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A Wenatchee woman suffered bite wounds to an arm and other parts of her body in an attack by a pit bull dog in her home. Comment?
Sheriff's deputies in north-central Washington's Okanogan County have removed eight horses from a field after determining the animals were not being fed. Comment?
Deanna Kirkpatrick spends 80 percent of her days in bed or in a recliner. She walks short distances with a cane. Comment?
HERE'S a riddle: What do the Oklahoma dust bowl, smoke in Wenatchee, mold on Long Island and Washington's oyster industry have in common? Ken Burns's PBS documentary, "The Dust Bowl," recounts how reckless land management, combined with severe heat waves and drought during the 1930s, triggered a catastrophe - loss of soil, destruction of farms, ... (more) Comment?
Washington Fish and Wildlife scientists are encouraged after a survey of pygmy rabbits at the Sagebrush Flat Wildlife Area near Ephrata. Comment?
The 6 foot 1 inch Munoz, from Monroe, originally committed to Brigham Young out of high school but then decided to attend UW. Comment?
One of the events that I look forward to every winter is the Annual Game Feed and Banquet held by the Wenatchee Sportsmen's Association. Comment?
An alert security guard at Wenatchee Valley College helped stop an attempted kidnapping of an 11-year-old girl over the weekend. Comment?
An 83-year-old woman who fell into a backyard well on Christmas Eve is resting at a Wenatchee hospital in satisfactory condition. Comment?
State transportation officials say U.S. Highway 2 could remain closed between Leavenworth and Stevens Pass until a significant weather change. Comment?
An 83-year-old woman fell into a backyard well in rural north-central Washington, spending about 20 minutes in cold water before she was rescued. Comment?
Hundreds of people in the Lake Wenatchee area are still without power because of falling trees, winds and heavy snow. Comment?
Two Bothell residents were killed on Highway 2 Friday after a tree fell on their vehicle about 21 miles west of Leavenworth near Stevens Pass, according to the State Patrol. Comment?
The Washington State Patrol says a falling tree on U.S. Highway 2 has hit an SUV, killing two of the six people inside. Comment?
Forecasters say the latest storm moving across Washington will leave up to 2 feet of new snow in the Cascades by Thursday morning. Comment?
Utility officials say it could be another 24 hours before the power comes back on for 3,200 customers living in the Lake Wenatchee, Plain and Coles Corner areas of Chelan County. Comment?
Patients in Wenatchee are three times more likely to have their arthritic knees replaced than are similar patients in Honolulu, while men in Bellevue are much less likely than those in Thousand Oaks, Calif., to undergo a surgical procedure for benign prostate disease, new data released this week show. Comment?
The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation will stick with a plan to spend half of a $193 million settlement on tribal programs, rather than distribute it to tribal members to spend as they please, the Colville Business Council announced Monday. Comment?
We've had a lot of wet but actually pretty mild weather in the region. Anglers that like to chase steelhead have had good conditions for it. Comment?
The Wenatchee World reports the Chelan-Douglas Health District issued a news release about the disease Friday. Comment?