Update Sunday 2:20 p.m.: The cause of a bus crash late Saturday involving a basketball team from King’s High School, a private Christian school in Shoreline, was still under investigation Sunday, Washington State Patrol Trooper Mark Francis said. The State Patrol reported the driver, identified as Deborah J. Clark, 53, of Everett, attributed the accident on Highway 104 to brake failure, but…More
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UPDATE: 12:30 p.m. | For the 75 fans who, in some cases, waited for 5 hours to see the Hawks, it was worth it. They were allowed to wait by the buses transporting the team. Bobby Wagner, Michael Bennett, and Jermaine Kearse were among those signing autographs. Pete Carroll spent a long time with…More
The Associated Press LONGVIEW – A Toutle Lake High School freshman was injured Thursday afternoon while he was throwing a shot put and it slipped out of his hand and hit him on top of his head. The Daily News reports 14-year-old J.J. Peck was in stable condition while being evaluated at St. John Medical Center in…More
Take Our Poll As many or most of you know, you can get the results of Olympic events hours before they are broadcast on television. We’d like to know if you wait until the events air on TV, or do you learn who won and who lost as soon as possible by going to the…More
The Associated Press GREAT FALLS, Mont. — Former NFL and Washington State University quarterback Ryan Leaf is scheduled to be sentenced in Montana on Tuesday after having pleaded guilty last month to breaking into a house and illegally possessing painkillers. A plea agreement calls for Leaf to be sentenced to nine months in a secure drug treatment…More
Weather: Once again, it’s all about the drizzle, with showers or light rain predicted today and the rest of the week, except for Monday and Thursday, when it’s supposed to be a little nicer — if you consider cloudy an upgrade over wet. The details: Traffic: Smooth sailing in the morning, but basketball traffic could cause slowdowns around…More