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Family pet shot with hunting arrow, survives

The Raymond, Washington, owners of a Husky mix dog say someone shot a hunting arrow into their dog's head.

Man's body recovered from SW Wash. lake

A Lewis County sheriff's officer says the Thurston County sheriff's dive team has helped recover the body of a 51-year-old Winlock man from a southwest Washington lake. The man was swimming with a friend when he disappeared Sept. 2.

Police: suspect shot in head in Wash. bank rob try

Police in the Tacoma, Washington, suburb of Lakewood say an armored car guard shot and wounded a man who tried to rob a Bank of America branch. The suspect managed to flee in a waiting car -- without any cash. He's believed to be the same man who soon turned up at a local hospital and was taken to surgery.

Local teachers in need get big boost from Google, crowdfunding site

Some local teachers who commonly dig into their own pockets to help provide supplies for their classrooms are getting a big boost from Google.

Wash. reports new wolf pack found

Wildlife officials are reporting that a new wolf pack has been discovered in northeast Washington's Ferry County near Profanity Peak.

$1.5M grant to help communities hurt by Oso slide

A $1.5 million grant is on the way to help communities recover from the devastating Oso landslide in March.

Man tries to poach customers from Seattle pot shop

Police say a man dealing marijuana out of the back of his Buick has been trying to poach customers from Seattle's only licensed recreational pot shop.

Experts predicting warmer fall, winter for Western Washington

What's been a delightful stretch of summer weather could give way to a warmer fall and winter than normal, at least according the National Weather Service's long-range forecasting system.

Suspect shot in head by guard in Lakewood bank robbery

Police in Lakewood say an armored car guard shot and wounded a man who tried to rob a Bank of America branch. The suspect managed to flee in a waiting car -- without any cash. He's believed to be the same man who soon turned up at a local hospital and was taken to surgery.

UW criticizes med school study

The University of Washington is criticizing as deeply flawed a study released last week that supports the creation of a new medical school in Spokane by rival Washington State University.

Experts continue tallying reports of fireball that lit up our night sky

Reports continue coming in about a big fireball that briefly lit up our night skies over the weekend.

Snohomish council asks Inslee to fill House seat

The Snohomish County Council couldn't decide on a nominee to replace State Rep. Mike Hope, so it is asking Gov. Jay Inslee to do it.

Seattle may fine you for throwing compostable materials in trash

The Seattle City Council is considering an ordinance that could fine businesses and residents if they don't sort out food waste and compostable paper from their trash.

Hop growers face worker shortage

Normally, Joel Cervantes would be plowing hop yards, repairing equipment or watering down the dusty roadways of Double R Hop Ranches in the Yakima Valley.

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