Man found dead in home burned by fire

The fire was put out quickly, but firefighters discovered the body of a person inside.

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Palumbo seeks to ban toxic suction dredge mining

Washington does not have rules for recreational miners who use motorized equipment in search of gold.

This undated photo released by the Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office shows Deputy Ryan Thompson, who was shot and killed and a police officer was wounded after they exchanged gunfire with a road rage driving suspect Tuesday. (Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office via AP)
Road-rage suspect who killed deputy was in U.S. illegally

Still investigating the suspect’s background and why he led the officers on a chase.

BPA could remove thousands of trees from Renton to Monroe

After taking over from Puget Sound Energy, the maintenance would affect 53 miles of power lines.

Expanded sanctuary state rules advance in Washington

The bill would limit the ability of police to inquire about immigration status.

Federal Way coffee shop closes because ‘it’s not safe anymore’

The owner of Marista’s says Starbucks will take over the location and offered to hire her baristas.

New group of wolves in southern Oregon Cascades

Cameras captured images of three wolves Feb. 20 in the Umpqua National Forest.

Man fatally shot in Seattle’s Cal Anderson Park

Witnesses began calling 911 around 10 p.m. Wednesday to report a shooting.

Deer seek foliage in retreating snow in grasslands near Miles City, Montana, in 2010. This area is typical of other grasslands and similar tracts that are included in a policy by acting U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, who is ordering federal land managers to give more consideration to public access concerns when selling or trading public land. The executive’s order Thursday comes amid longstanding complaints that millions of acres of state and federal land in the American West can be reached only through private property or small slivers of public land. (Steve Allison/Miles City Star via AP, File)
Interior boss order aims to protect U.S. public land access

Orders federal land managers to give greater priority to access for recreation.

Company applies for mining permit in Skagit River headwaters

Firm is well known in Canada because of an environmental disaster at its Mount Polley mine.

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