With New Years Eve just days away emergency services across the state are reminding the public to be on their best behaviour. Police say there will be more officers patrolling the streets to make sure everyone gets home safe.
Hundreds of kids from disadvantaged backgrounds could miss out on the opportunity to join the Scouts after the State Government decided to cut funding. The Government says the funding is for sporting activities, and the Scouts simply don't qualify.
Rainfall records have been smashed in the Kimberley and there's more to come with ex tropical Cyclone Hilda continuing to bring wild weather to the north. The worst is over but questions are now being asked as to whether locals had enough warning.
Tributes have flowed for an Australian pilot who was killed in a plane crash in Papua New Guinea. David Tong lived and worked in the Mid West for two years. Today his former workmates spoke out about the passionate pilot and talented musician.
A struggling horse riding group helping children with disabilities has been dealt a big blow; Two of their horses died from disease and they can't afford to replace them. But the local racing club has stepped in to help.
The state government have introduced specialised speed cameras which target the front and back of vehicles. The idea is to catch speeding motorcylists who only have number plates on the back of their bikes.
New figures show meth users are putting our emergency services under pressure with more than one hundred users admitted to hospital every week. Local support groups say there is no quick fix and are calling for specialised care to tackle the problem.
A WA father of four who lost his job earlier this year has been dealt another blow after he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. The bills are piling up but the Mid West community are rallying around to help the family stay afloat.