WA Man Arrested with Over $7mil in Fentanyl & Cocaine
The man was arrested by California Highway Patrol after they found more than 150 pounds of cocaine and fentanyl-laced pills during a traffic stop.
Carbon Auction Reduction Act Could Net Washingtonians Some Cash
Rep. April Connors plans to introduce the CAR Program, which could net registered vehicle owners in Washington a $100 check (up to $200 per family) next July.
After 4 Years, an Important Hanford-Related Agreement is Settled
The Washington state Department of Ecology announced this week that it will regain direct access to critical federal data about the Hanford Site.
Benton County Opposes Tri-City Wind Farm Project
The Benton County Commissioners passed a resolution this week which formally sets forth opposition to the Horse Heaven Wind Farm Project.
Washingtonians, You Could Have Money Waiting for You
The Washington State Department of Revenue’s Unclaimed Property program is apparently breaking records
WA AG Ferguson may be Stumbling into Legal Trap
This is the second lawsuit filed to enforce the ban on sales of magazines with capacity to hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
Washington: Look to the Sky for a Newly Discovered Comet
Stargazers have already caught sight of the newly discovered, green comet racing across the sky recently.
Dept of Ecology Says Nearly 40 Million Pounds of Litter in WA
The recently released study shows that despite more than $12 million spent each year, the problem still persists.
North Bend Man Faces Up to 40 Years in Jail for Illegal Hunting
The Washington State Attorney General's Office says Jason Smith has been charged with 32 criminal counts.
New UW Study Finds Meth & Fentanyl in WA & OR Transit
The study, released this week, shows a very concerning trend.
Washingtonians, Get Rid of Your Liberty Gun Safes
The long trusted gun storage company has come under serious fire for making a very questionable decision.
Hyper-virulent Bacterium in Seattle Sparks NIH Investigation
Virginia Medical Center reported earlier this year that an outbreak of Klebsiella pneumoniae has infected 31 patients, with seven deaths.