The young daughter of Anessia Scott interacts with the traveling totem. Anessia, who is a descendant of the Nez Perce and Blackfoot tribes, says she… Continue Reading Indigenous Totem Travels From Salish Sea To Snake River
Avian Flu Sweeping Through Washington State, Carried By Migrating Birds Continue Reading Avian Flu Sweeping Through Washington State, Carried By Migrating Birds
Foster Families Needed – May Is Foster Care Awareness Month Continue Reading Foster Families Needed – May Is Foster Care Awareness Month
An Australian company is eying property next to the soon-to-close coal power plant in Centralia, Washington, to build a big hydrogen fuel production facility. Fortescue Future Industries went public with its plans during a hydrogen symposium hosted by the Economic Alliance of Lewis County on Thursday. Continue Reading Hydrogen Valley Vision For Southwest Washington Gets Boost From Aussies’ Proposed Plant
Thirteen people at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma are on a hunger strike. Lauren Gallup reports. Continue Reading 13 Detainees Begin Hunger Strike At Tacoma Detention Center
City Of Yakima Will No Longer Display Private Flag Continue Reading City Of Yakima Will No Longer Display Private Flag
Getting All Kids Involved, The Richland School District Annual Field Day Returns Continue Reading Getting All Kids Involved, The Richland School District Annual Field Day Returns
Neighbors Question Recovery Center Board On ‘Oxford House’ Continue Reading Neighbors Question Recovery Center Board On ‘Oxford House’
Riding Horseback To Bring Awareness Of Wild Mustang Adoption Continue Reading Riding Horseback To Bring Awareness Of Wild Mustang Adoption
There are more questions than answers in the case of a missing former foster child from Grays Harbor County. Five-year-old Oakley Carlson has been unaccounted for since February of last year. Police say her parents aren’t cooperating with the investigation. Oakley’s former foster mom questions why Oakley was sent back to live with her parents after more than two years in foster care. The governor’s office and the Department of Children Youth and Families won’t answer questions about the case citing privacy laws and the ongoing law enforcement investigation. Continue Reading Case Of Missing Washington 5-Year-Old Highlights Secrecy Around CPS Cases
Hazard Pay Helps Recruit Wildland Rirefighters In Idaho Continue Reading Hazard Pay Helps Recruit Wildland Firefighters In Idaho
Drone Technology, Sustainability Key To Grape And Wine Research In Washington For 2022 Continue Reading Drone Technology, Sustainability Key To Grape And Wine Research In Washington For 2022
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