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Northwest winter weather

Rain, snow and flooding continued to cause problems in parts of Washington and Oregon, with several major roadways closed following more than a week of severe winter weather.

Northwest winter weather

Winter weather pounded a swath of the U.S. West on Monday, closing schools, snarling traffic and turning coastal cities like Seattle that rarely get much snow unusually white, while the …

The Top Stories in Washington in 2018

The abolishment of the death penalty was voted the state’s top news story of 2018 by Associated Press staff and member editors. Here’s a brief look at some of the …

A diamond heiress is selling her Tenino estate

The most expensive personal property ever listed in Thurston, Pierce and Mason counties is for sale in Tenino, Wash.

Smoked wine

The new normal of wildfires in the summer is arecausing smoke to slip seep into wine. It’s a phenomena called “smoke taint,” and researchers are searching for a solution to …

Stevens County Sheriff’s Office controversy

Stevens County Sheriff Kendle Allen is retiring. His chief patrol deputy and a former deputy are competing in November’s election to take his place.

Washington wheat harvest

Tom Zwainz, left, and his son Joel Zwainz harvest wheat on Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018, at their farm in Reardan, Wash.

Ag series: Cherries

Washington’s farmers have made the state the nation’s top cherry producer, but their work isn’t easy. In the fields, the tempermental fruit can easily be destroyed by adverse weather; in …

Correctional Industries

Correctional Industries, a company that contracts with DOC, makes breakfast food for all of Washington’s prison system.

Washington Guard trains for combat with Strykers

Washington National Guard’s 81st Combat Brigade trains on new weapons and tactics as it converts to a Stryker unit.

Washington’s water, through the ages

Schemes to irrigate central Washington have stalled and unraveled for more than a century. New efforts are underway to divert water from the Columbia or other sources, but uncertainty remains.

Landscaping to honor the dead

As a volunteer, Tom Pelley regulary tends to Lakeview Cemetary, cleaning its gravesites and clearing overgrowth.

Flower nurseries

From ornamental flowers to native plants, $365 million industry provides products to a changing market.

Newport airport

The state and federal governments also recognize the need for a system of small airfields. It’s such an important priority that millions of dollars are spent annually to build and …

Pierce County deputy killed during chase

A Pierce County Sheriff’s deputy has died from gunshot wounds sustained while responding to a home invasion.

Derailed Amtrak train between Tacoma and Olympia

Multiple passengers were killed when an Amtrak train derailed between Tacoma and Olympia, spilling cars during the morning commute on busy Interstate 5.

Protest at WSU

Students gathered for an impassioned but orderly rally against racism at WSU’s Pullman campus Saturday evening.


Sunflowers aren’t Washington’s biggest crop, but they can draw a crowd.

Latah blues

The town of Latah is considering disincorporation, in part because no one has filed to run for city government positions that will soon be vacant.

Amtrak train derails near Steilacoom

Several people suffered minor injuries after parts of an Amtrak passenger train derailed Sunday near Steilacoom in western Washington.

Evelyn Picking 13-year-old rodeo rider

Evelyn Picking (13), comes from a long line of rodeo riders and has been riding horses since before she could walk. Evelyn trained her horse, Seahawk, all by herself and …


The people of this town take their mushroom cloud seriously. It’s emblazened on Richland High School and proudly worn by fourth-generation kids, the Bombers, who mostly know it only as …

Historical photos of the Hanford nuclear reservation

These are historical photos of the Hanford nuclear reservation in Central Washington that was part of the U.S. government’s Manhatten Project.

Seattle Police Officers Shot

Two Seattle Police officers were shot and wounded while responding to a robbery on April 20, 2017.

Stanford vs. Washington (Jan. 13)

Stanford beats No. 17 Washington, 58-56, on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011, to stay unbeaten in Maples Pavilion this season.

Election night

Photos from the 2006 Washington state primary election.