As respiratory illnesses begin to spread in western Washington, health officials are turning back to COVID-type precautions to clamp down on airborne infection.
Both directions of I-5 in Olympia reopened Tuesday morning after lanes were blocked because of a semi-truck crash overnight.
Crews are working to clear up a scene Tuesday morning after a rollover semi-truck crash blocked both directions of I-5 in Olympia overnight.
Police arrested a shoplifting suspect in Olympia earlier this month, and in addition to the stolen goods, officers recovered meth and cash.
Earlier this week, Olympia Superintendent Patrick Murphy and School Board President Darcy Huffman announced their intent to ask the board to reinstate SROs on campuses after two students were arrested for carrying weapons at Capital High School in the first week of the school year.
School resource officers could be making a comeback at schools in Olympia.
Police arrested multiple people who attacked a man and stole his car from a local gym in Olympia last month.
After a union petition kicked off calling for the Washington State Department of Health to end mandatory Outward Mindset training, employees say more colleagues are speaking up against the controversial training program.
Crews are investigating after a massive fire broke out in a mobile home park in Lacey early Saturday morning.
A North Carolina man was sentenced Thursday for stealing and selling more than $100,000 worth of medical supplies while working at hospitals in Washington.
The Sheriff of Thurston County has issued a warning for thieves that are using stolen cars to smash into storefronts in his county. He says if you steal a car and smash it into a business, his office will come after you.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday appointed Megan Matthews as the new director of the Washington State Office of Equity.
Deputies arrested a man who threw a rock at a Thurston County Sheriff's cruiser, and then fought with an officer in Olympia Tuesday morning.
More than 250 union members within the Washington Department of Health have signed a petition against a mandatory training program within the agency called Outward Mindset, and they're calling for it to become optional.
The Powerball and Mega Millions now have a staggering combined total of $1.43 billion, and a July 14 drawing is quickly approaching.
As we head into another dry weekend, two big fires continue to burn in Western Washington and hundreds of others have popped up statewide, many over the holiday weekend.
Seattle elected officials proposed legislation that would allow the city attorney's office to charge and prosecute those who possess and use drugs in a public space.
Washington lawmakers approved a major new drug policy as they returned to work for a special session Tuesday, saying it strikes a balance between public order and compassion for those struggling with substance abuse.
A newly signed set of Washington laws are a win for animal rights advocates across the state looking to better regulate dog breeding and commercial pet stores.
State legislators are working to pump the brakes on street racing in our state and while changes are coming, they won't be implemented in time for this summer's busy traffic season.