EVERETT — Had World War II not ended when it did, Nazi Germany likely would have sent more V-2 rockets hurtling toward potential victims.
TACOMA — A judge in Tacoma has ruled the practice of temporarily "parking" the mentally ill in hospital emergency rooms without treatment violates state and federal law.
DETROIT — Eminem's song publisher is suing Facebook and an ad agency, saying they copied music from one of the rapper's songs.
PORTLAND — Procrastinators dropped off their ballots Tuesday as Portlanders decided for the first time in more than 30 years whether to add fluoride to their drinking water.
TACOMA — The Washington State Transportation Commission approved a pair of increases Monday for the Tacoma Narrows Bridge toll.
SPOKANE — Spokane will have a four-year medical program with or without the help of the University of Washington.
Three Oregon timber counties are asking voters to raise taxes to restore deep cuts to law enforcement forced by the expiration of a longstanding federal subsidy.
PORTLAND — An Oregon State Penitentiary inmate had five years added to his prison time Monday for crimes against law enforcement while he's been in custody.
Man sentenced to 18 years in prison
The father of a 5-year-old Portland boy who died of abuse pleaded guilty Monday to manslaughter and was sentenced to 18 years in prison.
Opponent plans to retire from city's fire department
The challenger for Washougal's top elected position promises to retire from his city job this fall to avoid a conflict of interest.
Don Landes-McCullough retiring after three decades of teaching at school
LA CENTER — The halls of La Center High School are like wings of an eclectic museum, where artwork from various periods, of different styles and motifs, mingle.
District received $9,585 in excess funding due to errors
A state audit has found fault in the way Evergreen Public Schools calculated and reported compliance with the national school lunch and school breakfast programs.
After the clouds burned off on Monday skies were clear and sunny with afternoon highs reaching the 70-degree mark west of the Cascades and 80 degrees east of the mountains. So for today say goodbye to that for a while.
CEO says it will accommodate 700 workers
Ken Fisher said Monday he plans to break ground in July on a second office building, which will be able to accommodate some 700 workers on its five floors, at his Fisher Investments' campus in Camas.
The Vancouver City Council on Monday unanimously approved the creation of a local improvement district so 467 homeowners near the Columbia River can pay for railroad crossing safety upgrades for establishing quiet zones at Southeast 139th, 144th, 147th and 164th avenues.