LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — A large wind-driven fire at a wood products company in southwestern Washington has engulfed the site and prompted an air quality advisory for the region that is expected to last into at least
SEATTLE (AP) — Inmates at Monroe State Prison asked the state Supreme Court to order the release of some offenders after almost a dozen people tested positive for the new coronavirus. State officials say the process of
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon will ban all non-resident hunting, fishing and shellfishing activity, starting at midnight Friday, in an effort to stop a surge of non-resident anglers mostly from Washington. The action follows Washington’s decision to
LYNNWOOD, Wash. (KIRO-TV) — Washington state authorities have arrested an off-duty Lynnwood city employee accused of hitting a pedestrian with a city vehicle. Lynnwood public affairs officer Julie Moore says the city was notified Thursday and confirmed
MONROE, Wash. (AP) — Law enforcement agencies responded to the Monroe Corrections Complex to help contain what a Washington State Patrol spokeswoman called a large “disturbance” among the inmates. Over 100 inmates started a demonstration in the
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington Supreme Court says people are not entitled to make minimum wage for jury duty. Three citizens who reported for jury duty or who served on juries filed a class-action lawsuit against
EVERETT, Wash. — Alaska Airlines announced it is making more cuts to its operations, this time at Everett’s Paine Field. The cuts are in response to the decline in travel related to the coronavirus pandemic and federal restrictions.
OLYMPIA, Wash. — High School seniors with concerns about meeting their school’s requirements for graduation may have gotten some news. On Wednesday, the State Board of Education voted unanimously to adopt emergency rules for school districts throughout the