Ocean Shores businesses prepare for busy weekend amid pandemic

Despite cases of COVID-19 rising, Washington's coastline communities are expecting an influx of people for the Independence Day weekend. It's unclear how many people are expected to show up tot he coast, but businesses, local government, and emergency responders are preparing.

WSP: 2 semis collide, sending one of them careening into home near Elma

ELMA, Wash. -- Nobody was seriously hurt after two semis crashed and one of them careened into a home in Grays Harbor County.According to the Washington State Patrol, troopers were called Friday afternoon to SR 12 about five miles southeast of Elma.It's unclear what caused the crash.

Search dog rescues dog trapped mud for two days

It was a happy homecoming for a dog named “Puppy” who was stuck in the mud for over 40 hours. It was all thanks to Tino, the rescue dog who found Puppy trapped in the muck near McCleary.

Police searching for Utah woman who disappeared in Ocean Shores

OCEAN SHORES, Wash. -- Police are searching for a Utah woman who stayed at an Ocean Shores hotel and then disappeared.Police say 31-year-old Tracy Ann Lewis of Eden, Utah was last seen at the Morning Glory Hotel on March 9."She checked out of the motel in the morning and was last seen walking northbound on Ocean Shores Blvd.

2 killed, 2 injured when car hits snow plow making U-turn

MONTESANO, Wash. -- Two people died and two others were injured when their vehicle crashed into a snow plow that had taken a U-turn in Grays Harbor County.The Washington State Patrol says about 2:50 a.m. Sunday, two vehicles were westbound on US 12 when one of the vehicles, a snow plow dump truck, took a U-turn.