Scenic Oregon highway likely to remain closed until spring

Dead and dying trees in forests scorched by wildfires make Oregon Route 242 unsafe.

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Rachel Dolezal accused of welfare fraud after race scandal

The ex-NAACP chapter leader in Spokane, who posed as a black woman, was charged this week.

Whidbey Island woman’s grudge led her to murder her sister

The Washington Post retells the bizarre story of Linda Thomas, who was convicted this week.

Tips for staying safe around Washington wildlife

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Sandpoint racism-spreader now targeting Sen. Feinstein

He is urging residents of California to “relocate to North Idaho, where very white is very right.”

Crash dumps 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers on I-5

The truck was hauling the feathers from a Foster Farms poultry facility to a rendering company in B.C.

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Nearly 30 minutes of emergency calls detail the drama of Saturday’s fatal cougar attack near Snoqualmie.

Case of Legionnaires’ disease suspected at UW Medical Center

It is the third time in as many years that the disease has been suspected at the facility.

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