Tuesday May 14
Convicted puppy mill owner once again selling animals
Washington state has some of the most progressive animal cruelty laws in the country, but animal welfare experts say even those strong laws don't always stop businesses from selling dogs and cats as commodities, rather than pets.
Northeastern trout lakes have nice variety - Thu, 11 Apr 2013 PST
Top opening day bets include Starvation and Mudgett lakes in Stevens County, with good numbers of 11-inch rainbows plus carryovers.
Burglar steals car and food from Newport home
The Pend Oreille County Sheriff arrested a man early Thursday morning after he allegedly broke into a home, made himself a meal, then stole the homeowner's car.
Who we are: More deaths than births on Peninsula, but population stays about the same
Far more people died than were born in Clallam and Jefferson counties from April 2010, the date of the most recent census, through July 2012, according to newly released U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
Stoddard's past filled with serious accusations - Wed, 13 Mar 2013 PST
Tuesday's first-degree murder and kidnapping charges against felon Gary L. Stoddard are the latest in a series of serious accusations against a man who has for the most part avoided convictions for the worst of his alleged conduct.