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.
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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.
TWISP — A Twisp girl shot and killed an underweight female cougar Thursday after it followed her 14-year-old brother to the basement door of their home.