- King helps Colorado beat Washington St. 88-81 in double OT Updated: Feb-12-16 8:45 am
BOULDER, Colorado - George King's teammates razzed him about having a blank stare on his face as he let go of a last-gasp, long-range jumper.
- Kitsap County drafts temporary homeless camp ordinance Updated: Feb-12-16 7:59 am
PORT ORCHARD, Washington - Kitsap County officials are drafting an emergency ordinance to help house homeless people in the area.
- $8 million awarded to foster girls placed with sex offender Updated: Feb-12-16 7:48 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - A Whatcom County jury has awarded two girls $8 million after they were assaulted when placed in a foster home with a boy who had been accused of sex abuse.
- State gets rid of RV park plans near I-90 wildlife crossings Updated: Feb-12-16 6:08 am
SEATTLE - The state Parks Department has scrapped plans to offer its Crystal Springs property for private development after state and federal agencies argued it would impact the success of wildlife crossings along Interstate 90.
- McBroom leads Eastern Washington over North Dakota 95-85 Updated: Feb-11-16 11:48 pm
CHENEY, Washington - Austin McBroom scored a career-high 35 points and Eastern Washington beat North Dakota 95-85 on Thursday night to take over sole possession of third place in the Big Sky Conference.
- Senate passes authorization for industrial hemp Updated: Feb-11-16 10:21 pm
OLYMPIA, Washington - The Washington Senate has passed a bill that would allow people to grow industrial hemp as an agricultural product, but only as part of a research program.
- Coroner: Woman's body found in lake near Lacey Updated: Feb-11-16 9:14 pm
THURSTON COUNTY, Washington - Officials say the body of a 67-year-old woman was found in a lake near Lacey.
- Teens plead not guilty in Seattle homeless camp shooting Updated: Feb-11-16 9:08 pm
SEATTLE - Teenage brothers charged in a drug-related shooting that left two people dead and three wounded at a Seattle homeless camp have pleaded not guilty to murder charges.
- Washington keeps moving toward new college savings plan Updated: Feb-11-16 8:23 pm
SEATTLE - While Washington's prepaid tuition program remains on hold, the state took small steps toward opening a second college savings plan this week.
- Rescuers locate missing snowmobiler in east Pierce County Updated: Feb-11-16 7:51 pm
ENUMCLAW, Washington - Search and rescue crews have located a snowmobiler who was missing overnight.
- Standoff over guns at Tennessee legislative office complex Updated: Feb-11-16 7:49 pm
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - If it's up to the Republican speakers of the state House and Senate, the more than half-million Tennesseans with permits will soon be able to carry guns inside the legislative office complex.
- Key player in prisoners early release resigns state post Updated: Feb-11-16 7:45 pm
OLYMPIA, Washington - State officials say the assistant attorney general who advised corrections officials they didn't need to recalculate prisoners' sentences after discovering a sentencing software error resigned on Thursday.
- Correctional officer attacked by inmate at Clallam Bay Updated: Feb-11-16 7:37 pm
FORKS, Washington - A correctional officer at Clallam Bay Corrections Center suffered a brain injury after being seriously attacked by an inmate.
- Operator of 'sober' housing arrested on gun, drug charges Updated: Feb-11-16 4:43 pm
SEATTLE - The operator of a "clean and sober" housing facility in Everett has been arrested for investigation of gun and drug charges.
- Settlement reached in federal lawsuit involving jail Updated: Feb-11-16 4:01 pm
PASCO, Washington - A settlement has been reached in a federal lawsuit that contends inmates at the Franklin County Jail in Pasco were grossly mistreated and their mental health needs ignored.
- Director of Northwest Museum of Arts is fired Updated: Feb-11-16 3:30 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The trustees of the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane have voted to remove Forrest Rodgers as the museum's executive director.
- ACLU chapter sues Tacoma police for surveillance records Updated: Feb-11-16 3:15 pm
TACOMA, Washington - The state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has sued the Tacoma Police Department, saying the department has refused to turn over documents concerning its use of Stingray surveillance devices.
- Hanford and WSU aid in stunning achievement Updated: Feb-11-16 2:47 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The stunning announcement that scientists have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago, shined a light on a research facility located on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
- Spokane County sheriff worried about "sovereign citizens" Updated: Feb-11-16 1:32 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The Spokane County sheriff says his officers are encountering more people who claim to be "sovereign citizens" who don't need a driver's license.
- Whatcom County Courthouse repairs could cost $34 million Updated: Feb-11-16 1:23 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Taxpayers could be footing a bill of more than $34 million to repair the water-damaged exterior of the Whatcom County Courthouse.
- 2 injured in RV fire at designated homeless parking zone Updated: Feb-11-16 12:46 pm
SEATTLE - The Seattle Fire Department says two people were burned when an accidental fire broke out inside a recreational vehicle at a homeless camp.
- Residents oppose proposed methanol plant in Port of Tacoma Updated: Feb-11-16 12:42 pm
TACOMA, Washington - About 1,000 Tacoma-area residents attended a public hearing to oppose a proposed $1.8 billion plant at the Port of Tacoma that would convert natural gas to methanol.
- Lawmakers consider tougher vehicular homicide penalties Updated: Feb-11-16 12:21 pm
KENNEWICK, Washington - A bill making its way through the Washington statehouse would create stiffer penalties for vehicular homicide.
- Woman faces homicide charges in fatal Puyallup crash Updated: Feb-11-16 11:27 am
TACOMA, Washington - A Washington woman has been charged with vehicular homicide following a fatal crash in Puyallup.
- Cantwell calls for support for Hanford Updated: Feb-11-16 11:06 am
KENNEWICK, Washington - Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell of Washington is worried about an Obama administration proposal to reduce the budget for the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.