Pam Renard of Kennewick sent in this video of her dog Molly trying to get down the stairs after the nasty freeze Friday. She did make it safely back in, Renard said. Send us your video at tricityherald.com/sendphoto.
This canine had a slippery time on the ice
Deadly Federal Way racing wreck closes Pacific Highway
Rain and snow may make travel difficult
De-Escalate Washington turns in more than 350,000 signatures
Highlights from NTSB press conference on Amtrak derailment
Amtrak train was going 80 on a 30-mph track, according to NTSB
'Multiple fatalities' on derailed Amtrak train
‘Pray for (the families),’ Gov. Inslee says
'We've got cars everywhere' — Dramatic radio traffic with train crew
Authorities say multiple people were killed when an Amtrak passenger train derailed onto Interstate 5 south of Seattle. Pierce County sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said none of the fatalities were motorists who were in cars and trucks on the interstate when the train came off the tracks.
Homeless residents vacate "The Jungle" encampment underneath I-705 in downtown Tacoma on April 18, 2017. The Tacoma City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 12, extended its ban on public camping and agreed to spend $1.9 million more for a tent city in response to the city’s declared homelessness crisis.
A surveillance camera at Northwest Liberty School in Woodinville, Wash., caught footage of a cougar as the animal peered into school windows. The big cat stared down principal Bob Hagin as he worked in his office.