6 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer
You can call Calvin Johnson a weird-out. But "low-fi," "twee," "twee-pop" are another story for the singer-songwriter who hits Cleveland on Saturday.
10 hrs ago | The Olympian
Doctors at Western State Hospital have restored the competency of an Olympia woman accused of murdering a 76-year-old woman as she worked on a jigsaw puzzle at the Casa Madrona Apartments in October.
12 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Gov. Jay Inslee and most statewide elected officials and lawmakers won't get a pay raise this year, but judges will see a salary hike under the salary schedule adopted by the Washington Citizen's Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials.
14 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
Running is part of Kendl Winter's creative process, and it's on one of her 18- or even 30-mile runs that she is able to connect with nature and brainstorm ideas for her music.
19 hrs ago | Crosscut.com
Crosscut has expanded its coverage of Olympia, including the state Legislature and Gov.
20 hrs ago | The Olympian
That's the thinking behind a new event coming to Thurston County, which was announced Wednesday as part of the Olympia Lacey Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau's annual meeting at the Red Lion Hotel Olympia.
Four screeching peregrine falcon chicks squirmed in a cardboard box as a small crowd gathered around, cameras at the ready.
Olympia police have arrested a 22-year-old Olympia man in connection with a stabbing that occurred outside Bayside Quilting on State Avenue downtown Monday night.
Beginning next summer, new homes built in Olympia will have to have sprinkler systems, the Olympia City Council decided in a preliminary 6-1 vote Tuesday night.
It's more than a little disappointing that 65 percent of this fall's contests for public office have already been decided.
In a story May 14 about insurance premiums, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner, reported erroneously the premiums for an insurance plan.
Growing out of an idea conceived in a local church four decades ago, and now a multicounty, multifaceted, multimillion-dollar program, Senior Services for South Sound is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
The May 7 edition of The Olympian included an article on taxes which referenced how "state and local governments in Washington are missing out on more than $1 billion every two years in uncollected tax revenue from online sales according to the Department Of Revenue." Missing out on? This statement reads as if it's government's right to collect ... (more)
A man was seriously injured late Sunday when the car he driving was broadsided by a suspected drunk driver who was trying to get away from police.
It didn't rain on the Rhody Parade on Saturday. The highlight of the 78th annual Rhododendron Festival celebration finished with only a few drops getting in the way.
The Thurston County auditor has announced a three-day special filing period seeking candidates for three offices that did not draw candidates for the upcoming election.