CLARKSTON - On Wednesday, July 15, the Asotin County Fire District #1 worked with the City of Clarkston Fire Department on a house fire in the 1200 block of Elm St in Clarkston.
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OLYMPIA - A lawsuit challenging the legality of the Washington Governor Jay Inslee's emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic was thrown out in the federal Eastern District Court of Washington on Tuesday.
SEATTLE - A former Seattle resident, who most recently resided in Tacoma, has been arrested on a federal arson charge for allegedly setting fire to the outside of the Seattle Police East Precinct during the occupied protest known as ‘CHOP’, announced U.S. Attorney Brian T. Moran. 35-year-old…
OLYMPIA - At a press conference on Tuesday, July 14, Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced that the statewide pause on counties reopening will be extended another two weeks, until July 28. The announcement comes as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the state.
GARFIELD COUNTY - On Tuesday, July 14, the Garfield County Health District was notified of its second positive COVID-19 test result. The patient is an individual under the age of 50. Patient status was not made available at this time.
OLYMPIA -The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) has published a new death data report that includes different categories of COVID-19 deaths. Among those who have tested positive for COVID-19, these categories include deaths confirmed to be caused by COVID-19, deaths suspected of bei…
OLYMPIA - On Monday, July 13 Washington Governor Jay Inslee sent a letter to the Trump administration requesting an extension of federal authority and funding for Washington National Guard employment in support of COVID-19 pandemic emergency response operations through December 31, 2020.
ST. JOHN, WA - During the early morning hours of Saturday, July 11, Washington State Police and Whitman County units were dispatched to a reported single vehicle rollover crash on State Route 23, two miles north of St. John, WA.
OLYMPIA - On Friday, July 10, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) released the latest statewide Coronavirus situation report, which officials are saying shows COVID-19 transmission is still accelerating across most of the state as of the end of June.
WHITMAN COUNTY - On Friday, July 10, Whitman County Health Officials received three new positive COVID-19 test results, bringing the county total case number to 52. One of the new patients is a male aged 0-19, the second is a female aged 0-19, and the third is a male aged 20-39. All are stab…
CLARKSTON - Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are reporting that Lower Granite Lock and Dam is closing dam crossings to the public for two weeks, beginning Friday, July 10 due to COVID-19 health concerns. Dam officials will provide an update status on crossings in about 14 days.
CLARKSTON - On Thursday, July 9, at approximately 11:45am, the Asotin County Fire District #1 and Lewiston Fire Department were dispatched to a fully engulfed barn on fire on the 1300 block of Toby Lane in Clarkston.
OLYMPIA - Congress recently extended waivers that permit Washington WIC to offer remote services through September 30, 2020. WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. While the rules normally require in-person meetings, the waivers allow WIC to enroll…