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Wrongly delivered urine sample prompts theater evacuation in Western Washington

A movie theater in the small Washington city of North Bend was evacuated after authorities say a packaged labeled as containing a “highly contagious human substance” was sent there in …


Bottled water offered to North Bend area after E. coli found

Thousands of homeowners in eastern King County could be forced to boil their water through early next week because of E. coli concerns.


Survivor of cougar attack that killed 1 leaves hospital

The survivor of a cougar attack near North Bend has been released from the hospital.


UPDATED: Sun., May 20, 2018

Wildlife officials say cougar that attacked mountain bikers was ‘emaciated’

The two mountain bikers did what they were supposed to do when they noticed a mountain lion tailing them on a trail east of Seattle.


UPDATED: Sat., May 19, 2018

1 dead, 1 injured in cougar attack in North Bend

One person is dead and another has been injured in a cougar attack in North Bend.


Crews rescue woman, dog missing since Monday near Mount Si

A woman missing for several days east of Seattle near Mount Si was rescued Thursday along with her dog, authorities said.


Arrest made after stolen boat gets stuck off Oregon coast

Police arrested a homeless man accused of stealing a sailboat from a pier along the southern Oregon coast.


Oregon school district bans Confederate flag after fight

An Oregon school district banned the Confederate flag from school property following a fight between two girls, one of whom was wearing a hat that included the symbol.


Woman dies in hiking fall near North Bend

Authorities say a woman has died after falling about 100 feet while hiking on a trail about 30 miles east of Seattle.


Oregon man faces attempted murder charge in alleged tattoo war

North Bend, Ore. (AP) — David Wonnacott qualified for a tattoo license on July 5 and wasted little time establishing a business in a small, coastal Oregon community. Problem is, …


Women found in fire were shot to death

SEATTLE — Two women whose bodies were found in a fire at a home in Washington state had been shot to death, the medical examiner’s office said today.