Deputies say a Kelso man confessed to killing his 82-year-old stepfather.
A Spokane County sheriff’s spokesman says two teenage boys have been arrested in a bizarre sword attack on one teen’s mother that reportedly included a discussion of killing the woman and eating her liver.
Tully’s announced it will be removing its green Tully’s “T” atop the building later this month in order to allow for the re-installation of a red neon Rainier Brewing Company “R.”
Help clean a beach, get a free beer. That’s the deal for volunteers Saturday at the Pourhouse craft beer taproom in Port Townsend.
People on both sides of the coal train debate square off at a day-long public meeting Tuesday.
The body of the Doberman-labrador-pit bull mix was found on railroad tracks in Centralia.
Vancouver superintendent Steven Webb is under fire for installing a fiberglass shower in his office restroom at a cost of $4,000.
The man identified as the shooter in the Washington Navy Yard slayings had been arrested in Seattle in 2004 for shooting out the tires of a parked car in what he described as an anger-fueled “black out.”
A spokesman for Washington State Patrol says Washington lawmakers are constitutionally protected from receiving noncriminal traffic tickets during a legislative session, as well as 15 days before.
Several trees along a Columbia River trail have been destroyed since August.
Carbon dioxide from fossil-fuel emissions had turned seawater in Willapa Bay along Washington’s coast so lethal that slippery young Pacific oysters stopped growing. That same corrosive ocean water got sucked into an Oregon hatchery.
Police say he stole a boat and started ramming house boats with it.
The first thunder of the day in Oregon was registered in the Coast Range. By about 11 p.m., a cell developed south of Portland near Canby, Ore. — and blossomed into a line of thunderstorms that swept through the Portland area.
Officials have been working toward this moment ever since an oversize truck load hit the bridge on May 23, sending one 160-foot section and two vehicles with three people into the water. No one was killed.
The man arrested for robbing a Wells Fargo bank branch in the Pearl District is also the primary suspect in five other robberies throughout Oregon and Washington.
A driver speeding at more than 100 mph was likely under the influence of meth when he struck another car, killing the driver in a fiery crash on Interstate-405.
Washington and Oregon are gearing up for mandated insurance requirements under the Affordable Care Act, often dubbed “ObamaCare.”
Six schools were shut down Wednesday following several written threats directed at Chief Umtuch Middle School. A 13-year-old student was later arrested.
A 13-year-old Chief Umtuch Middle School student has been arrested in connection with “threats” that prompted the closure of six schools in Battle Ground Wednesday.
Battle Ground school officials found written threats during a Tuesday evening event at Chief Umtuch Middle School, setting in motion the decision to close five public schools.