No serial number, no registration and fully legal “Ghost Guns”

Officials across the country are sounding the alarm on a ‘loophole’ that allows you to obtain firearms free of regulation.  They’re called “ghost guns’, unserialized and unregistered and its 100% legal. Ghost Guns is a California company that is one of several online businesses that allow you to purchase gun…


Training Day near schools is only a drill

Grant County and local law enforcement officers and emergency responders will conduct a training exercise at the Columbia Basin Job Corps campus in Moses Lake on Wednesday, April 25th Officials are alerting nearby schools and people that may see the activity to not be alarmed.   Kyle Foreman with Grant County…


Grand Coulee Pair Arrested After Four-Month Investigation

A four-month investigation resulted in the arrest of two Grand Coulee residents this [Friday] morning. Grant County Sheriffs Deputy Kyle Foreman says multiple agencies served the warrant. 36-year-old Michael Capshaw was arrested on drug charges. Officers also arrested 38-year-old Angelette Obendorf on an unrelated warrant. A search found meth, heroin,…


Father and Sons Arrested in Bridgeport

From a press release: In December of 2017 there was a burglary in Okanogan County in which the criminals stole guns, ammunition, and miscellaneous shooting equipment. Douglas County deputies, following up on tips and evidence gained from multiple search warrants, learned that the stolen property was being concealed at a…


Spokane Teacher Named National Teacher of the Year

“Public schools aren’t failing. We are being successful, and we are changing lives.” This is what Spokane educator Mandy Manning said as she accepted her title as Washington state’s Teacher of the Year this past fall. This morning, Manning was introduced to the nation as the 66th National Teacher of…


Microsoft Donates to Big Bend Community College

Computer equipment valued at $60,000 has just arrived at Big Bend Community College, thanks to a recent donation by Microsoft. Microsoft’s Datacenter Community Development team donated laptops, servers and other related fixtures to the college’s Computer Science program, which will be used to support students working towards a Systems Administration-…


Leavenworth Parking Study Public Meeting May 2nd

The city of Leavenworth will hold a public meeting Wednesday May 2nd to reveal the results of a parking study. City Adminstrator Joel Walinski says there will be a presentation at 6 in the Festhalle on the current situation so they can get public feedback. Walinski said this study has…


Wild Win BCHL Championship on Home Ice

In front of a crowd of 3,845 at the Town Toyota Center, the Wenatchee Wild defeated the Prince George Spruce Kings 3-0 to win the Fred Page Cup and BCHL Championship for the first time in team history. Wenatchee won the series 4-1. The Wild offense harassed Prince George goalie…


McKittrick Street Improvements to impact travel

A Wenatchee street improvement project will impact travel on McKittrick Street starting Monday.  Local traffic will be restricted to eastbound travel only between Wenatchee Avenue and Pine Street.  Vehicles will not be permitted to turn onto McKittrick from Wenatchee Avenue.   Working hours will generally be Monday through Thursday, from 7:00…


Ribbon cutting for New Regional Transportation Headquarters

The Washington State Department of Transportation is ready to cut the ribbon on it’s new regional headquarters building in Wenatchee. Local residents are invited to join Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz for a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Washington State Department of Transportation on Monday, April 23.  The event, scheduled from…