Have you ever wished you could listen to Seattle Seahawks games on FM instead of AM radio?
We are excited and proud to announce that the Seattle Seahawks game broadcasts have a new FM radio home in Tri-Cities Washington on
Tennessee passed a law that recently went into effect making it a felony to "camp" on public lands. Is it the same here in Washington? Can you be charged with a felony when camping on public grounds without consent in this state? Technically this question has nothing to do with what I would call traditional camping, and everything to do with the homeless problem we see everywhere. So how is our state dealing with this and what is allowed in the law?