SPOKANE (AP) – The state of Washington says it will kill wolves from two more packs that have been preying on cattle. The Department of Fish and Wildlife said Wednesday that it will kill members of the
OLYMPIA, WA (AP) – Authorities say a suspicious package that was mailed to the 1500 Jefferson Building on the Washington State Capitol Campus contained denture cream. The Olympian reports the package was discovered by a state worker
SEATTLE (AP) – The Washington state task force on Northwest orcas wants to temporarily ban commercial whale-watching tours. The group advising the governor voted Tuesday to recommend a three- to five-year moratorium in order to reduce boating
PORT ANGELES – Paraeducators from the Port Angeles School District decided in a meeting Monday night they will go on strike Thursday, November 15 if the School Board does not return to the bargaining table with a
SEQUIM – The Sequim area may not be getting a new library. Voters approved Proposition 1, which creates the temporary Sequim Library tax district, by exceeding the required 50%. But Proposition 2, which would finance the project
PORT ANGELES – Incumbents appear to have won reelection in every local race in Clallam County. In results released last night, Republican incumbent county commissioner Bill Peach was holding off a challenge from former county commissioner Mike
SPOKANE (AP) – The city council in Spokane has passed an ordinance prohibiting police from selling confiscated firearms, citing an Associated Press investigation that found some guns sold by law enforcement were used in new crimes.
SEATTLE (AP) – The two ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft provided more than 91,000 rides over in the Seattle area on an average day in the second quarter of this year, putting them on pace to provide