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Jennifer Brinkman, 19, was found dead in her Marysville home with axe wounds over 20 years ago.
Unless settlement reached or Congress intervenes, strike could start Dec. 9
Washington lawmakers will hold 39 hearings this week. Nearly all will be conducted in person, which hasn’t happened in three years.
Native American Heritage Day and Black Friday both fall on the day after Thanksgiving.
King County Sheriff’s Office offers up to $10,000 cash reward for information leading to an arrest.
Worked as a debt collector, drug distributor and translator for leaders of drug ring
The Native and Strong Lifeline provides culturally appropriate mental health support and referrals.
King County Sheriff’s Office deputies are investigating after shots were fired
The shooter allegedly shot the victim four times before taking his own life.
The new ordinance makes pushing or possessing a shopping cart in any city right-of-way a Class 3 infraction.
Carolyn DeFord of the Puyallup Tribe spoke about her mother’s 1999 disappearance and what has led to this crisis.
Police have not yet determined if the man was struck by police gunfire
Jim and Lily Carlson started the Hitching Rail Wellness Center and Retreat
Halloween has come and gone, but within the waters of the Puget Sound exists a spooky and translucent critter — the ghost shrimp. Ghost shrimp… Continue reading
James W. Maclam was ejected from his car as it flipped over a barrier onto an onramp below.
Kent-based nonprofit will make stops Nov. 5 at hospitals in Renton, Federal Way and Enumclaw
One person suffered a gunshot wound to the head and is reportedly in critical condition.
By Wilson Criscione, InvestigateWest Nearly 20 years ago, in the aftermath of the Catholic sexual abuse scandal, former Washington state Rep. Mary Lou Dickerson wanted… Continue reading
Assistant U.S. attorney, FBI to respond to Western District of Washington incidents
WA Cares Fund payroll tax to start in July 2023