A person was hit and killed on the train tracks in Puyallup Wednesday morning, according to a report from authorities.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — More rain and snow fell during the weekend in storm-battered California, making travel dangerous and prompting evacuation warnings over flooding concerns along a swollen river near Sacramento. Bands of gusty thunderstorms started Saturday in the north and spread south, with yet another atmospheric river storm following close behind Sunday, the National […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Staring down a fast-approaching government shutdown that threatens to disrupt life for millions of Americans, Speaker Kevin McCarthy has turned to a strategy that so far has preserved his tenuous hold on House leadership but also marked it by chaos: giving hard-right lawmakers what they want. In his eight months running the […]
To celebrate the newfound optimism between Hollywood’s writers and AMPTP, check out what’s new in theaters and on streaming this weekend.
PHOENIX (AP) — America’s hottest metro area is on track to set an annual record for heat-associated deaths after a sweltering summer, particularly in Phoenix. Public health officials in Maricopa County, home to Phoenix and Arizona’s most populous county, said Friday that 289 heat-associated deaths were confirmed as of Sept. 16, with another 262 deaths […]
SPD Chief Adrian Diaz said in a statement Friday he has taken steps to place an officer on administrative leave after racist and sexist comments surfaced.
WASHINGTON (AP) — This probably wasn’t how President Joe Biden envisioned his big foreign policy week ending. Biden spent much of the time trying to make the case to world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly as well as to Democratic donors and voters that his decades of foreign policy experience and demonstrated moral clarity […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — For months, Carlton Clemons endured crippling pain from a rotting wisdom tooth. He couldn’t sleep, barely ate and relied on painkillers to get by. The 67-year-old from Nashville, Tennessee, could not afford to see a dentist on the $1,300-a-month his family gets in Social Security and disability payments. So he waited […]
September is a busy month on the sports calendar and also holds a very special designation: Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
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Washington Virtual Academies (WAVA) is a program of Omak School District that is a full-time online public school for students in grades K-12.
What would you do if you woke up in the middle of the night and heard an intruder in your kitchen? West Coast Armory North can help.
Parents and students in Washington state have the power to reimagine the K-12 educational experience through Insight School of Washington.
Fraud costs Medicare an estimated $60 billion each year and ultimately raises the cost of health care for everyone.