Staff from the Washington State Archives Division of the Secretary of State's office along with volunteers clean photos and transparencies in the agency's Tumwater Records' facility on June 14th after a June 9th fire at the Aberdeen Museum of History
With perfect weather and water conditions bringing people out on the Long Lake waters early Sunday morning Thurston County Sheriff's Deputy Jay Swanson joins Lacey Fire District 3 personnel for added safety patrols.
Sense what Bill Braack, pilot of the Smoke-n-Thunder JetCar, feels when he zooms down an airport runway at speeds well in excess of 300 miles per hour in a race against a Cobra attack helicopter at the Olympic Air Show in Tumwater Saturday.
Police are responding to a report of four cars struck by gunfire on State Route 509 in Des Moines Wednesday afternoon. Officials with the Washington State Patrol say there were no injuries and are looking for an "active shooter."
Hanford workers began moving some of the highly radioactive sludge out of the K West Reactor Basin, located just 400 yards from the Columbia River, on June 12, 2018. It will be stored in below-ground cells until it can be prepared for disposal.
Lydia Hawk Elementary School students join Thurston County Food Bank Director Robert Coit and Operations Manager Judy Jones at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Lacey Food Bank Tuesday along Martin Way East.
Spotty weather didn't dampen the spirits of several thousand participants and spectators on Sunday June 10th for the 2018 Capital City Pride Parade. With this year's theme of "Live.Love.Be" the parade began at it traditional starting point at the Ca
Olympia is considering zoning changes to allow more in-fill housing. “Missing middle” housing refers to things like duplexes, triplexes, tiny homes and mother-in-law apartments – anything between a single-family home and a large apartment building.