A woman accused of stealing a shopper’s purse from the Westfield Mall in Vancouver was arrested following a vehicle chase and SWAT standoff Sunday night.
Olympic National Park officials say they have found no sign of a 71-year-old Seattle hiker who has been missing since hike last week.
The West Coast longshore union is cutting its 25-year affiliation with the national AFL-CIO.
It was centered about 55 miles southeast of Adak. There were no immediate damage reports.
The two governors reached deals with companies who would be potentially harmed by the proposed Columbia River Crossing.
The plaintiffs allege the abuse occurred regularly in Washington state sites such as a popular camp outside of Seattle.
For generations, pot crusaders have called for an end to the nation’s prohibition of marijuana, citing everything from what they say are the government’s exaggerated claims about its dangers to the racial disparities in who gets busted for drug possession.
The man accused of blowing up a yellow lab named “Cabela” appeared in court again Aug. 29, this time asking for bail leniency from a Skamania County judge.
A Tacoma woman said she and her children were looking for their missing 9-month-old chihuahua Baby Jerry on Tuesday when she saw the dog thrown from an upstairs window.
The federal government will not sue to stop recreational marijuana legalization in Washington and Colorado.
He was serving as the vice president of the parent-teacher association.
The so-called “McJobs” are known for their low pay and limited prospects. Participating workers, who are asking for $15 an hour, still represent a tiny fraction of the industry.
A motorcyclist topped speeds of 120 mph trying to get away from police Wednesday, before finally taking off on foot. KOIN 6 News’ cameras were rolling during the manhunt.
Neighbors in Longview are outraged over an illegal dumping ground they say is polluting a local wetlands area.
A man is accused of trying to get marijuana into a Washington state jail by attaching it to an arrow he shot onto the roof.
He was driving home from Mexico when he went missing. He had last been seen near Eugene.
Most of the cuts will occur in Southwest Washington. They will come in the form of layoffs, unfilled positions and reduced employee hours.
The State Department says a U.S. envoy will travel to North Korea this week to seek the release of a Washington state man sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in the authoritarian country.
Washington State Ferries announced service was resuming Tuesday with an 8:30 p.m. sailing from Port Townsend and a 9:15 p.m. sailing from Coupeville.
The suspect fled before officers arrived at the scene.