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The bullet passed through two walls, a fence, a cushion and the neighbor’s leg.
The suit alleges negligence but the ferris wheel company says the family stood up on the ride.
The victim was serving a life sentence after he was convicted of first-degree child molestation.
Police said there is no danger to the public, and no suspect is being sought.
The town of Onalaska is down to 20 firefighters now.
GEO pays detainees who volunteer for tasks such as janitorial, laundry or kitchen work $1 day.
After nearly 60 years, the checkered flag is poised to fall for the Yakima Speedway. Ted… Continue reading
Thayer stopped strangling his mother when “it dawned on him that it wasn’t right to take her life.”
After pleading guilty to mistreating their 16-year-old son, they ran off to South Carolina.
Competition with other marine mammals for the same food may be a bigger problem than fishing.
Opening Alaska’s coastal plain to oil carries hope for jobs and new oil for the pipeline.
Veterinarian tells dog owner that clinical trial that could help her dog battle arthritis.
Turkey cranberry salads sold in Idaho, Oregon or Washington are at risk.
Police were notified when the father didn’t show up to an appointment Saturday.
Over Okanogan, an electronic warfare plane created contrails in the shape of male genitals.
A state agency says water chemistry is so different that young fish can’t adjust when released into the wild.
Ramona Ward allegedly told a detective that she squeezed the 2-year-old boy around the throat.
The charges say she offered the Kent student sex in return for maintaining good attendance.
The state Supreme Court reversed an earlier decision by the state Bar Association.
Police seized his AR-15 rifle after he allegedly sent a series of escalating messages to pastors.