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Federal prosecutors on Monday rested their seditious conspiracy case against former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio and four lieutenants charged with plotting to stop the transfer o... [Read More]
The Woodland City Council appointed Aaron Alderman, 53, to the council Monday, filling the empty seat left behind by Karl Chapman when he resigned last... [Read More]
A King County Sheriff's deputy was shot in Seattle Monday while trying to serve an eviction notice, and a person inside the residence was later... [Read More]
"EMERGENCY CALLOUT! Two injured climbers, one broken leg, one unconscious since yesterday at moraine above Colchuck Lake." [Read More]
A 54-year-old Longview man was identified Monday as the person who was dropped off at a local hospital March 10 and later pronounced dead. [Read More]
A second man was arrested Monday morning in connection with a fatal March 11 shooting outside a Safeway on Mill Plain Boulevard in Vancouver. [Read More]
The Vancouver Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing woman and her 8-year-old daughter. ... [Read More]
The supreme leader of the Taliban has issued a decree against nepotism, barring officials in Afghanistan's Taliban administration from hiring relatives in government positions. [Read More]
The State Department announced Monday that the U.S. will send Ukraine $350 million in weapons and equipment, as fierce battles with Russian forces continue for control of... [Read More]
Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Monday invited his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for the Group of Seven major industrial nations' summit in May and... [Read More]
A 25-year-old Longview man is charged with first-degree manslaughter after authorities say a 2-month-old baby died from shaken-baby syndrome last month. [Read More]
Starbucks officially has a new CEO. [Read More]
Charles Adkins remembers when he was asked to pay $700 to stay at the dorms at The Evergreen State College during his freshman year. He... [Read More]
The Washington Department of Transportation is having a series of online open houses to collect feedback from people who use Interstate 5 in southern Thurston... [Read More]
A proposed Seattle City Council bill could cap rent late payment fees at $10 per month, with the hope of helping tenants who fall behind... [Read More]
A group of two dozen women in matching shirts gathered at the Portland waterfront on a recent sunny evening, stretching and calling out chants to... [Read More]
Contrary to common propaganda, crime is — indeed — still illegal. [Read More]
On the morning of February 8, Maanit Goel donned a white T-shirt and black blazer, turned on his computer screen and faced the state Senate... [Read More]
Mary Abo is in her 80s now, but can recite her childhood address on command: block six, barrack four, apartment C. [Read More]
Some Washington businesses could face more safety regulations if lawmakers in Olympia succeed in reversing a 20-year-old prohibition on new regulations targeting common workplace injuries. [Read More]
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