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A home invasion robbery in Oakville was not related to a vehicle pursuit in the same area this morning. Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate with the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s department tells us before 5 this morning, two masked men kicked
Drivers may encounter lane closures and short-term rolling slowdowns on State Route 8 near McCleary for several days beginning Tuesday, April 29. Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will remove hazard trees adjacent to the highway. From 8 a.m.
MENLO – As long as dry weather forecast in Pacific County holds, travelers on State Route 6 will start using the new, wider Willapa River Bridge by Wednesday, April 30. Washington State Department of Transportation contractor Rotschy Inc. plans to
The fourth cycle of pontoons headed for the State Route 520 bridge will be floating out of the Aberdeen casting basin late tonight. Deputy Executive Director at the Port of Grays Harbor Leonard Barnes told commissioners last week, the giant
SEATTLE – More pontoons for State Route 520’s new floating bridge are about to arrive in Lake Washington. The first of two supplemental pontoons being towed this week from Tacoma to Lake Washington was scheduled to reach the Hiram M.
MENLO – Drivers on State Route 6 at the Willapa River Bridge will encounter 10 weeks of around-the-clock single-lane traffic beginning this week. Drivers can expect five-minute delays while an automated signal alternates traffic across the bridge. Reducing SR 6 to
The Washington State Patrol reports just after 1 p.m. Monday a 2005 Chevy Blazer failed to negotiate the corner on State Route 12 near Devonshire road, spun out of control, went through the cable barrier and came to rest in
It’s not quite spring, but starting Monday, Feb. 3, Washington State Department of Transportation crews will be doing some heavy cleaning on three steel bridges in Cowlitz and Lewis counties. The State Route 4 Peter Crawford, State Route 433 Lewis
The Washington State Department of Transportation is looking back at 2013, and tells KBKW crews made major progress building the new SR 520 corridor last year. From multiple pontoon float-outs in Aberdeen and Tacoma to nearing completion of the highway’s
OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Transportation announced it has reached agreement with its pontoon contractor for added costs associated with building pontoons for the new State Route 520 floating bridge. In late December WSDOT executed five new change