• Quincy hospital seeks Olympia's help to fund Gorge medical care

    Every summer tens of thousands of concert goers descend on the Gorge Amphitheater, with only a small hospital in Quincy nearby to take care of them. Strained to the breaking point when the party gets out of control, the hospital is turning to Olympia for help.

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    Poison control center reports e-cigarette exposures doubled in 2014

    New data released this week from the Washington Poison Control Center show that there were 182 exposures to e-cigarettes in 2014, more than double the number of exposures in 2013.

  • Flu rates spike in Spokane schools

    Spokane Public Schools is seeing the highest number of flu cases in years, with multiple elementary schools in the district reporting flu cases in the double digits.

  • Local company stocking shelves with 12th Man pride

    Seahawks fans are flocking to local apparel retailers and buying blue and green as as fast as it hits the shelves to show support for the team, forcing one local apparel company to use their hurry up offense to put shirts on shelves.

  • Obama's meeting with India's leader shortened

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    Expectations high for Obama in India

    President Barack Obama touched down in India on Sunday for a truncated state visit that has officials claiming a new era in U.S.-India relations is dawning.

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