OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - A gun rights rally at the Capitol in Olympia is expected to draw 2,500 people, including some with weapons.
The Department of Enterprise Services says it issued a permit to "2nd Enforcers" for the "Firearm Freedom Rally" scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon near Tivoli Fountain.
The department says organizers have worked with the Washington State Patrol to ensure that the rally is not perceived as threatening.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Surveillance footage appears to show a woman in Spokane stealing a car and a purse from a community center on Spokane's South Hill. Spokane Police are investigating the crime that happened last Thursday at the East Central Community Center, located just south of Interstate 90. The victim, Madeline Antcliff, is a junior at Gonzaga Prep High School. She has volunteered at the community center for the last two months.>>