As students begin to go back to school for the first time in a year and a half, police are warning parents to be vigilant as their kids wait at bus stops.
It’s been difficult for so many Americans to watch the Taliban take over Afghanistan and watch the United States military exit a country in chaos. For a local mother, whose son died fighting in the country, it’s been heartbreaking.
A black bear walking below the I-90 wildlife crossing structure in Snoqualmie Pass was caught on camera for the first time.
If you're thinking about heading to one of the local rivers, expect everything but calm waters.
Imagine taking the time out of your busy day just to show appreciation for someone else. That’s what nearly two dozen people in Snoqualmie did on Thursday.
A Winter Weather Advisory was issued across the mountain passes in western Washington. The April snowfall could cause a tricky situation for anyone trying to travel over through the mountain passes, rescue crews say.
This week over 375 inches of snow were measured in Snoqualmie Pass, surpassing the ten-year average, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Three major mountain passes in Washington state were closed overnight due to avalanche danger after heavy rain fell on a large snowpack from recent storms, state transportation officials said.
Snoqualmie Pass reopens after nearly 24 hour closure due to avalanche dangers.
WSDOT says Snoqualmie Pass is closed overnight due to hazardous road conditions, and Stevens Pass will be closed until further notice.
A portion of Snoqualmie Pass has reopened after closing for several hours as crews work to clear a rollover of military convoy vehicles.
As more and more people head to the mountain passes for winter recreation, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) said the increasing crowds are bringing a new hazard to the passes.
UPDATE: Snoqualmie Police said the child was found safe with the mother late Sunday night in the Black Diamond area.
Mountain passes could get up to nine inches of snow Friday.
As the pandemic forced museums to temporarily close for months across Washington, many are now facing financial challenges while trying to welcome back guests.
Brendon Nepon and his dog were last seen Sunday.
Students, families, and school districts across our region are still getting used to our new normal ever since the pandemic forced classes to move online but those changes open up a host of new challenges and risks.
Blind man inspires others to see in new ways
A 17-year-old male has died tonight after jumping off of the Old Reinig Trestle and into the upper Snoqualmie River, a City of Snoqualmie spokesperson confirmed Tuesday evening.