A 52-year-old Shelton man and a 17-month-old child died Thursday night from an alleged homicide/suicide in the Lake Limerick area north of Shelton, according to a press release from the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.
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PORT ANGELES — Cleanup that began on the former Port Angeles Rayonier Inc. pulp mill site in 2000 should be completed by 2020, a top state Department of Ecology cleanup official said Tuesday.
As a small business owner, Leah Cooper wants to establish a relationship with a financial institution. But as a recreational marijuana producer, she feels like banks are taking advantage of small businesses in a growing industry.
BELLEVUE — State lawmakers Tuesday approved their report to the Supreme Court detailing what they did and what they must still do to adequately fund public schools by a 2018 deadline.
A woman in the Yelm area had nothing but praise for state Department of Natural Resources’ firefighter crews Monday after they prevented a wildfire from burning her home over the weekend.
Gov. Jay Inslee met with five young climate activists and their attorney who are waging a legal battle to force the state Department of Ecology to crack down on carbon emissions.
University of Washington researchers will be recruiting Seattle-area children with autism as part of a four-year, $28 million study at five sites across the nation to identify biological markers that could help diagnose, track and treat the disorder.
After three years of enforcing overdue fees of $40 per unpaid toll, the state is offering drivers a second chance when they don’t pay their Highway 520 or Tacoma Narrows Bridge tolls on time.
OLYMPIA — Washington voters won’t be asked this fall if they want to keep changes made this spring to the state’s medical marijuana laws.
The first half of Syfy’s “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” takes itself too seriously, with return appearances by minor characters from the first two films and the destruction of Washington, D.C., landmarks that viewers have seen before with better special effects.
A new report about college-going nationwide underscores how much financial aid is available to low-income families, yet shows that many do not take advantage of it.
The Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority is still hoping to get some transportation budget funding to pay for two Chehalis-area projects.
The wreckage of a small plane, likely carrying a Minnesota couple, was found Wednesday morning, July 15, on the Twin Sisters mountains in Whatcom County.
This week’s New Yorker magazine article, “The Really Big One,” didn’t sugarcoat it: Seattle and several other Northwest cities are destined to be pummeled by a massive earthquake, on a date to be determined. (If you’re a loyal Seattle Times reader, you probably knew that already, based on our previous coverage.)
Pity the male of the species.