After the Port Orchard tornado: Door-to-door search

Residents were urged to leave, and a drone was used to survey the damage.

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Washington is 1st state to allow composting of human bodies

“Natural organic reduction” turns a body into two wheelbarrows’ worth of soil in just a few weeks.

FILE - In this Dec. 18, 2017 file photo, cars from an Amtrak train lie spilled onto Interstate 5 below alongside smashed vehicles as some train cars remain on the tracks in DuPont, Wash. Federal investigators are hearing from witnesses Tuesday, July 10, 2018, as they look into last year’s Amtrak train derailment south of Seattle, Wash., that killed three people and injured dozens. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)
Human error, safety oversights caused Amtrak crash in DuPont

The 2017 train derailment killed 3 people and injured dozens on its way from Seattle to Portland.

Washington lifers stay jailed despite ‘3 strikes’ law change

An amendment cut out the retroactivity that would have applied to those already behind bars.

Kirkland consultant questioned in criminal probe of Boeing crashes

Boeing has refused to acknowledge it is under criminal investigation.

Mold detected at Seattle Children’s; operating rooms closed

The hospital says air tests last weekend detected the mold known as Aspergillus.

2 GOP lawmakers urge Inslee to veto Snake River dam study

The bill appropriating $750K to study how to help communities if the federally owned dams are breached.

Governor declares drought for nearly half of Washington

He expanded a drought emergency because of worsened water-supply levels and predicted drier weather.

Whidbey’s shrimp season mighty small and plenty busy

Local waters are awash in thousands of buoys, hundreds of boaters and dinner for dozens.

Vaccination rates are rising on long-wary Vashon Island

It has been long known for a counterculture lifestyle and low immunization rates.

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