OLYMPIA -- Staffers in Washington state's financial management agency have been conducting legal and historical research to determine what would happen if lawmakers fail to pass a new budget before the start of the fiscal year.
2.5-magnitude temblor struck at 9:40 a.m.
A small earthquake rattled northeast Clark County on Saturday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There were no reports of damage.
Honesty, for so many of us, is an elusive thing.
They're more confident, enthused, thanks to high school students' project
SALEM, Ore. -- Two years ago, Laurie Shaw, who for years has worked with youths, could not have predicted what a pair of good-fitting shoes could do for a kid.
$64 million project will build new high school, elementary gym, more
The Woodland School District is ahead of schedule on the construction of a new $64 million campus.
A registered sex offender who poses a risk to re-offend has recently registered as homeless in the Vancouver area, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Living Hope Church collects 9.8 tons, enough to best 2006 Guinness World Record
Living Hope Church recently collected 19,600 pounds of pet food in seven days, a feat that -- when verified -- should smash a record held for seven years by a South African supermarket.
In Pacific Northwest fashion, a downpour welcomed the newly finished emerald house at 9717 N.E. 25th Ave. Volunteers and visitors huddled inside to admire the energy-efficient features of Evergreen Habitat for Humanity's newest addition.
Out-of-state students, many from California, will be 17% of freshman class
SEATTLE (AP) — The University of Washington says it received more freshmen applications than ever before, and even though the university plans to enroll 150 more Washington students this fall, it was still more difficult to get into UW this year compared to last.
A story in The New York Times this week sheds more light on the death of Danielle Willard, a 21-year-old Vancouver woman who was shot and killed by police in Utah on Nov. 2.
The collapse of an interstate highway bridge in Washington state brings new attention to the limits of the country's infrastructure, especially older structures that were designed with little room for error and were never intended to carry the number of cars and trucks they see today.
While the collapse of a four-lane Interstate 5 bridge into the Skagit River on Thursday fanned the flames on the debate over the Columbia River Crossing, it doesn’t appear to have changed opponents’ minds.
Lawmakers consider such measures as temporary income tax
SALEM, Ore. -- The Oregon Legislature is taking a hard look at intervening in the state's timber counties that are running out of money.
A two-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 north of Castle Rock sent one person to an area hospital with critical injuries, according to Washington State Patrol Trooper Will Finn.
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — Police have arrested four people in raids on medical marijuana dispensaries in Southern Oregon.