YAKIMA (AP) — Washington growers are expecting another record apple crop, saying this year’s harvest could be the largest ever.
It’s an unsettling trend: Wildfires are becoming larger and more frequent, and money to prevent and fight them continues to be scarce.
Once locally extinct, fishers are bounding all over the Olympic Peninsula.
Authorities continued Sunday looking for suspects in the deaths of two women and a man found in a cornfield in rural southeastern Benton County.
People having trouble using the insurance bought through the Washington health exchange because of billing problems can now pay their insurance company directly.
SEATTLE (AP) — People having trouble using the insurance bought through the Washington health exchange because of billing problems can now pay their insurance company directly.
KENNEWICK — A Portland man has been sentenced to 20 days in jail for abandoning a 41-foot wooden fishing boat that sank in the Columbia River near Finley and polluted the water.
BREWSTER, Wash. — Good luck in ocean conditions for the past several years is stoking a bonanza fishing season for Pacific salmon.
The International Franchise Association has asked a federal judge to immediately block portions of Seattle’s $15 minimum-wage law, which treats local franchises as large businesses.
ELLENSBURG — The Snag Canyon fire grew only slightly Wednesday, but at day’s end authorities worried that rising winds could push the fire farther east overnight.
A settlement reached by two federal agencies covering pollutants from Columbia and Snake River dams gives the Environmental Protection Agency unwarranted power, said Rep. Doc Hastings, R-Wash.
SPOKANE (AP) — Forecasters are warning of wildfire danger today in Southeastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon due to a combination of winds and low humidity.
SEATTLE — A Seattle artist who designed a line of plush pet toys called "Angry Birds" is suing the company that sold them, saying it cheated her of millions of dollars when it reached a deal with the Finnish company that makes the insanely popular video game of the same name.
Inmates at the Franklin County jail are routinely subjected to inhumane and barbaric practices, according to a lawsuit filed by a Seattle-based legal aid organization.
Proposed revisions to the Blue Mountains National Forests Land Management Plan fall short of addressing the social and economic needs of Eastern Oregon, according to Umatilla County Commissioner Larry Givens.
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