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The latest news around the Northwest! If you hear of or see any newsworthy event feel free to share it with us. HERE or call 509-888-2020


Report of two suspected wolf poaching incidents in northeast Washington

REPUBLIC - In a press release yesterday, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) said they are investigating two suspected wolf poaching incidents in northeast Washington. One case involves the killing of a female...

Central Washington University suspends State Legislator Matt Manweller

ELLENSBURG - State Legislator Matt Manweller has been placed on leave from Central Washington University. The Tacoma News Tribune reported this week that the University has opened a new investigation into complaints of sexual misconduct...

NCW Robotics Tournament

EAST WENATCHEE- Clovis Point Intermediate School was the venue for this weekend’s regional LEGO’s Robotics Tournament. The annual event pits students from around NCW in a judged competition with the winners advancing to the...

Local firefighers deploy to fight California wildfires

Firefighters from Eastern Washington are seen here driving to California where they have been deployed to help battle the epic wildfires in Southern California. Crews from Chelan County #1, Chelan Fire and Rescue Kennewick Fire,...
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Soap Lake Man Injured Building Pipe Bomb

SOAP LAKE – A 55-year-old Soap Lake man is hospitalized after being injured Friday evening by a pipe bomb he was building inside his home. Neighbors near the 100 block of Adrian Avenue Northwest in...
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Flu Season Ramps Up

East Wenatchee, WA – Influenza (flu) activity is picking up in Washington State. Public health officials suggest the best time for the flu shot is now. The latest flu surveillance report from Washington State...
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Inslee urges FCC to maintain net neutrality

Gov. Jay Inslee has sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) urging rejection of the proposal to repeal net neutrality and undermine the open foundation of the internet. “Net neutrality principles ensure large...

NCW Burn Ban Extended

WENATCHEE-Wa.-Stagnant weather conditions are expected to continue in Central and Eastern Washington, prompting the Washington Department of Ecology to expand and extend the Stage 1 burn ban.   Starting Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, the burn ban...
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State DOH considers third sex designation for birth certificates

TUMWATER- The Washington State Department of Health held a public hearing to consider the adoption of a new rule in regards to sex designation on birth certificates. The DOH filed to consider the rule...
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City of Wenatchee nets $325,000 a year from red-light cameras

WENATCHEE- Red-light cameras are becoming more and more prevalent around the country as a way to catch red-light runners and prevent accidents. Captain Edgar Reinfeld with the Wenatchee Police Department explains how the cameras work and...