SPOKANE, Wash. — A woman, frightened for the lives of her family, texted a friend for help. She didn’t feel she could safely call 911 for help, so she texted someone to call for her. Emergency dispatchers said that was…
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GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Dutch Bros Coffee raised $1.39 million for the Muscular Dystrophy Association through its annual fundraiser, Drink One for Dane. This is the 14th year the company held the fundraiser. It honors Dane Boersma, Dutch Bros co-founder,…
PULLMAN, Wash. — This week marks the first week of summer break for students at Washington State University, but the campus has been largely empty for months. In-person classes stopped at spring break in mid-March. Pullman is one of those…
Shattered windows, smashed in tail lights and racist slurs. That's what people in Cheney woke up to this week.
A weeks-old puppy is recovering right now. People living in Worley, Idaho rescued him when they heard him crying inside of a dumpster.
High school graduation requirements are changing for Washington students. Earlier this month, Governor Jay Inslee signed House Bill 1599 into law. The bill gives more options for high school students to meet graduation requirements beyond state test scores.
Spokane County's sheriff is weighing in on a controversial discussion involving Spokane Valley Representative Matt Shea. Shea is accused of taking part in online talks that included proposed violence against liberals in the Spokane area.
Legislators in Olympia are proposing a bill this legislative session that would raise fees to purchase studded tires by July this year, and eventually ban them in Washington by 2025.
A growing list of law enforcement agencies in Washington are now taking a stand against Initiative 1639. That's Washington's new law, passed by voters in November that puts more restrictions on the purchase of semi-automatic rifles, along with measures.
QUINCY, Wash. - Nearly three weeks since the Apple Cup, the University of Washington Marching Band is saying thank you to the city of Quincy with a special delivery. Quincy School District posted on Facebook, George Elementary School received more than 70 packages full of school supplies from the marching band.