SEATTLE (AP) — Young salmon entering the ocean could see improved ocean conditions off the Washington and Oregon coasts, according to federal scientists. Researchers said Friday the ocean is more hospitable for salmon several years after an
SEATTLE (AP) — Police say a large group of teens and young adults entered and then suddenly fled Southcenter Mall in Tukwila, and the chaos appears to have been sparked by a social media posting from a
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The Idaho State Police say a semi-truck that crashed on Interstate 90 on Friday night was carrying 16 2,000-pound missiles. The 47-year-old driver, Mark W. Dearinger of Chickasha, Oklahoma, was cited for inattentive
LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — A Washington judge, who retired in January after 25 years on the bench, died suddenly. Former Cowlitz County District Court Judge David Koss went for a jog Saturday at Lake Sacajawea and never
ANCHORAGE (AP) — Musher Nicolas Petit lost a huge lead in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Monday when his dog team refused to keep going after he yelled at one of the animals. A dog
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — Wildlife managers say they are developing a plan to hunt and haze a growing elk herd this spring in a continuing effort to reduce property damage. The plan to hunt and haze, which
OLYMPIA (AP) — Prosecutors say a Washington state woman has been charged after her German shepherd attacked an 8-year-old boy. The 41-year-old Spanaway woman is scheduled to be arraigned later this month on a charge of being
Gig Harbor (AP) — A Gig Harbor woman suing for compensation after spending more than three decades in prison for a murder she didn’t commit won’t have to travel back to Reno to give her formal deposition.