(OLYMPIA, WA) -- Because small water systems in Washington State are more likely than large ones to fail, the state Department of Health is recommending a series of changes aimed at preventing small systems from coming up short.
(ORANGE COUNTY, CA) -- An Orange County California County lawmaker who inadvertently broadcast explicit remarks about his extra marital sexual life over an open microphone abruptly resigned from office Wednesday after legislative leaders stripped him of his committee posts and launched an ethics probe of his actions.
(NATIONAL) -- Astronomers on Wednesday unveiled new pictures and observations from the Hubble Space Telescope. With the exception of one picture last month they were the first data obtained with the telescope since a crew spent 13 days in orbit last May replacing, refurbishing and rebuilding vital components of the telescope.
(SEATTLE, WA) -- A 16-year-old girl who ordered her pit bull to maul two women in SeaTac earlier this summer pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of second-degree assault, one count of third-degree assault and one count of being a minor in possession of alcohol.
(SULTAN, WA) -- Snohomish County animal control officers and Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies served a search warrant Wednesday at a horse farm on Trout Farm Road just outside the city limits of Sultan and hauled away a herd of horses.