Two former University of Oregon counseling center employees say they were shunned, criticized and threatened with dismissal at the UO after they blew the whistle on superiors who had seized a student's therapy records, a civil lawsuit filed this week in U.S. District Court alleges.
A new memorial honoring service members from Washington who’ve died since the terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, will be dedicated Wednesday outside Spokane’s Veterans Memorial Arena.
Maybe it sounds a little cheesy to say I loved a 114-year-old woman whom I met only twice, but it’s true.
As the grocery chain Haggen looks to shed many of its stores during bankruptcy proceedings, Albertsons has come to take its locations back.
Using everything from a customized DC-8 jetliner to ground radars to four-inch rain gauges, scientists are fanning out across one of the soggiest places in the United States this month to measure raindrops and snowflakes like never before.
Washington state health officials say they have found no source for the E. coli outbreak related to Chipotle, and the chain's Pacific Northwest restaurants could reopen later this week.
Oregon wildlife officials have voted to remove the gray wolf from the state's Endangered Species Act list.
Leaders of the two largest unions representing thousands of Boeing workers renewed calls Monday for lawmakers to pass measures that would tie the aerospace giant's tax breaks in the state to job numbers.
A Kennewick woman’s sport utility vehicle has been recovered after it was stolen while she was in labor.
Eradicated in Oregon over half a century ago, wolves are re-establishing a foothold in the state — but their fragile comeback is deepening a cultural divide over how much protection they need.
After back-to-back summers of major wildfires across the state, the head of Washington’s Department of Natural Resources is on a campaign to get an additional $24.3 million from the Legislature to help control future wildfires.
SPOKANE — In the wake of a federal court lawsuit, Hispanic candidates have for the first time been elected to the Yakima City Council.
OLYMPIA (AP) — Long-time tax foe Tim Eyman’s latest effort to limit Washington lawmakers’ ability to raise taxes appears to be headed to victory. But opponents are already promising a court challenge.
KENNEWICK (AP) — Officials say an 86-year-old Washington woman escaped from a car trunk in Oregon after she was reportedly abducted by teenagers.
A Pasco teen killed last month near the cable bridge may have been shot with his own gun as he was giving a ride to the two alleged shooters.
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