Northwest News HEADLINES
Some Moses Lake children are receiving precautionary rabies treatment after coming into contact with several dead bats.
Washington college students say they need Congress to give them affordable student loans at a rate they can depend on, instead of a yearly debate on rising interest rates.
A woman accused of neglecting two young daughters in a car on the Tulalip Indian Reservation had a not guilty plea entered for her Thursday if federal court in Seattle.
The Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle announces the birth of a red-crown crane chick.
Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn announced Thursday the city is hiring two new park rangers to patrol Cal Anderson Park and Occidental Square.
A "strategic affiliation" between PeaceHealth, which operates Bellingham's only hospital, and UW Medicine announced Monday, May 20, has raised some concerns about secular hospitals doing business with religious health-care systems.
Traffic is snarled in the southbound lanes of Highway 395 following a six-car fender bender on the blue bridge across the Columbia River.
A new plan for export of U.S. coal through a Canadian port is arousing some opposition north of the border.
Gov. Jay Inslee and most statewide elected officials and lawmakers won't get a pay raise this year, but judges will see a salary hike under the salary schedule adopted by the Washington Citizen's Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials.
A four-vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 395 and Yelm Street backed up traffic for commuters Thursday morning.
Woman wanted for trying to use fake money at a Kennewick casino.
Hawaii is expected to keep its 22,500 active-duty soldiers, but the future of the Stryker Brigade, a team of soldiers equipped with the namesake armored vehicles, needs to be evaluated as the Army downsizes and changes its focus, according to the head of the U.S. Army of the Pacific.
A Seattle City Council committee has approved zoning for large indoor marijuana farms in some industrial areas of the city.
Eastbound and westbound lanes of Highway 240 are backed up following a one-car rollover just east of the Edison Street overpass.
News Census figures show Seattle had the 14th largest population jump among all U.S. cities between 2011 and 2012.
FOB Tacoma: Army Pacific commander hints at Stryker review, but says downsizing could have a light touch in the region
Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council approves appointments to new citizens task force on homelessness
- Oversize truck might be cause of I-5 bridge collapse into Skagit River
- State lawmakers vote 'no' on flaws, 'yes' to photo retouching
- 'Horrified' trucker watches I-5 bridge collapse
- Hawks give Puyallup's Veltung a shot at WR
- Seahawks sign WR Justin Veltung