A juvenile was arrested on Monday in connection with a spree of graffiti which had recently cropped up around Shelton. The unnamed teen was recognized by a patrol officer after stopping him and another juvenile who had been witnessed jay-walking across Olympic Hwy North… Read More +
A motorist was killed and five students and others were injured in a crash Thursday morning in central Washington involving a school bus, truck and car. The Washington State Patrol says two people in the box truck were seriously hurt. The patrol said most… Read More +
The Washington House of Representatives have had many long, busy days over the last couple weeks. Evening sessions dragged out to meet a series of deadlines that seem to come one right after another. Such is the life of 35th district representative Drew MacEwen. READ MORE
A state senator has apologized for comments he made during a public hearing in which he described minorities as "colored" and "coloreds." Sen. Jim Honeyford, a Republican from Sunnyside issued a written apology Thursday, saying that he realized that the language wasn't appropriate READ MORE
The first round of the Class 1B State Tournament saw Mary M. Knight's girls basketball fall to Neah Bay with a final score of 53 to 38. Disappointing as the loss may be, it doesn't keep the small-but-strong girls team from continuing their march toward a spot on the tournament's victory board.
Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney says he's changed his mind about oil terminals and now wants city council members to consider a moratorium on new facilities. KBKW-AM in Aberdeen says Durney also proposed a land-use change to prohibit wholesale liquefied petroleum storage facilities in any of the city's zones. READ MORE
No Discover Pass needed for State Parks’ 102nd birthday. Washington State Parks turns 102 years old on Thursday, March 19, and visitors are invited to help celebrate by getting out to enjoy a state park for free that day.