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Two arrested after burglary in Ocean Shores | KXRO News Radio
According to police a great deal of property, including furniture, dishes, and even cabinets had either been removed from the house or had been piled near the door to be removed later.
City of Aberdeen Hosting Meeting on Flood Insurance, Rates, and The Letter D | Newstalk KBKW
The City of Aberdeen is hosting a public forum at the Rotary Log Pavillion on flood insurance for homeowners. A flyer in the recent city bill asks if you have flood insurance, if you’re considering a policy, or if you’ve been contacted about rising rates. The meeting starts at 6 PM on Thursday, Nove
Grays Harbor murder case leads Supreme Court decision | KXRO News Radio
In a 5-4 ruling Thursday, the majority affirmed a Court of Appeals ruling in the case of Brian Bassett, who was convicted in 1996 of three charges of aggravated first-degree murder for fatally shooting his parents and drowning his 5-year-old brother in a bathtub the year before.
Fun things to do in Thurston County this week
The talented dancers ofBodyVoxare adding a hint of Hitchcock, ghosts and zombies to their work for their Halloween-inspired show“BloodyVox”at the Washington Center for Performing Arts, 512 Washington St. SE. The 7:30 p.m. show Thursday draws from cinema, folklore and common nightmares. Tickets are $
Man hit by car after walking into traffic | KXRO News Radio
A man wearing dark clothing and not paying attention walked into an Aberdeen street and was hit by a car.In a release from the Aberdeen Police Department, a Westport man suffered a lower leg fracture after being struck by a 2002 Ford Taurus.In their report, officers officers responded to the pedestr
Two Daytime Closures of SR 109 Spur in Hoquiam Scheduled October 30, 31 - GraysHarborTalk
Submitted byWashington State Department of TransportationTravelers whose Halloween plans include using the State Route 109 Spur in Hoquiam are encouraged to plan ahead for back-to-back daytime closures of the roadway later this month.The closures will allow Washington State Department of Transportat
Grays Harbor Transit Announces Upgraded Services and New Special Feature Buses - GraysHarborTalk
For thousands of residents living in and around Grays Harbor County the transit system is their main mode of transportation. Not only is the service affordable, but the transit can take riders almost everywhere that they need to go in a timely manner. To continue better serving their passengers, the
Police locate missing Aberdeen man
A man who had been missing from Aberdeen since Oct. 4 was located Thursday, the Aberdeen Police Department says.Andrew Michael Aronson, 32, was last seen asking for a ride to the Portland, Oregon area.“The Aronson family and the Aberdeen Police Department appreciate all assistance provided by our me
A burn pile in East County spread into a wildfire | KXRO News Radio
Along with Fire District 5, Elma Fire, Fire District 1, Fire District 12, and Fire District 2 all responded to assist.
Police, FBI investigating incident outside Emerald Queen Casino
TACOMA, Wash.- Authorities are at the scene of an incident in the Parking lot of Tacoma’s Emerald Queen Casino Tuesday morning.Puyallup Tribal police said the Seattle FBI was investigating.“The FBI is on scene to investigate an incident on tribal land that involved police response early this morning
Sirens: Hotel Room Broken Into, Shrimp Stolen; Person Cited after Disregarding Stop Sign, Causing Crash; Three Sought For Cigar-Stealing Scheme
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENTHotel Room Broken Into, Shrimp Stolen• At 1:31 p.m. Friday, police responded to the 1200 block of Alder Street, where a person broke into a hotel room and stole a bag of shrimp.
Two Kids, One Adult Hurt in Crash Near Mossyrock
Two children and an adult were injured when vehicles collided on U.S. Highway 12 a mile west of Mossyrock Monday afternoon.According to a Washington State Patrol press release, a 5-year-old male, a 15-year-old female and Melissa A. Deeds, 40, of Glenoma were transported to Providence Centralia Hospi
This Nest of Dangers: The fishing life before boats had motors
Several years ago, as Columbia-Pacific Heritage Museum Curator Barbara Minard and I were talking about the many losses of small fishing boats in those days before motors, she stated, with emphasis, “These boats are very important.”
State sets variable tolls for new Hwy. 99 Seattle tunnel
Not everyone will have to pay the tolls, according to commission staff. Exemptions will be in place for buses providing a public transportation service, ride-share vans such as van pools, emergency vehicles and some maintenance and response vehicles.
Bookings into Pacific County Jail
Male Juvenile Offender — Burglary second-degree, attempted burglary second-degree, theft third-degree, malicious mischief third-degree.
Washington state sets tolls for Seattle's Highway 99 tunnel
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Washington state transportation commissioners have approved toll amounts for the Highway 99 tunnel in Seattle.KOMO-TV reports the tolls approved Tuesday by the state Transportation Commission will range from $1 during slow traffic hours to $2.25 during rush-hour traffic on week
Centralia Man Involved in Pierce County I-5 Crash That Injured Four
The press release states that at 7:05 p.m., Aaron L. Shaefers, 37, of Centralia was driving a 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck southbound on 1-5 at South Tacoma Way when he reportedly struck the rear side of a 2004 Ford Taurus driven by David J. Moore, 25, of Federal Way. Moore was uninjured, howeve
Two men rescued after their boat got stuck in the mud | KXRO News Radio
They also recommend bringing supplies such as food, water, emergency blankets, and supplies to start a fire if needed.
Potential Port of Olympia tenant that wanted to export wood pellets takes its business elsewhere
The search for cargoes for the Port of Olympia marine terminal rolls on after a potential new tenant recently decided to take its business elsewhere, port officials said Monday.The name of the potential tenant was not disclosed Monday, but they did intend to export wood pellets to Japan, spokeswoman
Man linked to Lacey murder-suicide had history of domestic violence, restraining orders
“She was a great mother. She raised two great children,” said Clint Sullivan, McCarty’s next-door neighbor and landlord.