NEW YORK — Starbucks has a new way to wake up its customers: showing the calories in its drinks.
Decision on where plane will be built has not been made yet
At the Paris Air Show on Tuesday, as expected, Boeing Co. launched the final and largest member of its Dreamliner jet family, the 787-10.
YAKIMA — A new report condemns Washington state for lax oversight at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site, saying state officials failed to adequately inspect the cleanup there.
Wash., Ore. officials had requested research
SEATTLE — An official with the Army Corps of Engineers told a Congressional committee Tuesday that the agency doesn’t plan a broad environmental study on exporting coal from the Western United States.
Electeds will discuss home rule, introduce potential candidates Wednesday
Two elected officials from two different parties say they will present one direction for Clark County as it prepares to undertake a home rule charter.
YAKIMA — A federal judge has ruled that a class of more than 650 farm workers should have had information about wages and other job conditions disclosed to them by the company that hired them.
Temporary span operational less than month after collapse
MOUNT VERNON — A temporary bridge over the Skagit River opens Wednesday, restoring Interstate 5 traffic less than a month after the old bridge collapsed May 23 when it was struck by a truck with an oversize load.
She reiterates the rules that must be met before the project receives federal dollars
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, issued a statement Tuesday reiterating that the Columbia River Crossing project must meet all of its funding and permitting requirements before it is eligible for federal dollars.
TACOMA — A clouded leopard cub born May 1 at the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma is now on public exhibit.
City council split on whether to sunset temporary moratorium
The Woodland City Council is split on whether to sunset a temporary moratorium on collective marijuana gardens to allow them within specifically zoned areas of the city.
PULLMAN — A group of researchers will use an unmanned aircraft small enough to be launched by hand to study potential pygmy rabbit habitats in eastern and central Idaho.
Might-have-beens fly as Clark County's pass on Class-A baseball deal becomes tangible
HILLSBORO, Ore. — When Hillsboro Hops third baseman Jordan Parr ripped a skyward blast out to left field in the second inning of the Hops' home opener, most of the sell-out crowd in attendance rose to their feet.
Suspect allegedly brandished a gun
A disgruntled Camas man who confronted a city employee with a gun Monday evening appeared today in Clark County Superior Court.
Men are also suspected of drug-trafficking
GEORGE — Two George men are in jail on suspicion of drug trafficking and running a rooster fighting operation.
He is fourth top official to announce plans to leave in past two months
Jim Dickman accepts job with Pierce County