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FBI seeks information on bank robber nicknamed the ‘Quick-Change Bandit’

Quick Change Bandit

The Seattle Safe Streets Task Force is seeking information about a bank robber nicknamed the “Quick-Change Bandit.” The unidentified bank robber is believed to have robbed at least two different

Grays Harbor College offering ‘EDventure’ voyage on Lady Washington

Lady Washington at sunset

The EDventure with Grays Harbor College Continuing Education Department and Grays Harbor Historical Seaport begins on September 17th at the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, 500 N Custer Street, in Aberdeen. 

Summit Pacific Medical Center mandates flu shots for employees

Summit Pacific Regional Medical Center

Elma, WA – Summit Pacific Medical Center has decided to require all staff to receive their flu shot this fall, and will begin letting new hires know that their employment

Pacific County Deputies assist commercial gillnet vessel with engine failure

Mason County Sheriff's Office

South Bend, WA. – On August 25th at approximately 6:10 PM, the Sheriff’s Office received a request for assistance from the operator of a commercial gillnetting vessel that had experienced

Grays Harbor College auditioning for production of “Back in the World”

GHC Bishop Center

Auditions for Grays Harbor College’s Fall premier production of “Back in the World” are set for Saturday, September 20 at 10 a.m. and the following day, Sunday, September 21, starting

Man charged in 1993 fatal Wash. stabbing

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A man charged with fatally stabbing a Spanaway, Washington, woman while she babysat two young relatives more than two decades ago has been extradited from Florida…. …read more

From:: AP Washington News

Police seek clothes-swapping Wash. bank robber

SEATTLE (AP) — The FBI says law enforcement officers are trying to find a man believed responsible for three recent Puget Sound-area bank robberies. In one case, authorities say the robber changed clothes between two robberies that took place within an hour…. …read more

From:: AP Washington News

Ramirez career worst in Seattle 12-4 Rangers loss

By By JOSH LIEBESKIND SEATTLE (AP) — Back in the majors from Triple-A yet again, Erasmo Ramirez gave little reason for the Mariners to extend his stay in Seattle…. …read more

From:: AP Washington News

Port of Vancouver to lease railcars for crops

VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — The Port of Vancouver has signed a deal to start hauling agricultural goods from North Dakota to the West Coast in rail cars that otherwise would come back empty after transporting supplies for the oil industry…. …read more

From:: AP Washington News

Expect delays and traffic congestion each night this week on I-5 in Pierce County

Nighttime drivers should plan for delays on southbound Interstate 5 around Lakewood, DuPont and Tacoma this week. …read more

From:: WSDOT Olympic Travel News

Former Wall Street Journal reporter assaulted

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Police in Missoula are searching for a man suspected of assaulting a former Wall Street Journal and Missoulian reporter, likely costing the 70-year-old man the sight in his left eye…. …read more

From:: AP Washington News

ND, port in Wash. sign transportation pact

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota and a port in the state of Washington have signed an agreement that will increase the shipments of ag commodities from North Dakota to the West Coast…. …read more

From:: AP Washington News