ISSAQUAH, Wash. (CNN) - It was hard to keep students focused on class when outside one fourth grade classroom window, a mama bear and three cubs walked through campus.
This video was shot at Issaquah Valley Elementary school Wednesday.
The school was put in lockdown until Fish and Wildlife officers brought in a dog to make sure the bears had already left the school grounds.
A state wildlife official says sightings like these are pretty common around Issaquah, which is just outside of Seattle.
A buffet of fruit trees, garbage cans and a creek full of salmon lure bears into town. If they become a problem, they can be trapped and moved.
Norfolk Police are investigating the cause of death for male found unconscious on the beach.
Newport News Police have arrested a man officers say drove into the wall of a car wash not once, but twice, and they're thanking WAVY for helping.
What's the most important transportation project in Hampton Roads? Lawmakers announced a new standard Monday that will help answer that question and decide where state transportation funding goes.