SEATTLE — A King County judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a man who had sued for the release of graphic photos and other police records from the 1994 death of Kurt Cobain.
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The National Weather Service expects a significant Pacific storm to hit Western Washington Saturday, bringing heavy rain and wind. Gusts of up to 50 mph are possible on the coast.
A garage that caught fire in the 200 block of East Curtis Street Friday night caused no injuries but did leave the structure with fairly extensive damage, said Aberdeen Fire Department Capt. JR Streifel.
Strong winds caused downed trees and power outages around the county Saturday morning, with gusts reaching more than 60 mph.
OLYMPIA – The recreational and commercial Dungeness crab fisheries on the northern coast of Washington is again open, state shellfish managers announced Friday.
A 20-year-old Hoquiam man who says his schizophrenia led him to stab his young nephew’s mother was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison on Friday.
An Elma man suspected in the theft of a car and other items in an Olympia Burglary was taken into custody Friday morning.
A draft memo, written at the McCleary mayor’s request, calling for the shutdown of the government sent ripples of concern throughout the city’s staff on Aug. 19. The mayor ultimately decided against signing the draft memo.
The Ocean Shores City Council voted 6-1 Monday night to authorize the mayor to sign an agreement with Grays Harbor County to provide wastewater service to the unincorporated areas of Ilahee and Oyehut.
CHICAGO - - In the enduring mystery surrounding Chicago-area nanny Vivian Maier, the amateur street photographer whose brilliant work catapulted her to worldwide fame only after her death, few characters have remained as out of focus as her long-lost brother Charles.
On Grays Harbor there’s no shortage of old buildings that have seen better days. The Hoquiam Library, while still regarded as a classic building, has problems, too, and the City of Hoquiam wants to address them before they get worse.
Correction (8/28/2015): Scott Bean, who oversaw a mixed martial arts competition at the SouthShore Mall last April, has not been issued a suspension of his amateur mixed martial arts training facility license or fined following an investigation into the death of a fighter at the event. The original story in The Daily World, found below, regarding the investigation was in error.
Hoquiam Police are looking for a man who allegedly attempted to rape a 21-year-old woman Thursday night.
With summer winding down there is no time like the present to join your community for a Saturday street-wide barbecue. Hoquiam’s Elks Lodge is kicking off the city’s 125-year birthday celebrations (officially in November) this weekend with a party of their own. They’ve joined forces with the local band, Patina and hot-rod enthusiasts The Pushrods for an afternoon of music, food and cars.