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A group in Congress says it will fight any attempt to privatize the Northwest’s hydroelectric system.
“I was so glad I stopped before I hit it.”
Tony Reed testified that he helped defendant John Reed hide the bodies of a slain Oso couple.
Bette Moore recently carded the 2nd hole-in-one of her lifetime — this one at the age of 91
The accident occurred at a construction site near the 148th Avenue Northeast interchange.
However, the Island County prosecutor called the police chief’s actions during an arrest “disturbing.”
Matt and Mike French and Eric Cheong are the new owners of the beloved Coupeville landmark.
A proposed pump to supply much-needed water to Eastern Washington during droughts could affect recreation.
It was the first fatal cougar attack in Washington State in 94 years.
DNA and ancestry research led investigators to a 55-year-old SeaTac man.
Alaska, United and Southwest are expected to begin service from Everett in September.
More than a dozen cities in Western Washington, including Port Townsend, have enacted similar laws.
As calls for accountability and inclusions roil Hollywood, SIFF’s power duo leads the nation’s largest film festival into a fairer future.
The measure decreases the original proposal by 45 percent, leaving some to question if it’ll raise enough to do the job.
Ahead of this weekend’s big wedding, she remembers her time among royalty.
Only 19 kokanee salmon returned to spawn this year.
The U.S. Geological Survey says Glacier Peak poses a “very high threat” and needs better monitoring.
Mysteries continue to circulate about how they got there.
He was best known for “putting light into what some people would consider dark corners.”
The car was built in 1901, was one of two train cars built to a specific design specification and is the only survivor of the two.