GRANGEVILLE, Idaho – People are disappearing at an alarming rate in Idaho’s largest county. The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office says 76-year-old Connie Johnson, a Nezperce resident who was working as the cook at a hunting camp in
SEATTLE – A group of Republican college students in Seattle threatened to sue a local bar so they could host an event celebrating the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh was sworn in Saturday after
GIG HARBOR – A Lakewood police officer was arrested for driving under the influence after crashing his police vehicle. Lakewood Police say Officer Eric Bell was arrested Sept. 23 and released the same day after the single-vehicle
PORT ANGELES – A year ago today, we reported that the late Quinn Kintner of Port Angeles had been nominated for a Governor’s Trophy for her work to improve access in our town for people with disabilities.
PORTLAND, Ore. – A Portland attorney is seeking class-action status for customers possibly affected by a credit card breach at a fast-food chain based in Vancouver, Washington. Attorney Michael Fuller filed the complaint Wednesday in Multnomah County,
SEATTLE – A federal judge has ruled in favor of the state of Washington and Snohomish County in a lawsuit over the right to collect millions of dollars in sales tax at the Tulalip Tribes’ Quil Ceda
MUKILTEO – Washington state’s newest ferry has launched a few days earlier than expected. The ferry Suquamish carried passengers Thursday for the first time, running the route from Mukilteo to Clinton, on the south end of Whidbey
Washington state on November 6 will decide the fate of an initiative that seeks to curb gun violence. Initiative 1639 would toughen background checks for people buying semi-automatic rifles, increase the age limit to 21 for buyers