Two adults and their grandchild died in a house fire in Rainier early Saturday morning.
A Lacey police officer has shot an individual, the department confirmed to FOX 13 News.
A father in Lacey is speaking out against racism after his son was the victim of a derogatory video.
The Washington Employment Security Department reports the state's unemployment rate continues to slowly improve as the pandemic rages on.
Investigators determined that a large fire that damaged five buildings in downtown Olympia back in December was arson.
Troopers arrested four people suspected of driving under the influence with minors inside their cars over the weekend.
The Washington state Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a measure that would make it a Class C felony to harass an election worker, with violations potentially resulting in a five-year prison sentence and a $10,000 fine.
Thurston County deputies are asking the public’s help to be on the lookout for a missing woman.
It’s been 679 days since Governor Inslee declared a state of emergency regarding COVID—a prospect which is shaping up to a bipartisan effort to curb his emergency powers.
Communities in the South Sound continued recovery efforts after destructive flooding from three rivers hit multiple counties. One family in Thurston County welcomed all the help they could get from family, friends and community repairing damages to their dream house they bought only a week before the flood.
Communities in the South Sound are recovering from destructive flooding that swept through the area. One family in Thurston County is hurting after the high waters spilled into their brand-new home they had bought just a week prior.
Gov. Inslee in his State of the State address said they need to take action on issues like homelessness, climate change and transportation, but some lawmakers want to put limits on the governor's powers to invoke a state of emergency.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday called on state lawmakers to take action on a multitude of issues during their 60-day legislative session, including addressing the homelessness crisis, helping children impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and taking more steps to address climate change.
The 2022 Washington State legislative session opened its 60-day session on Monday with ‘fixes’ on the minds of many lawmakers.
Washington's 60-day legislative session began Monday, and it comes as two state senators have tested positive for COVID-19.
Lawmakers in Washington state are preparing to kick off a new legislative session amid the backdrop of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and much of their work will be done remotely as leaders try to limit the possibility of exposure.
The Deschutes River was overflowing on Jan. 8, in Tumwater, Washington.
Washington lawmaker Andy Billig tested positive for COVID-19, Senate Democrats announced Saturday.
The 2022 legislative session in Washington will look much like the one a year ago: a limited number of lawmakers on site at the Capitol, and committee hearings being fully remote due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Interstate 5 in Lewis County has reopened after it was shut down for several hours because of area flooding Friday morning.