<em>Troopers consult at the site where Romberg was struck in 2017. 				 </em>File photo
                                Troopers consult at the site where Pamela Romberg was struck in 2017. (Kitsap Daily News, file)

Troopers consult at the site where Romberg was struck in 2017. File photo Troopers consult at the site where Pamela Romberg was struck in 2017. (Kitsap Daily News, file)

Poulsbo facing lawsuits for pedestrians struck in 2017

The suit claims the city failed to adequately light locations where people were struck by vehicles.

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Northwest

Canada reapproves Pacific coast pipeline; Inslee: ‘Alarming’

Many indigenous people see the 620 miles of new pipeline as a threat to their lands.

Tax money funds campaigns of unlikely Seattle candidates

A first-of-its-kind program allows Seattle voters to give candidates taxpayer money for their campaigns.

WhidbeyHealth CEO apologizes for Clinton clinic chaos

Some longtime patients indicated they would seek health care in Everett or elsewhere.

Amazon adds 15 more Boeing 737s to its growing fleet of jets

The company is in the midst of speeding up its delivery time to one-day from two for Prime members.

Suicide a leading cause of death in Washington jails

Clark County’s jail had more inmates die by suicide than any other Washington county.

Oregon Democrats rally behind cap-and-trade emissions plan

Cap and trade has been a top priority this year for Oregon’s Dem.

2 suspects in custody after man shot in downtown Seattle

The 31-year-old male victim is listed in serious condition. He is expected to survive.

Man shot at Seattle protest says he won’t testify

Refused to comply with a subpoena and failed to show up at a defense deposition.

Hanford could be resting place for carrier’s nuclear reactors

The defueled reactor compartments of the U.S. Navy’s USS Enterprise may be disposed of at Hanford.

Most Read