Change your clocks, check your smoke alarms this weekend

OLYPMIA, Wash. - The Washington State Fire Marshal's Office is reminding people to check their smoke alarms before changing the clocks back for daylight savings. According to a press release, the office says "working smoke alarms are a key part…

Reports of an active shooter at CWU turn out to be false alarm

UPDATE: Some CWU staff have canceled their classes Thursday following last night's events. The university as a whole has decided to keep operations running on a normal schedule, but said "We understand and support the decisions of our faculty. We hope that most will keep their schedule to help restore a sense of normality."