- Regulators reviewing permits for Kalama methanol plant Updated: Oct-13-15 6:11 am
LONGVIEW, Washington - Federal and state regulators are weighing the first major permits requested for the proposed $1.8 billion methanol manufacturing plant at the Port of Kalama.
- Ex-treasurer sentenced in theft from Seattle Indian Services Updated: Oct-13-15 6:11 am
SEATTLE - The former treasurer of the Seattle Indian Services Commission has been sentenced to two months in jail after pleading guilty to stealing nearly $14,000 from the organization.
- Huskies' season-opening trip to China includes class work Updated: Oct-13-15 2:59 am
SEATTLE - An argument is brewing in the Washington team room. It started with bickering, and voices are now rising, college basketball players going back and forth.
- 87-year-old woman killed in car, semitrailer crash Updated: Oct-13-15 12:44 am
TACOMA, Washington - Police say an 87-year-old woman has died after the car she was riding in collided with a semitrailer in Tacoma.
- Planned Parenthood opens temporary clinic after arson attack Updated: Oct-12-15 11:20 pm
PULLMAN, Washington - Planned Parenthood has opened for business in a temporary location in Pullman after their clinic was damaged by arson in September.
- Police: Man killed while hunting Updated: Oct-12-15 8:38 pm
KENNEWICK, Washington - Police say a 31-year-old Kennewick man has died while hunting in eastern Washington.
- Yet another 4th-quarter collapse hanging over Seahawks Updated: Oct-12-15 8:35 pm
RENTON, Washington - Pete Carroll could have been talking about the season opener at St. Louis, or Week 2 in Green Bay, or even the Super Bowl loss last February to New England.
- USC fires Steve Sarkisian 1 day after putting coach on leave Updated: Oct-12-15 7:05 pm
LOS ANGELES - Southern California fired Steve Sarkisian on Monday, one day after the troubled football coach was put on leave.
- Load of manure spilled in train crash southeast of Yakima Updated: Oct-12-15 6:38 pm
MABTON, Washington - Officials say a truck driver spilled his load of manure but escaped injury after his vehicle collided with a train southeast of Yakima.
- Huskies hope USC win accelerates timeline with young team Updated: Oct-12-15 6:35 pm
SEATTLE - The one item lacking during Chris Petersen's brief tenure at Washington was a signature win, when the Huskies were expected to roll over and ended up with a stunning victory.
- Washington investors seek to pin Madoff losses on auditors Updated: Oct-12-15 6:35 pm
SEATTLE - Nearly seven years after Bernie Madoff's investment empire was revealed to be a $17.5 billion fraud, the battle by investors to recover their losses ramps up in a case that goes to trial this week in Seattle.
- Police: Man shoots wife 3 times before killing himself Updated: Oct-12-15 6:15 pm
TACOMA, Washington - Police say a 23-year-old Lacey man shot his wife three times before shooting and killing himself in a Tacoma parking lot.
- Diver dies after getting tangled up in kelp bed Updated: Oct-12-15 5:35 pm
PORT ANGELES, Washington - The Clallam County Sheriff's Office says a 23-year-old Tacoma man who was diving with friends in Neah Bay died after getting tangled up in a kelp bed.
- Police arrest man they say threatened to kill several people Updated: Oct-12-15 3:41 pm
WENATCHEE, Washington - Police say a Wenatchee man who is believed to have threatened to kill several people in the area is in custody.
- UW law school to study marijuana markets and regulation Updated: Oct-12-15 3:08 pm
SEATTLE - A new group at the University of Washington law school will spend the next academic year studying existing and emerging markets for marijuana.
- Court orders restitution from man who redirected river Updated: Oct-12-15 2:52 pm
SHELTON, Washington - A Mason County judge has ordered a man to pay restitution after being found guilty of altering the course of the Tahuya River.
- Lawsuit claims Washington state not caring for sick babies Updated: Oct-12-15 11:14 am
TACOMA, Washington - A lawsuit filed by an advocacy group for low-income people claims the state of Washington has not done enough to provide care for profoundly sick babies.
- Spokane police shoot and wound man Updated: Oct-12-15 11:12 am
SPOKANE, Washington - A man is expected to survive after three Spokane police officers fired at him after responding to a domestic violence dispute.
- Man dies in South Seattle shooting Updated: Oct-12-15 10:31 am
SEATTLE - A man in his 20s has been fatally shot in South Seattle.
- Details outlined on proposed vaping ban Updated: Oct-12-15 6:16 am
EVERETT, Washington - Snohomish health officials have detailed regulations to go along with a proposed ban on vaping brought forth earlier this year.
- No takers at Governors Point auction near Bellingham Updated: Oct-12-15 6:16 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Conservation group Whatcom Land Trust has renewed interest in preserving Governors Point following the cancellation of a bankruptcy auction where the waterfront property south of Bellingham was to be sold.
- $200 million in improvements completed for Yakima schools Updated: Oct-12-15 6:16 am
YAKIMA, Washington - A Yakima School District construction project totaling more than $200 million is finally complete.
- Changes to Bremerton's open-container law rejected Updated: Oct-12-15 6:16 am
BREMERTON, Washington - A proposed ordinance in Bremerton that would have made a second open-container violation punishable by jail has been struck down.
- $10,000 worth of tools stolen from Seattle nonprofit Updated: Oct-12-15 6:16 am
SEATTLE - The Seattle Tool Library, a nonprofit organization that lends out tools for free to the community, has reported more than $10,000 worth of stolen items.
- ICYMI in NFL's Week 5: Are the Bengals no longer Bungles? Updated: Oct-12-15 2:44 am
A lot of folks are going to want to wait and see what happens in the playoffs before declaring that Andy Dalton and the Bengals are done being the Bungles.