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Living Hope Church collects 9.8 tons, enough to best 2006 Guinness World Record
Living Hope Church recently collected 19,600 pounds of pet food in seven days, a feat that -- when verified -- should smash a record held for seven years by a South African supermarket.
In Pacific Northwest fashion, a downpour welcomed the newly finished emerald house at 9717 N.E. 25th Ave. Volunteers and visitors huddled inside to admire the energy-efficient features of Evergreen Habitat for Humanity's newest addition.
The collapse of an interstate highway bridge in Washington state brings new attention to the limits of the country's infrastructure, especially older structures that were designed with little room for error and were never intended to carry the number of cars and trucks they see today.
Union finishes on a pair of long crosses to beat Roosevelt in semifinal
Opportunistic and determined, the Union Titans fought their way into the Class 4A boys soccer state championship with a stirring effort on Friday.
What's open and what's closed Monday for Memorial Day:
Police have located the driver of a black Ford F-150 pickup who allegedly caused a three-vehicle crash Thursday morning on Interstate 5 southbound near La Center and fled the scene.
Police are asking the public for assistance in locating two missing Ridgefield teens.
GREENVILLE, Calif. (AP) — Residents in rural northeastern California assessed damage to their homes and businesses Friday from a magnitude-5.7 earthquake, one of the strongest temblors to hit the densely forested region in decades.
Have a recreational vehicle parked in your driveway or next to your home? You might want to check that the battery is still there.
While the collapse of a four-lane Interstate 5 bridge into the Skagit River on Thursday fanned the flames on the debate over the Columbia River Crossing, it doesn’t appear to have changed opponents’ minds.
LONDON — Britain scrambled fighter jets Friday to intercept a commercial airliner carrying more than 300 people from Pakistan, diverting it to an isolated runway at an airport on the outskirts of London and arresting two British passengers on suspicion of endangering the aircraft.A British security official said the situation involving the Pakistan International Airlines flight did not appear terror-related, though police were still investigating, but the incident further rattled the U.K. just days after a soldier was killed on a London street in a suspected terror attack.
A two-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 north of Castle Rock sent one person to an area hospital with critical injuries, according to Washington State Patrol Trooper Will Finn.
PULLMAN (AP) — The Washington State University Board of Regents has voted to limit a fall tuition increase to 2 percent, no matter what the Legislature decides concerning the state budget.