Second boy is undergoing mental evaluation
COLVILLE — A 10-year-old boy who plotted to attack a classmate at Fort Colville Elementary School was sentenced to three to five years in a juvenile detention facility on Wednesday by Stevens County Superior Court Judge Allen Nielson.
SEATTLE — Bertha's bed is ready.
HOOD RIVER, Ore. — A couple planning a marriage say they were denied a wedding cake by a Hood River baker because they are lesbians.
SEATTLE — A Bothell family whose car was hit by a falling tree last December at Stevens Pass has filed six claims with the state, saying the Transportation Department should have closed Highway 2 because of heavy snow bringing down trees.
She has a condition called 'multiple chemical sensitivity'
PORTLAND — A Portland employee is suing the city, claiming she was sickened by a co-worker's scented fragrance.
Convicted rapist was already serving a life sentence
EVERETT — Jurors recommended Wednesday that an inmate be sentenced to death for killing a Washington state corrections officer in a prison chapel two years ago.
An Oregon man who spent time in prison after being accused of snipping or gluing female bus passengers' hair has been arrested again — this time accused of lewd behavior on buses.
DSHS rule lowered pay for those who lived with client
SEATTLE — Justices on the Washington Supreme Court are considering whether the state should have to pay a $100 million verdict awarded to some 22,000 home care workers who were shortchanged by a rule that was in effect from 2003 to 2007.
Insurance firms begin submitting rate proposals
OLYMPIA — Some Washington residents may see lower insurance premiums under President Barack Obama's health care law, with proposed plans released Tuesday countering concerns expressed by the insurance industry just a year ago.
He had planned to dribble soccer ball to Brazil for charity
A Seattle man trying to dribble a soccer ball 10,000 miles to Brazil in time for the 2014 World Cup died Tuesday after being hit by a pickup truck on the Oregon Coast.
OLYMPIA — A Senate committee on Tuesday advanced a bill to make changes to the state's impaired driving laws, including making driving under the influence a felony on the fourth conviction, rather than the current law that has it at five within 10 years.
SEATTLE — The state of Washington could pay as much as $475,000 for an outside study of three Transportation Department megaprojects — the Highway 520 floating bridge on Lake Washington, the Highway 99 tunnel under downtown Seattle, and an Interstate 5 bridge across the Columbia River.
SEATTLE — Justices on the Washington Supreme Court are considering whether a $100 million verdict against the state should be allowed to stand.
CHEHALIS — A Lewis County deputy prosecutor says rape charges may have to be dismissed because the victim suffered a heart attack two weeks ago and her doctor says testifying could trigger another heart attack.
SEATTLE — A Seattle police officer was bitten while arresting a man who threatened passengers with a knife on a state ferry from Bremerton.