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The United States’ northern border is monitored by what is sometimes referred to as an “invisible wall” of patrolling agents and high-tech sensors, a virtual net bisecting the continent between Canada and the United States.
Pullman resident Mohammed Riajul Islam says serving the needy is an essential part of living the Muslim faith.
On the eve of the first expected results of Congo’s long-delayed presidential election, President Donald Trump said military personnel had deployed to the region to protect U.S. assets from possible “violent demonstrations,” while the country’s powerful Catholic church warned of a popular “uprising” if untrue results are announced.
Washington officials will begin removing creosote-treated logs from the beach at Seahurst Park in Burien as part of a statewide effort to clean up the state’s shorelines.
The Washington Department of Ecology has fined the city of Vancouver $60,000 for spilling nearly 600,000 gallons of raw sewage into the Columbia River.
The Colville Confederated Tribes face significant losses in their timber programs from a continued federal government shutdown, along with losses in social and health services, the tribal chairman said this week.
Holley Gilbert retired on a Friday in March. Come Monday morning, she was on a plane headed toward a three-month visit in Africa.
A fight between two sexually violent predators being held at a special facility on McNeil Island, Washington, ended with one man dead and the other in jail, officials said Friday.
Washington residents with a single misdemeanor marijuana possession conviction can request a pardon online.
The Washington State Department of Transportation reported that a 70-mile stretch of I-90 was closed from North Bend to Ellensburg.
As a new Congress opens with Democrats controlling the House, Washington trades clout in leadership for some better positions on committees.
President Donald Trump has signed legislation to award former New Orleans Saints and Washington State football player Steve Gleason the Congressional Gold Medal.
A Boise man was arrested on a charge of first-degree murder Wednesday night in connection with a homicide in Washington from 1992.
The Catholic church in Congo announced Thursday its data show a clear winner in Sunday’s presidential election, and it called on the electoral commission to publish the true results in “respect of truth and justice.”
Two more orcas are ailing and probably will be dead by summer, according to the region’s expert on the demographics of the critically endangered southern residents.
Authorities on Wednesday were investigating the deaths of a man, his son and the son’s girlfriend whose bullet-riddled bodies were found concealed on a property known for hosting transients in Washington state.
The Department of Energy has awarded a Hanford contract valued at up to $152 million to a Kennewick company.
Whidbey Island, which one local describes as “a mixture of hippies on the south end, and Navy people on the north end,” is also a draw for white supremacists; one of their own died there in 1984 in an incident that’s a distant memory, if a memory at all, to most current residents.
Victims of the Dec. 18 twister are learning that disasters bring people and communities together, but they also can attract those who prey on the vulnerable.
Two people were found dead in the yard of a Port Angeles home after family members asked officers to do a welfare check. Officials later reported that a third body was found.