Northwest newspaper organizations fight tariffs levied to help Longview paper mill.
In the continued search for sources of renewable energy, crews will soon drill deep into the ground near some of the state’s volcanoes.
An alternative approach could give officials more flexibility in dealing with grizzly bears if they are reintroduced to the North Cascades.
It seems that making driveways and roads is a way to see the Yakima Valley’s pre-history. When Bronwyn and Douglas Mayo were having a private road put on their property north of Selah, they made a mammoth discovery.
An immigration judge says a Honduran woman who was separated from her 8-year-old son when she entered the United States must remain in custody, prolonging her reunification wait.
Authorities say a 20-year-old Washington state man was killed over the weekend when he fell off a historic fire lookout near Mount Baker.
The University of Washington will welcome the largest freshman class in the university’s history on two of its three campuses, driven in large part by a
Dollar for dollar, the beleaguered movement to bring charter schools to Washington state has had no bigger champion
Steven Woolfolk said he thinks there are more than 30,000 books in his house, and that total doesn’t include his three storage rooms and another facility.
A recent state report shows a 10 percent homeless rate among Native American youths in the county. That’s nearly triple the state average of 3.7 percent and greater than any other ethnic group in the county.
Washington state is home to 13,000 people that have declared Croatian ancestry. Most will be in front of their TVs on Sunday morning as the Croatian national team plays France in the World Cup final.
Six-year-old Jelsin Aguilar Padilla flew from New York City Saturday to be reunited with his mother after they were separated shortly after they crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.
Since 2003, food production within Washington’s Department of Corrections has shifted towards larger, industrial-scale operations. But while the move has generated cost savings, some inmates and their advocates also see a decline in quality and a loss of skills.
Programs designed to protect children ushered six siblings to their deaths — and no one has been held accountable since their adoptive mother drove them off a cliff.
For decades, a boulder perched above Interstate 5 about four miles south of the city has served as the community’s billboard – a public spot on the side of the road to paint messages of celebration, love and loss.
A tip from a Kitsap County Jail inmate has led to the arrest of a suspect in a South Kitsap fatal hit-and-run in 2015.
Franklin County has joined a list of government agencies throughout the country filing lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors for creating what they describe as “the worst man-made epidemic in modern medical history.”
A 24-year-old Honduras woman seeking asylum in the United States and her 6-year-old son were reunited at a Seattle airport Saturday, two months after they were separated by U.S. immigration authorities.
A dozen current or former Hanford fire captains or platoon sergeants are suing their employer over pay.
Authorities say five children were pulled from the water near Seattle’s Discovery Park and taken to a hospital.
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