Two dads from Southwest Washington took to Kickstarter.com on Friday to launch a product they designed to help their children learn how to properly shoot a basketball.
A body pulled from Lake Sacajewa in Longview Thursday afternoon is an adult man, officials said.
The expedition was the brainchild of Portland storyteller Rachael Pecore-Valdez.
The man accused of installing hidden cameras at a Sherwood, Ore. Starbucks bathroom was found guilty Tuesday after a speedy trial.
A man is recovering from hypothermia after a dramatic rescue from the Yakima River in Wapato, Wash. Sunday March 16.
Copper thieves knocked radio stations off the air in Cowlitz County in a crime that didn’t net the thieves much at all.
A bill that would allow military veterans to pay in-state college tuition without waiting a year to establish Washington residency has made it through the Legislature and will head to the governor’s desk.
Monday, doctors induced labor so Briana Dannen, a Sherwood teacher suffering from cancer, could give birth to daughter Harper June. Now, she’s ready for another round of chemotherapy.
The elderly man who drove the wrong way on Interstate 5 near Ridgefield, killing one child and injuring two others, has died.
A 61-year-old woman whose body was found in a bathroom at the Westfield Vancouver Mall Monday had been there for nearly 12 hours.
After more than a decade of work on a new I-5 bridge connecting Portland and Vancouver, the project is dead.
His car was found at an I-5 rest area near Albany Tuesday. Adam Standridge had been reported missing Monday out of Federal Way.
Gary Gochnour, 76, was found in Seattle. He had been missing since Feb. 27.
The City of Vancouver is getting closer to opening recreational pot stores after the city council set rules for the stores and identified where they can be located.
A pedestrian who was standing in the center lane of the freeway was struck by a semi.
An 18-year-old man lost his life after losing control of his car Friday night on I-5.
The girl shot a cougar that was following her 14-year-old brother to their home. It was the third cougar killed in a week outside the town of Twisp.
The 30-year-old woman is accused of hitting and killing a 65-year-old man who was crossing a Vancouver street with a walker.
An autopsy determined that the 2-year-old girl died of blunt force injuries to her abdomen.
The lawsuit was the latest twist in a long-running feud precipitated by Rule’s book about Liysa Northon, an Oregon woman who served 12 years in prison after killing her husband in 2000.