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Pasco man shot, killed in police confrontation

Police say officers shot and killed a 34-year-old Pasco man brandishing a knife during a confrontation.

As a coffee sign disappears from the highway, donations drop

Some local charities are going to be coming-up short in Snohomish County this year. It's not because the public has lost interest in their cause but because of a small sign that the state recently took down.

Man arrested for machete assault in Bremerton

A 30-year-old Bremerton man is facing charges after assaulting a woman with a machete.

Police: Man robs lighter from Ferndale minimart

Police say a man who attempted to rob a minimart in Ferndale got away with only a lighter.

Police: Robbers have hit 5 banks in 8 days in

Authorities are looking for a trio of robbers they say have hit five banks in eight days this month in Pierce and south King counties.

Man-made earthquakes contribute to more shakes at Mount St. Helens

Scientists studying Mount St. Helens are detecting far more earthquakes than usual, and they're adding to the seismic activity with explosions of their own.

Fire crews battle brush fire in south Spokane

Firefighters have mostly contained a brush fire that broke out on a steep slope in south Spokane Monday afternoon.

Crews rescue worker from flagpole in Yakima

Fire crews have rescued a man who passed out while repairing a flagpole atop the federal courthouse in Yakima on Monday.

Olympic National Park to move threatened chalet

Olympic National Park says it's moving forward with a plan to move a historic chalet that's being threatened by the shifting east fork of the Quinault River.

Body of Port Orchard teen located in river

The Lewis County sheriff's office says rescuers worked Monday to recover the body of a Port Orchard teen from the river south of Mount Rainier National Park.

Woman drowns inner-tubing in Nisqually River

The Thurston County sheriff's office says a woman drowned over the weekend while inner-tubing with her teenage grandson on the Nisqually River.

Poulsbo man accused of impersonating police

A 21-year-old Poulsbo man is accused of impersonating police after he activated red and blue emergency lights to get another vehicle to pull over.

Teen, 18, pleads guilty in Benton City murder

The second of two Benton City teens accused of stabbing a man to death in a church parking lot has pleaded guilty to murder.

Effort to repair Seattle tunnel machine delayed

An effort to repair the giant tunneling machine stuck under downtown Seattle is going more slowly than expected.

Study: Legal pot not drawing tourists to Washington state

When recreational marijuana went on sale in Colorado this year, it sparked a sharp increase in tourism. But a new study finds so far, there's seemingly not much interest in visiting Washington state to purchase pot.

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