Two U.S. congresswomen are urging the Transportation Security Authority to comply with liquid exemption for passengers traveling with breastmilk and formula.
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A 26-year-old Aberdeen man and a 27-year-old Thurston County woman were arrested Tuesday night after they allegedly robbed another man at knifepoint in the Lacey WinCo Foods parking lot.
A 35-year-old Centralia man will serve a 364-day suspended sentence after he pleaded guilty to assaulting a Thurston County Sheriff’s deputy in the Great Wolf Lodge parking lot.
A shoplifting suspect faces a second-degree robbery charge after allegedly assaulting a store security officer while trying to flee with stolen clothing.
By the end of June, crews at BP Cherry Point refinery are expected to complete an additional rail loop at the crude oil train unloading facility off Grandview Road.
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — A Bainbridge High School teacher charged with carrying on a sexual relationship with a student had been spotted with the 16-year-old boy in and outside of school, according to a letter firing Jessica Marie Fuchs.
OLYMPIA — A proposal to raise the state’s minimum hourly wage to $12 by 2019 — which has proved a major bone of contention between Democrats and Republicans this session — is set for another round on March 30.
SEATTLE — At least two people died and one was injured when a news helicopter crashed Tuesday morning at Fisher Plaza near the city’s famed Space Needle.
Tacoma’s federal immigration detention center was working Monday to determine how many of its 1,300 detainees were on a hunger strike, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said.
OLYMPIA — A third 144-car ferry is the governor’s signature away from being built.
A suspected drunken driver was arrested early Friday after striking a semi-truck on Interstate 5 and rupturing its fuel line, causing a freeway closure for 2 1/2 hours while crews cleaned up diesel fuel.
A dispute over free speech for an anti-abortion student club at Wilson High School was still simmering Wednesday, despite efforts by Tacoma Public Schools officials to turn down the heat.