The boy is accused of two gunpoint robberies in the span of a week.
Divers and a helicopter were called in to rescue the two women who got stranded in the Toutle River.
A Justice Department official says the federal government will enable financial institutions to transact business with the legitimate marijuana industry without fear of prosecution.
It was not clear why the man got trapped in the chimney. He will not face charges.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is set to meet Tuesday with the two top federal prosecutors to discuss the DOJ’s “concerns” about the state’s legal marijuana law.
Hana Williams died in the backyard of the family’s home in May 2011. Prosecutors said she was starved, beaten and forced outside as punishment.
Against all odds, the 8-week-old daughter of a Washington state representative is not only alive — but thriving.
His kayak overturned near Woodland when he apparently became entangle din the anchor line.
The state Supreme Court says prosecutors can seek the death penalty against two people accused of killing a family of six in Carnation on Christmas Eve 2007.
A top official in the Oregon state treasurer’s office says a bridge to Washington over the Columbia River could be viable if several stringent conditions are met.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will conduct a separate, federal review of a coal export dock in southwest Washington.
A former janitor for the Vancouver School District is suspected of communicating with a Pennsylvania teenager for an immoral purpose, and is also believed to have had sexual relationships with two other Vancouver teens.
The two states are ending a 35-year agreement to honor each other’s permits for winter recreation areas. The permits are required to park at cross-country ski, snow shoeing and sledding areas.
According to an official, the officer’s gun accidentally discharged while he was chasing the victim.
Authorities say investigators have discovered fingerprints linking two teenagers to the 88-year-old World War II veteran who was slain this past month outside a Spokane Eagles Lodge.
A 60-year-old motorcyclist was struck by lighting along northbound I-5 near milepost 76 Thursday morning.
State health officials say 14 Washington counties have reported no pertussis at all this year.
The rider’s injuries were described as traumatic.
The two victims are expected to survive.
The Canadian climbers were rescued by helicopter. Two of them were critically hurt.