United flight lands at Sea-Tac due to alert for oil filter
SEATTLE — An indication of an oil filter problem prompted the crew of a Boeing 787 flying from Denver to Tokyo to divert to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Tuesday afternoon, a United Airlines spokeswoman said.
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.
TACOMA — A clouded leopard cub born May 1 at the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma is now on public exhibit.
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.
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.
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.
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.
EVERETT — A Snohomish County corrections sergeant who pulled a co-worker's hair at the jail in September pleaded guilty Monday in Everett to misdemeanor assault.
ROME — Italy's high court on Tuesday faulted the appeals court that acquitted American student Amanda Knox of murdering her roommate, saying its ruling was full of "deficiencies, contradictions and illogical" conclusions and ordering the new appeals court to look at all the evidence to determine whether Knox helped kill the teen.
SPOKANE — A Gonzaga law student has pleaded guilty to hit and run and vehicular assault in a case in which he crashed into a bicyclist.
OLYMPIA — Washington lawmakers are projected to have $120 million more revenue than previously anticipated.
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 resigned from job at Sherwood High last month
A woman who taught at Sherwood High School is accused of having sex with two male students.