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The 28-year-old driver is now being held for investigation of more than 25 criminal counts.
Snow in the mountain passes will definitely be deep, forecasters say.
The Senate approved the bill but would need to vote on any changes made by the House.
Their frustration boiled over during a routine vote on a reappointment to the transit agency board.
The woman was recorded on surveillance video wielding a baseball bat and yelling toward two teenagers.
More than 2,000 attended the annual Interhigh at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
He does not have a cellphone and left his wallet at home.
“But I think we have to take a look at ourselves also,” says one superintendent.
The case involves multiple drug-trafficking organizations.
Capital punishment would be replaced with life in prison without the possibility of parole.
They can hold a special election in two months, but how do they change the minds of enough voters?
A 70-year-old man here allegedly says he inherited more than 1,000 pieces, which he was selling.
The girls were covered in soot and difficult to find in a burning apartment darkened by heavy smoke.
Property tax levies in four districts and two of three bond measures were falling short Tuesday.
He’s an Everett “meeting junkie” who has led the Lowell Neighborhood Association.
Police say he had a rifle and “detailed plans” to kill classmates. His grandmother turned him in.
A campaign to keep pedestrians safe will focus on historically hazardous locations.
Richard Aboulafia will deliver a report on Washington’s strengths and weaknesses in landing the 797.
Q&A: Cassie Franklin on what can be done to get Boeing to build the 797 here and attract new industries.