A man accused of killing a Quilcene couple is asking a Kitsap County judge to dismiss the charges against him because jail medical staff stopped giving him his anti-psychotic medication during the trial.
A key Mars Hill Church insider, Sutton Turner, has resigned as an executive elder and departed the staff at the troubled Seattle-based mega-church.
People are used to paying fees to reserve a space in local parks, but some church groups in Clark County are getting double billed, when they decide to use the river to baptize their members.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reached a deal with landowners near the popular Old Mill District in Bend to protect Oregon spotted frog habitat while allowing future development.
A Port Orchard man has been sentenced to four months in prison after illegally harvesting 300 pounds of geoduck from the Olympia area and dumping them near Port Orchard.
A wrongful termination lawsuit brought by three former House Republican staffers has been settled for a total of $120,000.
There was a 12-hour surgery, and 18 pieces of hardware placed in his body: brackets, screws, bolts. Dozens of staple marks run up his legs and back. The pain, even now, can be cruel.
Corgi owners around the nation are rallying around a slain Bellingham dog, calling for the harshest penalty for the man charged with killing Molly, a Pembroke Welsh corgi.
The Mormon church's family history research center is launching a social media campaign encouraging youngsters around the world to share their best stories about their grandmothers.
More than 80 men responded within three hours to an ad on social media that was written by an undercover Eugene police detective pretending to be a teenage girl.
It's not as fast as buying a pair of shoes on Amazon.com, but a new app allows women to get a prescription for birth control pills by simply touching an icon on their smart phone.
The Snohomish County Sheriff's office says a search and rescue dog that worked in the Oso mudslide has been found safely, swimming in a pool.