In response to the uptick in the amount of crude oil being transported by rail through inland areas of Washington and Oregon, the western states are teaming up to update oil spill response
Digging will remain closed on ocean beaches for the remainder of the razor clam season because of elevated toxin levels.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has canceled two
Governor Inslee signed a bill Monday that could put more guilty people in prison. Dan Frizzell reports DNA evidence has played a key role in U.S. court cases for almost three decades. In those
A motorcycle rear ended a car in heavy fog early Saturday morning. The Washington State Patrol reports a 56 year old Hoquiam man was riding his 1981 Kawasaki 650 on Highway 12 just after 2
Washington State Parks is taking action to ensure public safety by closing the campground and group camp at South Whidbey Island State Park for the 2015 season. The action addresses concerns
The Washington State Department of Transportation is seeking comments on its proposed plan to guide how the agency engages with partners, stakeholders, Tribes, communities and the public.
Improving the response capacity of coastal communities at risk to tsunami presents an on-going challenge. To meet this challenge all Coastal communities in cooperation with Washington State
Anyone who took part in the recreational razor clam dig from coastal beaches from Long Beach north to Kalaloch on Thursday, May 7 should destroy all razor clams harvested due to high levels
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will offer three “free days” this month and next month. Visitors will not need to display a Discover Pass for day-use visits to state