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Fire season officially began in the Inland Northwest with not one, but two large fires casing evacuations throughout the region on Sunday.
The new crop of bing cherries has been beset with growing problems this year that are reducing the size of the crop.
Moses Lake Police are asking for the public's help in locating a Moses Lake man who was last seen on May 3.
A common artificial sweetener found in everything from toothpaste to peanut butter from sugar free gum is proving to be poisonous to dogs.
A Lake Roosevelt Elementary School administrator who is facing child sex charges pleaded not guilty to a federal indictment on Monday.
The Washington Legislature has approved a bill that would allow livestock owners to enter wildfire zones to retrieve their animals, provided they don't interfere with firefighting operations.
A Grand Coulee man is in jail for possession of illegal drugs and stolen property.
The Moses Lake Business Association is once again facilitating the City's Adopt a Pot program, where local businesses and individuals sponsor a flower pot to help keep the downtown area beautiful…
Dutch Bros' annual Dutch Luv Day will take place on Sunday, February 14; it is on this day that all Dutch Bros location will donate $1 from every drink sold to their local food organizations.
The Dave Matthews Band is returning to the Gorge Amphitheater for their 25th anniversary tour over Labor Day weekend
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