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  • Future service dogs need foster homes

    On Thursday, WSU Tri-Cities hosted Pasco-based non-profit Service Peace Warriors, who pairs veterans with service dogs for free. 

  • Moccasin Lake Foundation donates $6.3 million to Heritage University for student scholarships

    Today the Moccasin Lake Foundation of Seattle awarded Heritage University $6.3 million, the largest single gift in the 35-year-old university’s history. 

  • Dungeness Crab season delayed by two weeks due to harmful algae

       SEATTLE (AP) - Officials in Washington state say they're delaying the start of Dungeness crab season by two weeks because of harmful algae. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday that the opening of the season on Washington's coast is being moved from Dec. 1 to Dec. 16.    Officials say the crabs contain domoic acid that can build up in crabs and is like poison for the brain for anyone who consumes the crabs. They say it can lead to sho...
  • Kennewick officers looking for robbery suspect

    KENNEWICK, WA.-- Right now Kennewick officers need your help finding the suspect in a bank robbery that happened on Saturday morning.  

  • Body of missing Oregon woman found

    LINCOLN CITY, OR-- The body of a missing Oregon woman was found Friday night in Lincoln City.  

  • How WSP is dealing with new distracted driving law

    It's been about 4 months since Washington's new distracted driving law went into effect, but is it working? 

  • Preparing for Thanksgiving traffic

    Hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is less than a week away. 

  • Spokane Police are investigating kidnapping of a 6-month-old child

    Spokane Police are investigating a kidnapping of a six month old child. 

  • Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort opening Saturday

    Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort is excited to announce that we will be opening for the 2017/18 season Saturday November 18 from 9am-4pm. 

  • 35-year-old Space Needle time capsule opened

    Construction workers renovating the Space Needle found a time capsule that was placed inside the observation deck in 1982. 

  • DOI announces approval of transmission line project in Oregon and Idaho

    In a move that will improve the nation's energy infrastructure, create nearly 500 jobs and boost local economies, the U.S. Department of the Interior announced today that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has signed a Record of Decision (ROD) for the Boardman to Hemingway Transmission Line Project (B2H Project). 

  • Spokane County detectives investigate sexual explicit juvenile photographs

    On November 11, 2017, at approximately 10:30 p.m., Spokane County Deputy Krystal Bitzer responded to a residence in Medical Lake regarding a possible sex crime. 

  • Graphic: Navy plane traces shape of male genitals in sky above WA town

    Residents of the town of Okanogan, Washington, got quite an air show courtesy of the U.S. Navy. 

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  • Dungeness Crab season delayed by two weeks due to harmful algae

    Dungeness Crab season delayed by two weeks due to harmful algae

    Saturday, November 18 2017 11:31 PM EST2017-11-19 04:31:20 GMT
       SEATTLE (AP) - Officials in Washington state say they're delaying the start of Dungeness crab season by two weeks because of harmful algae. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday that the opening of the season on Washington's coast is being moved from Dec. 1 to Dec. 16.    Officials say the crabs contain domoic acid that can build up in crabs and is like poison for the brain for anyone who consumes the crabs. They say it can lead to sho...More >>
       SEATTLE (AP) - Officials in Washington state say they're delaying the start of Dungeness crab season by two weeks because of harmful algae. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday that the opening of the season on Washington's coast is being moved from Dec. 1 to Dec. 16.    Officials say the crabs contain domoic acid that can build up in crabs and is like poison for the brain for anyone who consumes the crabs. They say it can lead to sho...More >>
  • Kennewick officers looking for robbery suspect

    Kennewick officers looking for robbery suspect

    Saturday, November 18 2017 8:38 PM EST2017-11-19 01:38:15 GMT

    KENNEWICK, WA.-- Right now Kennewick officers need your help finding the suspect in a bank robbery that happened on Saturday morning.  

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    KENNEWICK, WA.-- Right now Kennewick officers need your help finding the suspect in a bank robbery that happened on Saturday morning.  

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  • Body of missing Oregon woman found

    Body of missing Oregon woman found

    Saturday, November 18 2017 3:28 PM EST2017-11-18 20:28:56 GMT

    LINCOLN CITY, OR-- The body of a missing Oregon woman was found Friday night in Lincoln City.  

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    LINCOLN CITY, OR-- The body of a missing Oregon woman was found Friday night in Lincoln City.  

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  • Veteran's Meat Locker Helping Those Who Served

    Veteran's Meat Locker Helping Those Who Served

    Friday, November 17 2017 12:30 AM EST2017-11-17 05:30:32 GMT

    A Montana veteran and his wife have started an organization to help other veterans in the state. They are giving away free meat.

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    A Montana veteran and his wife have started an organization to help other veterans in the state. They are giving away free meat.

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  • U.S. Marshals urging public to report imposter scams to FTC

    U.S. Marshals urging public to report imposter scams to FTC

    Thursday, November 16 2017 3:42 PM EST2017-11-16 20:42:46 GMT

    WASHINGTON - The U.S. Marshals want you to know of several nationwide imposter scams from people claiming to be U.S. Marshals, court officers or other law enforcement officials.  During these calls, scammers attempt to collect a fine in lieu of arrest for failing to report for jury duty or other offenses.

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    WASHINGTON - The U.S. Marshals want you to know of several nationwide imposter scams from people claiming to be U.S. Marshals, court officers or other law enforcement officials.  During these calls, scammers attempt to collect a fine in lieu of arrest for failing to report for jury duty or other offenses.

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  • Zinke says Democrats holding Interior nominees 'hostage'

    Zinke says Democrats holding Interior nominees 'hostage'

    Friday, November 10 2017 3:19 PM EST2017-11-10 20:19:43 GMT

    WASHINGTON - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is complaining that Senate Democrats are holding the department's nominees "hostage" to a political agenda that includes opposition to his review of presidentially designated monuments. 

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    WASHINGTON - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is complaining that Senate Democrats are holding the department's nominees "hostage" to a political agenda that includes opposition to his review of presidentially designated monuments. In a sharply worded letter to Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, the Senate's No. 2 Democrat, Zinke says it's unfortunate that Democrats have placed holds on four Interior nominees.

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