Woman accused in deadly crash pleads not guilty by insanity

Early was diagnosed with “unspecified schizophrenia spectrum or other psychotic disorder.”

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Northwest earthquake-warning system gets funding boost

The USGS is on track to send public alerts of impending earthquake shaking within the next two years.

Elizabeth Warren to hold town hall in Seattle

The Democratic presidential candidate will speak at WaMu theater on Occidental Avenue on Sunday.

Burned firefighter fights law that won’t let him claim damages

Daniel Lyon seeks $100 million. It’s been four years since a fire in Twisp killed his crew mates.

New lawsuit seeks protection zone for Northwest orcas

Groups say NOAA Fisheries has failed to act on a petition it filed in 2016.

Last 4 wolves in Washington pack killed by state hunters

The four wolves were part of a pack that originally had seven members and attacked cows

Spokane leaders call for resignation of state representative

Politicians and others reportedly were targeted for surveillance by Republican state Rep. Matt Shea.

Ritzville rallied to help farmer fighting cancer

He had stage four melanoma. 30-plus years of harvesting his own crops was about to end.

Portland (and Trump) awaits right-wing rally, counter protests

Militias, white nationalists and neo-Nazis are expected to clash with anti-fascists during the rally.

Pilgrims travel to Kodiak from afar to celebrate St. Herman

The 49th Annual St. Herman of Alaska Pilgrimage stops at the small wooden chapel where he lived and prayed.

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