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The 69-year-old wanted to “circumnavigate the boarding process at the Colman Dock,” police said.
Special election ballots are due February 12.
The USS Carl Vinson brings about 3,000 crew members, will undergo maintenance at PSNS.
A deep dive into the governor’s proposal.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson threatened a citizens’ lawsuit if the Navy does not address its alleged “ongoing violations” of the Clean Water Act.
The three children were reported “missing and endangered” Tuesday.
Green paint markings, “bike boxes,” and connectivity through intersections are among the measures planned in Bremerton.
Ben Teets, a former attorney, was among those sworn in Monday.
A four-door sedan and a pickup truck collided around 6:00 a.m. Monday.
L124 was seen “bouncing around” with their family group on Friday.
Capt. Travis Zettel was relieved of his command in August.
The organization hopes to open the primary care center by summer 2020.
“As soon as we pulled him out, the car went ‘boom,” Terrance Billy said.
Officers responded Friday morning after a Port Orchard woman went into labor en route to the hospital.
The 43-year-old retired attorney was sworn in to replace councilor Tony Hillman on Thursday.
A four-door passenger car collided with a logging truck near Shelton early Wednesday morning.
A U.S. Bank branch on 6th Street was robbed Wednesday morning, police said.
The Bremerton mayor stressed values of “inclusion” and “tolerance” in a release posted online Tuesday.
The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard is hiring hundreds of civilians starting this week.
The governor announced Friday he would forgive thousands of misdemeanor marijuana offenses.