Boeing restarted deliveries of 787s on Tuesday after a four-month halt while it dealt with the smoldering batteries that had kept the planes grounded.
University of Washington College of Education Dean Tom Stritikus says being raised by Greek immigrant parents inspired him to approach learning as a powerful tool to improve lives.
Washington Charter School Commission member Cindi Williams wields a macro and micro lens when it comes to viewing public education.
Washington State University President Elson Floyd is the fourth guest in our occasional “Education Conversations” video series.
The third guest in our occasional “Education Conversations” video series is Lisa Macfarlane, Washington state director of Democrats for Education Reform.
The Seattle Times editorial board’s second “Education Conversations” video features an interview with Mary Lindquist, president of the Washington Education Association.
Highline School District Superintendent Susan Enfield shares her ideas on three topics, and explains what accounts for some of the recent gains in her multicultural district’s academic achievements.
PORTLAND (AP) — Two startup cooperatives have joined a crowded health insurance market in Oregon, offering a consumer-run experience and hoping to draw customers who prefer smaller not-for-profits, or who support underdogs and alternative, DIY culture.
OLYMPIA — Some Washington residents may see lower insurance premiums under President Barack Obama’s health care law, with proposed plans released Tuesday countering concerns expressed by the insurance industry just a year ago.
OLYMPIA — A Senate committee on Tuesday advanced a bill to make changes to the state’s impaired driving laws, including making driving under the influence a felony on the fourth conviction, rather than the current law that has it at five within 10 years.
A Seattle man trying to dribble a soccer ball 10,000 miles to Brazil in time for the 2014 World Cup died Tuesday after being hit by a pickup truck on the Oregon Coast.
NORTH BEND, Wash. — As her husband fought with an intruder in their home early Monday, a woman grabbed a knife and stabbed the stranger to death, investigators said.
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. — A military judge found Army Sgt. John Russell guilty of premeditated murder today in the 2009 killings of five fellow service members at a combat stress clinic in Iraq.
PORTLAND — John Brennan, who stripped naked last year to protest a security check at Portland’s airport, said he expects to lose the first round of his legal fight against a $1,000 fine.
SALEM (AP) — Oregon’s chief elections official wants almost everyone with a driver’s license to be automatically registered to vote.