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Police share photo of explosive found near Bremerton elementary school

The device appears to be a “homemade firework,” a security expert said.

End of whale watching? Orca task force wants temporary ban

Measures will require “significant investment” from the state and regional partners, report says.

NRA sues state of Washington, Attorney General

Lawsuit claims new gun measure is unconstitutional.

Neighbors gather in Bremerton to discuss spike in petty crime

“I understand your complaints,” BPD officer Capt. Randy Plumb said. “I’ve received a lot of them.”

Bremerton man charged with armed burglary

The homeowner chased the suspect after he fled, according to police.

As winter nears, Salvation Army braces for increasing need

The emergency winter shelter in Bremerton has seen attendance grow steadily over the last four years.

VIDEO | Trash fire burns behind strip mall on Silverdale Way

Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue responded Friday morning.

Man sentenced to 10 years in prison following attempted car jacking in Bremerton

Da’Shawn Jackson pleaded guilty to robbery and kidnapping after trying to steal a truck on March 7. Police said a two-year-old was inside.

74 votes separate District 26 candidates; recount likely

First-time candidate Emily Randall and businessman Marty McClendon are separated by fewer than 100 votes as of Wednesday.

Kitsap firefighters end 24-hour shift, will stay in California for weeks

“They finished this morning,” spokesperson Michele Laboda said. “Now they’re resting.”

Poulsbo piggies make the morning commute

Runaway hogs spotted on Stottlemeyer Road, reunited with owners.

Daugs out as Habitat for Humanity director

Daryl Daugs, the husband of Bremerton city councilor Leslie Daugs, led the local housing nonprofit for six years.

Firefighters descend on city hall in support of ousted chief

David Schmitt was fired without cause by Mayor Wheeler on October 24.

UPDATE | Boyfriend charged with manslaughter in accidental death

Police say 22-year-old Joseph A. Armas was unloading a hunting rifle when it went off.

Incumbents take leads in District 35

Republicans, centrist Democrat appear to hold off progressive challengers with vote counting to resume Wednesday.

Boat fire injures one in Seabeck

Vessel owner transported to Harrison Medical Center with injuries.

Was your ballot envelope already sealed? You’re not alone

Dozens report obstacle to submitting ballots.

Washington police launch rape kit tracking site

State likely has backlog of 10,000 untested kits.

UPDATE | Alleged bank robber makes off with cash from KeyBank

Police were still searching for the suspect on Wednesday.

After audit, Housing Kitsap makes cutbacks

Major layoffs reported at the affordable housing agency.