53.7 F
Aberdeen
Home KBKW News Page 1107

KBKW News

Live, local, and late breaking news featured on KBKW

It’s Zoo Life, Not Wild Life, For “Buttons” The Tame Elk

Despite Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) managers' best efforts to give "Buttons" the elk a chance at life among other...

WDFW Seeks Members for Wildlife Diversity Advisory Council

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking applicants for positions on its Wildlife Diversity Advisory Council, which provides management...

Additional public meeting planned to discuss sturgeon regulations in Washington

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has scheduled an additional public meeting in Montesano to discuss possible changes to sturgeon...

Aberdeen Mayor Proposes Closing More Property as Council Considers More Funding to Address Homelessness

The cost of homelessness will be on the minds of councilmembers and city administrators tonight as the Aberdeen City Council considers the...

Washington State Parks partners with healthcare providers to prescribe nature

Washington State Parks is proud to announce the launch of its Park Rx program, in time for National Park Rx Day on...

4.6 Magnitude Quake Felt Across Washington State Friday Morning

A 4.6 magnitude quake, initially reported as a 4.7 and followed by a 3.5 aftershock, was reported 4 miles below the surface...

Grays Harbor County No Longer Offering Classroom Training for Food Worker Cards

Due to the lack of participation and high administrative costs, the Grays Harbor County Environmental Health Division will discontinue the regularly scheduled Washington State...

Sheriff’s Office releases photo and radio-traffic from controversial shooting video

The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office and the Region 3 CIIT today provided a photograph of the suspect involved in the September...

Grays Harbor County Restaurant Inspections for August and September 2019

The Grays Harbor County Health Department has released its restaurant inspection information for the previous two months. The Grays Harbor County Environmental Health...