SEATTLE – A campaign to set a $15 minimum wage in the city of SeaTac is poised for victory.
SALEM — Oregon must spend $16.3 million over the next six years to improve the security of driver’s licenses, or the federal government could refuse to recognize Oregon IDs for things like boarding a plane, a report to the Legislature says.
PORTLAND — The Oregon Lottery is beginning an aggressive campaign to upgrade video lottery machines and bring in more players, even as research suggests that a relatively small group of problem gamblers supply a huge portion of lottery revenue.
For the past two weeks, a frustrated Albert Franz has called the toll-free hotline for Washington Healthplanfinder’s customer-support center every other day to get help. It’s been an exercise in futility.
Approximately 360 to 370 people go into cardiac arrest annually in Clark County, and an average of 17 percent survive, Dr. Lynn Wittwer said Friday.
OLYMPIA — As lawmakers continue to work on reaching an agreement on a transportation package, a Senate panel Thursday held a public hearing on a $12.3 billion proposal that includes an 11 1/2-cent gas tax increase and puts money toward road projects across the state.
Washington farmers grew another record-breaking crop of wine grapes this year as wineries push to fill the demand created by a growing U.S. thirst.
BOISE — A trucking company hired by a subsidiary of General Electric Co. to ship massive oil refinery equipment to the tar sands project in western Canada hopes to begin moving the oversized loads along highways in eastern Oregon and southern Idaho, officials in both states say.
OLYMPIA (AP) — A food industry group that contributed heavily to defeat a measure that would have required labeling genetically engineered foods concealed millions more dollars in campaign contributions than has previously been reported, the state attorney general said Wednesday.
OLYMPIA (AP) — Washington state’s revenue outlook is holding steady as economists expect a continued trend of slow economic growth.
The rare opportunity to cultivate new wine grape vines on prime Red Mountain land near Benton City goes up for bid Saturday.
SALEM — People who want health coverage beginning in January through Oregon’s troubled insurance exchange need to act fast.
University of Washington neurosurgeon Rich Ellenbogen was on the sidelines at a Seahawks game last year when he got word that “the boss” wanted to see him.
A week after union Machinists at Boeing rejected a contract that would have guaranteed the 777X be built in Washington state, the aerospace giant has talked to at least a half-dozen states about the p
A week after union Machinists at Boeing rejected a contract that would have guaranteed the 777X be built in Washington, the aerospace giant has talked to at least a half-dozen states about the future plane.
SPOKANE — Two Spokane teenagers charged with beating a World War II veteran to death were targeted for retribution by the Aryan Brotherhood.
- Wind power must stand on its own 3 comments
- Cover Oregon may leave some uncovered on Jan. 1 1 comment
- District does nothing to stop bullying in schools 6 comments
- NBC hypocritical with its violent shows 13 comments
- Agencies in region gain salmon funding 1 comment
- Altering filibuster rules could haunt Democrats some day 13 comments