TRI-CITIES, WA - Animals aren't just pets; they're family. That's why a Richland woman spends her free time fighting for animals without a home.
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KENNEWICK, WA - The most recent Covid-19 economic relief bill includes $10 billion in aid to help struggling child care providers, an industry…
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Fish and Wildlife will ask a King County judge Jan. 3 to partially dismiss a lawsuit that opposes shooting wolves, seeking to repeat the success it had in another Western Washington courtroom.
SPOKANE, Wash. - The volunteers at Lutheran Community Services are often the first voice of comfort after victims are violated in the worst way. Now, the people who help so many in our community need some help of their own. The number of volunteer victim advocates has reached a critical low.
U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) is in Spokane Tuesday to join local officials and housing advocates in a push for new federal resources in the fight for affordable housing in Washington state.
CHICAGO (AP) - With renewed pledges on mass deportations, immigrant rights activists have fine-tuned and ramped up one of their most basic organizing tools: The know-your-rights training.
HOUSTON — A Guatemalan official says a 2½-year-old migrant child has died after crossing the border, becoming the fourth minor known to have d…
Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Katherine von Ter Stegge fined Future Income Payments LLC $5.9 million for executing a scheme on approximately 240 Oregon veterans and retirees.
OLMYPIA, Wash. (AP) - New tenant protections - including proposals to give judges more discretion to block evictions and longer notice of rent increases - are advancing in the state Legislature.
First-graders across the Tri-Cities will receive a parting gift for the summer thanks to a local author and reading advocate.