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Police investigating second inmate death

Anthony Deshon Anderson, of Bremerton, was found dead in his cell Friday.

Congressman Derek Kilmer has had enough of cable news

At the start of his fourth term representing western Washington, Kilmer sat down for a wide-ranging interview on what he called “toxicity” in the current political discourse, job growth, military spending, climate change and more.

Officials identify county jail inmate who took her own life

The Kitsap County Coroner’s office has identified the 33-year-old woman who police say took her own life recently while awaiting trial at the Kitsap County… Continue reading

UPDATE | County jail inmate dies after incident

Police say a 33-year-old Bremerton woman took her own life.

Sheriff: Investigation underway into jail incident

Police said a 33-year-old woman attempted suicide in her jail cell Tuesday night, according to dispatch records.

Kitsap Transit: Federal workers hurt by shutdown ride free through February

Those affected by the recent government shutdown will not have to pay through the end of the month, the public transit agency said.

Bremerton city council favors “equity and inclusion” measure

The resolution is a response to the hundreds of white nationalist fliers posted around the city in December and January.

Sheriff’s deputies draw weapons, make arrest after chase

A 23-year-old Bremerton man was wanted on multiple warrants.

Election officials mull late ballots

Snow contributed to 285 ballots bearing late postmarks, presenting a conundrum for vote counters and elected officials.

A car fire in Bremerton on Thursday, February 14, 2019 began after a stuck vehicle overheated. Photo credit: Andrea Facklam

Car fire destroys belongings in Bremerton

A young woman had been living out of a vehicle that caught fire outside Blueberry Park around 4:40 a.m.

A car fire in Bremerton on Thursday, February 14, 2019 began after a stuck vehicle overheated. Photo credit: Andrea Facklam

Central Kitsap schools closed, North Kitsap on two hour delay Thursday

The Central Kitsap School District canceled school on Thursday, February 14 due to dangerous road conditions, the district announced Wedesday. “We know these snow days… Continue reading

Voters greenlight school levies in special election

Measures in Central Kitsap and Bremerton are expected to raise about $25.7 million in annual revenue for local schools.

“A warm bed on a cold night”: scores flock to Bremerton emergency shelter during storm

The Salvation Army’s winter shelter saw record attendance during the heavy snow recently, Maj. Scott Ramsey said.

Photo credit: Holly Cordial

Fire overnight in Manette

Non-serious injuries reported after an apartment fire early Tuesday morning.

Photo credit: Holly Cordial

‘Travel warning’ issued for Bremerton, drivers advised to stay off roads

Mayor Greg Wheeler requests no driving “unless absolutely necessary” over the next 24 hours.

Bremerton seeks literary chief

The city is looking for a poet laureate to read poetry at special events, plan Poetry Month and take on other literary roles.

More snow? Say it ain’t so!

The National Weather Service issued another winter storm watch, with heaviest snowfall anticipated Monday into Tuesday.

Man taken to hospital after Bremerton house fire

Investigators were still trying to determine the cause of a blaze at a Naval Ave. duplex Thursday morning.

NOAA: Snowfall to begin Friday, up to 10 inches possible

The heaviest snowfall is anticipated Friday night, according to the National Weather Service.

Spencer Uber (Courtesy photo)

Lifesaving awards set for three Kitsap County residents after car fire rescue

Spencer Uber, Terrance Billy and Spc. Jordan Murray will be honored by the Central Kitsap fire department for heroic acts on Jan. 10.

Spencer Uber (Courtesy photo)