WASHINGTON - Washington state ranks third in the nation for having the fewest workers killed on the job in 2011.
According to a new report from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, 60 workers died while at work in Washington State in 2011.
KENNEWICK, Wash., -- The defense called their final witness Monday morning in the trial of a Richland nanny charged with aggravated manslaughter.
Kelli Jacobsen is accused of causing the injuries that led to the death of 1-year-old Ryder Morrison in June 2011.
The jury heard from an i
KENNEWICK, Wash., -- The jury heard from the prosecution's final witness Thursday morning in the trial of a Richland nanny accused of aggravated manslaughter.
Kelli Jacobsen is accused of causing the injuries that led to the death of 1-year old Ryder Morrison...
KENNEWICK, Wash., --Witness testimony continued Tuesday in the trial of a nanny accused of aggravated manslaughter.
Jury members heard from a pediatrician from Kadlec Regional Medical Center, a former Richland police officer and neighbors of the mother of 1-year-old Ryder Morrison, Tawney Johns
KENNEWICK, Wash., -- Testimony continued Monday morning in the trial of a Richland nanny accused of aggravated manslaughter.
Kelli Jacobsen is accused of causing injury to 1-year-old Ryder Morrison while she was babysitting. Ryder died of a subdural hematoma just
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RICHLAND, Wash.-- A Richland middle school is devastated by the sudden death of a student.
Students, teachers and administrators are coming together to cope with the loss Monday.
Students at Carmichael arrived at school this morning to hear the tragic news that an 8th grade boy took his own life.