By News StaffPublished: Nov 24, 2014 at 12:20 PM PSTLast Updated: Nov 24, 2014 at 12:20 PM PST
A man tricked his wife into drinking tea made from psychedelic mushrooms, beat her up and threw her against a wood stove, and hung up the phone when she tried to call 911, the Coos County Sheriff's Office said.
Robert Davis, 51, faces charges of Assault IV Domestic, Causing Another Person to Ingest a Controlled Substance, and Interference with Making a Report, the sheriff's office said.
Deputies responed to a home on Fishtrap Road in response to a possible distrubance Friday evening just after 6.
Value Village is celebrating their 60th anniversary with a one day event, two fashion shows, and an Eco Fashion Week partnership. The two businesses have worked together before, but the two shows in Pioneer Square last night were their first in the U.S.
Do you watch Treehouse Masters on Animal Planet? The show is hosted by Fall City WA's own Pete Nelson, who travels the county building tree-houses for people. An upcoming episode takes him within his own state, were a local Woodinville couple wanted a treehouse that resembled a honeycomb.
Who knew that over the hill and through the woods, there was a 'concept house' in Seward Park built for the future? This Jet City Original by Ken Koehler AIA resembles a stationed rocket ship, and was designed for display at the 1963 Home Show in the Seattle Coliseum.
An intervention that uses music and games to help preschoolers learn self-regulation skills is helping prepare at-risk children for kindergarten, a new study from Oregon State University shows.
Self-regulation skills – the skills that help children pay attention, follow directions, stay on task and persist through difficulty – are critical to a child’s success in kindergarten and beyond, said OSU’s Megan McClelland, a nationally recognized expert in child development and a co-author of the new study.
At a rally in Las Vegas, President Obama made the moral argument for him ordering that 3 million to 5 million immigrants can stay in America without documents.
"They're forced to either live in the shadows or risk having their families torn apart," Obama said. "We've known about this for years and we've known we can do better, and for years we haven't done much about it. Well today we're doing something about it."