(Moses Lake, WA) -- The Grant County Sheriff's Office is reporting the death of a Moses Lake woman who passed away after falling into an irrigation canal three miles east of Royal City. Authorities say this happened Sunday afternoon around 12:45 when the woman, identified as 46-year-old Brigetta Delgado, was trying to rescue a dog that had fallen into the canal off Dodson Road SW near Road 12 SW.
A previous version of this story incorrectly reported Charles Steinberg died of COVID-19 complications
Prominent Wenatchee attorney Charles Steinberg is dead from a heart attack, not from COVID-19 complications as had previously been thought
UPDATE: Okanogan County Sheriff Tony Hawley identified the deceased as David Pulich, and the woman in custody was his wife Celine.
She was charged with 1st Degree Manslaughter.
The original story is below:
A man's dead and and a woman's in custody after a report of a gunshot or stabbing in a rural area north of Chelan in Okanogan County
The Washington Department of Health says almost all health issues from COVID-19 this year are tied to people who lack full vaccination.
The department's released now data showing that between February and June, 94 percent of cases, hospitalizations and deaths occurred in people who were not fully vaccinated
A 27-year-old Ephrata man, David Blackman, died Saturday after getting into a fight at a birthday party Friday night.
Grant County Sheriff's Spokesman Kyle Foreman says they were called to a home on the 1100 block of State Route 28 West where they found Blackman unconscious receiving CPR from partygoers