The Prosser School Board has a full roster for the first time in months.
Cowlitz County sheriff's deputies who responded to a report that a pickup truck had run off a road and into a slough in Woodland, Wash., say a rescue diver located the pickup but not the driver.
The federal government filed a civil lawsuit Friday against Washington Closure Hanford, accusing it of falsely claiming credit for awarding small-business subcontracts worth millions of dollars.
Bill and Carole Allenbaugh of Finley are making breakfast for 400 people, despite cold temperatures.
BELLINGHAM - Whatcom County is preparing to open a "one-stop" permit center with the proposed purchase of a State Street building owned by the county's medical examiner.
The Washington State Patrol says a body found in a ditch along Highway 12 outside Aberdeen has been identified as that of a 36-year-old Aberdeen woman.
A health official in northwest Washington state says three college students who began to feel dizzy and lethargic while living for several months in a rental house have been told to move after the home tested positive for methamphetamine.
BELLINGHAM - The Whatcom Transportation Authority board has promoted from within, choosing Pete Stark to replace retiring Richard Walsh as general manager of the countywide public bus system.
The Movoto real estate research blog has named Richland one of the top cities in Washington.
The Spokane County sheriff's office says a woman found hanging earlier this week in the Spokane County Jail has died.
The Department of Ecology says it could take weeks or months before a sunken vessel in Tacoma's Hylebos Waterway can be removed.
Aspiring marijuana entrepreneurs in Washington state have an extra day to get their business license applications in.
One fisherman uses a bike to deliver hundreds of pounds of salmon to local markets. A mom who regularly shuttles her two kids around town once tried to haul a twin mattress home. And some companies are using the bikes to deliver beer kegs or pick up recycling.
The American Civil Liberties Union is seeking to block the release of low-level sex offender information to a Mesa woman.
BELLINGHAM - People may tour the second phase of the project to restore Squalicum Creek Estuary on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
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