Among last week’s most read stories was one about human remains turning out to be animal remains.
1. Two dead in homicide-suicide at McKenna Chiropractic Center: Two men died by gunfire Wednesday inside a McKenna chiropractic office in an apparent homicide-suicide with a shotgun, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.
2. 2 killed in 10-vehicle crash blocking northbound Interstate 5 in Lacey: Two people died late Tuesday when a semitractor-trailer full of produce jack-knifed onto the car they were driving on northbound Interstate 5 in Lacey, according to the Washington State Patrol.
3. Remains found are not missing Olympia woman: The remains that were tentatively identified as missing Olympia woman Gail Doyle over the weekend have been determined to be from an animal, not a human, according to The Thurston County Sheriff’s Department.
4. Remains believed to be of missing Olympia woman found: See above.
5. Officials identify 2 Tacoma men killed in 1-5 crash in Lacey: Driver Richard Nelson, 50, and passenger Thomas Bates, 47, Tacoma residents who were married, were killed in the crash, Thurston County Coroner Gary Warnock said Wednesday.