Gabe Stutman

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Good Samaritans rescue man from car fire in Silverdale

“As soon as we pulled him out, the car went ‘boom,” Terrance Billy said.

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Troopers: Healthy baby born on State Route 3

Officers responded Friday morning after a Port Orchard woman went into labor en route to the hospital.

Lori Wheat appointed to Bremerton council seat

The 43-year-old retired attorney was sworn in to replace councilor Tony Hillman on Thursday.

Two Bremerton residents killed in crash

A four-door passenger car collided with a logging truck near Shelton early Wednesday morning.

Police seeking assistance after Bremerton bank robbery

A U.S. Bank branch on 6th Street was robbed Wednesday morning, police said.

Mayor Wheeler issues ‘diversity statement’ following white nationalist postings.

The Bremerton mayor stressed values of “inclusion” and “tolerance” in a release posted online Tuesday.

Need a job? 750 entry-level shipyard positions to post on Wednesday

The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard is hiring hundreds of civilians starting this week.

Inslee to offer clemency to low-level marijuana offenders

The governor announced Friday he would forgive thousands of misdemeanor marijuana offenses.

State troopers: Traffic stop leads to meth bust in Gorst

K-9 “Max” was instrumental in the arrest on January 3.

Case against Bremerton ‘bomb’ suspect dismissed

David J. Lund was held after an explosion rocked an area near downtown Bremerton October 31.

Tossed cigarette butt leads to arrest in decades-old murder case

Marilyn Hickey was found dead in her Bremerton apartment in September 1992.

Kitsap’s first baby of the year born at Harrison Medical Center

Mom Kristin Gant gave birth at 1:48 a.m. on Jan. 1.

UPDATE: 911 service restored after CenturyLink outage

Emergency managers say the service could go out again as CenturyLink works the nationwide problem.

Bremerton police investigating downtown stabbing

Twenty-two-year-old rushed to the hospital Sunday night after an assault outside the Masonic Temple.

Three-year-old with a passion for garbage gets his Christmas wish

Desmond Kravitz of Poulsbo calls garbage collectors Matt Duerr and J.D. Riches his “best friends.”

Trooper crackdown leads to spike in DUI arrests

Kitsap leads Olympic Peninsula counties with 23 arrests in eleven days.

Huddy responds to claims of inappropriate behavior

Says “no serious misconduct” found; was “blind-sided by a political enemy.”

Full text: December 25 response letter from Bremerton Councilor Richard Huddy

Full text of letter sent from councilor Richard Huddy to the Kitsap News Group on December 25. “On December 17, 2018, after a six-week probe… Continue reading

New law to allow culling of sea lions

The Endangered Salmon Predation Prevention Act will permit as many as 900 sea lion killings per year in and around the Columbia River to protect endangered fish stocks.

For thousands in Bremerton, paying the rent takes winning a lottery

Nearly 2,500 applied for 300 spots on the waiting list for housing vouchers.