high-stakes negotiations to keep thousands of jobs in the state.
A Chinook Middle School student has been caught with a stun gun on a school bus in SeaTac.
Ben Franklin Transit general manager Tim Fredrickson will resign effective Dec. 31 for personal and health reasons. He has led the service for 18 years.
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