Andre Thompson(left) and Bryson Chaplin appear before Superior Court Judge Gary Tabor during their Sept. 22nd arraignment in connection with a May 2015 shoplifting incident and their subsequent shooting by Olympia Police officer Ryan Donald. Both entered not guilty pleas and were represented Tuesday by attorneys George Trejo (right) Daryl Rodrigues, director of the Office of Assigned Counsel.
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Andre Thompson and Bryson Chaplin arraignment
Lattins address court during goat abuse sentencing
De-Escalate Washington turns in more than 350,000 signatures
Amtrak train derailment investigation continues as carriages lifted back into position over I-5
Wreath project adds purpose to holiday season for Olympia homeless
Worst case earthquake scenario for Seattle
Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2
Food for homeless students now available at SPSCC
House fire in south Tacoma claims life of woman
1 dead after Tacoma warehouse fire
Nordic Festival features buttery treats
Olympia vigil condemning Charlottesville violence
Chair of Thurston County Democrats threatens to withdraw candidate support
Emergency service workers remain at the scene of a deadly train derailment in Washington on Tuesday. At least three passengers were killed and more than 100 were injured on Monday. Federal officials say the Amtrak train was traveling 50 mph over the speed limit when it went off an overpass south of Seattle.
Researchers at the University of Washington generated 50 simulations to see potential impacts of a 9.0 Cascadia earthquake. In the scenario that generated the most shaking in Seattle, the hypocenter was far away but the quake spread inland and up the coast, causing waves to pile up toward Seattle.
Bruce Kendall, President & CEO of the Economic Development Board for Tacoma-Pierce County, talks about the board's proposal to attract Amazon's new secondary headquarters project - and its accompanying 50,000 jobs - to Pierce County.