BELLINGHAM — A new study ranks Washington as one of the worst states for drivers. Sixty-seven percent of roads are considered “poor or mediocre.” Twenty-six percent of bridges in Washington are “structurally deficient.” And the estimated percentage of uninsured motorists on the road is 16.1 percent.
PORTLAND — A 10-mile stretch of the Willamette River — the iconic body of water flowing directly through one of America’s most environmentally-conscious cities — could soon be teeming with massive equipment and crews tasked with cleaning up more than a century’s-worth of hazardous contaminants from industrial use.
BURNS, Ore. (AP) — Supporters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupiers are in conflict with the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies over an impromptu memorial site for Robert “LaVoy” Finicum, the Arizona rancher killed by law enforcement during the occupation.
SEATTLE — Puget Sound marine areas, rivers and lakes closed because of protracted negotiations between tribal and state officials are now open, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife said Friday.
SEATTLE — The Justice Department’s refusal to disclose information about a software weakness it exploited during a major child pornography investigation last year is complicating some of its prosecutions arising from the bust.
Jack Graham wanted to propose to Rachael Green in front of both their families and all their friends. But he wasn't sure how he could pop the question to his girlfriend of more than two years in front of so many people without her, or anyone else, knowing it was coming.
Civil-rights activists and elected officials in Seattle expressed disappointment Thursday in the Supreme Court deadlock that halts President Obama’s immigration plan to safeguard millions from deportation.