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  • 2 die in crash into Moses Lake

    MOSES LAKE, Wash. — Two young men have died in a crash into Moses Lake. Witnesses told police they saw a speeding SUV about 1 a.m. today. It left a …

  • Spotlight: MAC to host Stravinsky’s ‘Rite of Spring’

    The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture will host a centennial celebration of Igor Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” at 3 p.m. Saturday. The multimedia celebration will he presented by …

  • Moses Lake man shot, killed in his home

    A 60-year-old Moses Lake resident was shot and killed in his home Saturday night.

  • Rollover crashes injure three near Moses Lake

    MOSES LAKE – Washington State Patrol troopers responded to two rollover wrecks on the same stretch of Interstate 90 near Moses Lake within two miles and six minutes of each …

  • Gang member acquitted in rapper killing

    A Spokane jury today acquitted a gang member of helping kill an aspiring rapper and two other charges that would have resulted in a prison term of life without the …

  • Two enough for Sagendorf

    Nick Sagendorf didn’t have much of a chance to showcase his stuff, but it didn’t take much. Despite a 20-minute bullpen session before pitching to just two hitters, the senior-to-be …

  • Moses Lake dancer makes TV show’s top 20

    A Moses Lake teen is among the top 20 finalists for the “So You Think You Can Dance” television series. Caitlynn Lawson, 18 and just graduated from Moses Lake High …

  • Toddler killed in van accident

    A toddler died Thursday evening after being struck by a food service van in the Larson subdivision north of Moses Lake.

  • Baseball Notes: Doumit hits a big one

    The Pittsburgh Pirates have steadfastly insisted that merely reaching .500 wouldn’t be cause for celebration. Moses Lake native Ryan Doumit gave them a chance to find out what it feels …

  • Pedestrian, 76, killed crossing street

    A 76-year-old woman was struck and killed by a pickup truck while crossing the street Saturday afternoon in Colfax. According to the Colfax Police Department, Maryann Largent was in the …

  • Work relocates Fairchild tankers

    Don’t be surprised to see U.S. Air Force jets sharing the runway at Spokane International Airport. Eight aerial refueling tankers will be temporarily based at Spokane International this year while …

  • U.S. agrees to pay for cleanup of Moses Lake Superfund site

    YAKIMA – The U.S. government and other parties have agreed to pay more than $58 million to clean up industrial contamination at the site of a former Air Force base …

  • Moses Lake carbon fiber plant could double

    OLYMPIA — Gov. Chris Gregoire said BMW could double the size of a carbon fiber manufacturing facility being built in Moses Lake.

  • Fairchild runway to be replaced

    A California-based construction company will be in charge of a $43 million project to repave and raise Fairchild Air Force Base’s runway next year, the Defense Department said. AECOM Technology, …

  • Fairchild operations going to Moses Lake

    MOSES LAKE – Fairchild Air Force Base will move operations to the Moses Lake airport next year while runways and taxiways are rebuilt in Spokane. The Columbia Basin Herald reports …

  • Husband accused of attempted murder

    A domestic dispute between two cemetery owners erupted in gunfire Sunday near Moses Lake, the Grant County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday.

  • Ground broken for BMW parts plant at Moses Lake

    Gov. Chris Gregoire and other officials broke ground today on a carbon fiber plant at Moses Lake that will make parts for a BMW electric car.

  • Thousand-acre fires in Grant County and Douglas County out

    Two fires encompassing thousands of acres in Grant County and Douglas County were declared extinguished Monday. A home, a shop, an outbuilding and several vehicles were confirmed destroyed in the …

  • Wildfire destroys home and other buildings

    A wind-whipped wildfire destroyed three buildings, including a home, and several vehicles in Central Washington today.

  • Finders Keepers relocates quickly

    Finders Keepers owner Deena Caruso and her employees are swabbing out the 112 S. Cedar St. store and moving the salvageable contents to a new location at 309 W. Second …

  • Moses Lake burn victims airlifted to Seattle

    Three men were airlifted from Moses Lake to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center with severe burns after igniting a flash fire in a small garden shed Monday night. They were reportedly …

  • Authorities: 3 severely burned while manipulating pot

    Three men were airlifted from Moses Lake to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center with severe burns after igniting a flash fire in a small garden shed Monday night. They were reportedly …

  • Moses Lake selected for BMW parts plant

    Drawn by cheap and sustainable hydropower, a joint venture to manufacture carbon fiber parts for a new BMW electric car will be built in Moses Lake, the heart of central …

  • Rape suspect jailed after standoff

    A standoff with a Moses Lake man accused of raping a woman at knifepoint ended with his arrest late Wednesday after authorities pumped noxious gas into his hiding spot. Mario …

  • Moses Lake plant workers fought fire

    An industrial fire at a silicon plant two miles east of Moses Lake was extinguished this morning by a fire brigade at the plant.

  • Fire at hay feed maker may burn for days

    A fire that destroyed a 250,000-square-foot hay feed plant east of Moses Lake on Sunday was expected to continue burning for several days, authorities reported this morning.

  • Hay feed plant burns near Moses Lake

    Firefighters in Grant County tonight are fighting a commercial structure fire at a hay feed manufacturing company east of Moses Lake.

  • Grant County in the crossfire of a gang war

    GRANT COUNTY, Wash. – More than 10 years ago, “Maniac” moved to Central Washington to escape a Los Angeles street gang.

  • Gangs suspected in Moses Lake man’s death

    A 19-year-old Moses Lake man was shot to death in a suspected gang killing Tuesday in a residential area near the Grant County airport.

  • Suspicious Moses Lake death was natural causes

    The suspicious death of a woman in the Moses Lake house where her boyfriend was killed has been ruled natural causes.



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