Jul 11, 2014 - 9:05am

Tacoma, WA (KCPQ) -- A 33-year-old school teacher living in Tacoma has been arrested and could face drug dealing charges after police said they discovered he was allegedly selling heroin and other contraband during school hours.

Chrysler is recalling 895,000 SUVs for fire risk. The problem: the lights in the vanity mirrors.

The estranged wife of Ron Lee Haskell had taken out a protective order against him, well before police say he sought her out and, after failing to find her, killed four children and two adults.

The Azalea Lakes subdivision started Thursday with two groups claiming to be the board of its homeowners association. It ended the day with nobody in charge.

Traffic and parking are already a pain for those who frequently in the downtown area and its going to get much worse before it gets better thanks to a new project near the State Capitol.

The Gonzales Police Department is trying to identify two men suspected of breaking into vending machines at an area hotel.

The two suspects entered the hotel on July 1, and visited several vending machines on different floors.

They protect us every day, out on the highways and close to home. Today State Police held their annual awards ceremony.

WDSU in New Orleans is reporting that the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education announced on a conference call Thursday that they will not use Common Core testing for the 2014-2015 school year in Louisiana.

Every summer, residents along the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean coasts brace themselves for the hurricane season.