Maybe, just maybe, winter is leaving us. Some of you are probably able to get into your yards now to start clean up. The rest of us who are still buried in snow are just going to have to putter at the edges of garden beds until the ground thaws.
WASHINGTON – Senators on Wednesday grilled the CEO of Norfolk Southern Railway about the company’s February derailment that released toxic chemicals into East Palestine, Ohio, and spurred a bipartisan effort to reform the nation’s rail safety rules.
Mar. 22—With spring coming into full swing, birds will be migrating to Washington state, occupying residents' bird feeders. One bird in particular to keep an eye out for is the hummingbird. Hummingbirds are the smallest migrating bird, according to the Seattle Audubon Center. While in flight, their wings flutter up to 80 times a second in a figure-eight motion and up to 30 mph, according to ...
Longtime Spokane activist and political organizer Paul Dillon announced Monday morning he is running to represent District 2 on the Spokane City Council. By Monday night, so too had small business owner and U.S. Air Force honorary commander Cyndi Donahue.
A judge set bail at $1 million Tuesday for a Vancouver man accused of shooting at his girlfriend's apartment and ordered he wear a GPS ankle device if he posts bail, pending new charges in the case. The victim and her 7-year-old daughter remain missing.
Rich Hadley, who for 21 years led the region's business chamber now called Greater Spokane Incorporated, died on Sunday. Hadley is credited by many Spokane leaders for his vision and partnerships that created the University District and Washington State University's Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. A former U.S. Navy air intelligence officer during the Vietnam War, Hadley also forged a strong relationship with Air Force officials, becoming one of the region’s foremost advocates for protecting Fairchild Air Force Base and boosting its future role.