A juvenile prosecutor says a 14-year-old Tumwater boy who had done Internet research on school shootings was arrested after a friend reported the teen had threatened to shoot students at his school.
Following a Problem Solvers alert about about utility company imposters in Seattle, the FBI on Wednesday released a joint alert with the Everett Police Department and the Snohomish PUD urging small, neighborhood businesses throughout the region to be on guard.
Thurston County's 10 most-wanted suspects include people wanted in connection with everything from residential burglary to identity theft. The Thurston County's Sheriff's Office warns residents not to approach or try to apprehend any of the suspects.
A 14-year-old student at Black Hills High School has been hospitalized for mental evaluation after he threatened to shoot fellow students and himself, according to the Tumwater Police Department.
A woman has died in a house fire at Tumwater.
The Tumwater City Council has voted to ban plastic grocery-style bags, starting July 1.
A wanted felon ambushed a police officer looking for a runaway, hitting him multiple times in the head with a hammer, Monday night in Tumwater, according to the Tumwater Police Department.
A judge has issued a warrant for the arrest of a 24-year-old man suspected of robbing a Timberland Bank last week in downtown Olympia.
A day-long armed standoff at a Tumwater gas station ended abruptly late Sunday afternoon when the woman held hostage ran out of the building and officers arrested the suspect.
The former Olympia Brewery at Tumwater has been vacant for a decade, but it could start making beer again.
Ten years ago Thursday the whistle at the former Olympia brewery sounded for the last time, a final symbolic toot to signify the end of an era: The brewery was closing after more than 100 years of beer-brewing tradition.
An inmate is now facing new charges after he was busted allegedly running an organized drug trafficking ring from inside prison.
A Thurston County man is being held without bail after he allegedly tried to solicit a hitman to murder his wife.
Who do you think is more disappointed right now: the parents of the 31 teens arrested for allegedly drinking at a party or the parents of the 53-year-old man arrested for allegedly supplying the booze?
Two parents apprehended a registered sex offender who was allegedly following children around and taking pictures of them Thursday at a Wal-Mart and Fred Meyer in Tumwater.