Local News

Local and newscasts air throughout the day.  This list is approximate and may vary slightly.

KPBX

Sunday:
7:35am-7:40am
8:35am-8:39am
9:34am-9:39am

M,T,Th,F:
6:35am-6:40am
7:35am-7:40am
8:35am-8:40am

Wednesday:
6:35am-6:40am
8:35am-8:40am

KSFC

Monday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
4:00pm-4:06pm
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm

Tuesday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
4:04pm-4:06pm
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm

Wednesday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm

Thursday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
4:04pm-4:06pm
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm
 

 

Police are investigating the apparent murder of an inmate Sunday night at the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton.

Shallow, active earthquake faults are being discovered all over Oregon and Washington state. Collectively, these may present a higher risk than the better known offshore Cascadia subduction zone.

The Spokane City Council will consider an ordinance Monday, that would make it easier for anyone with a criminal record to be hired.

The Washington State Supreme Court has decided that it believes in second chances and rehabilitation in a case involving a former drug addict who transformed into a promising future attorney.

The high court ordered that Tarra Simmons of Bremerton, an honors law school graduate with a criminal past, can take the bar exam to become a licensed lawyer.

“I’m just overwhelmed,” Simmons said shortly after receiving news of the order. “I went to my knees crying because it’s been such a long and painful journey. “

The Oregon Senate Republican caucus chose a new leader for the first time in more than a decade Wednesday. Jackie Winters, R-Salem, won a closed-door election to lead the 13-member Senate GOP delegation.

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