SPOKANE — Officials in Washington are expressing disappointment that Fairchild Air Force base was not chosen as the first home of the Air Force's new aerial refueling tankers.
PULLMAN — Washington State University regents meeting Thursday in Pullman are expected to propose limiting a tuition increase to 2 percent for the coming school year.
SEATTLE — Police say they've taken their best shot at finding missing Utah mother Susan Powell. Now, her dad is hoping a review of the newly released case file — containing tens of thousands of pages of detective reports, maps, interview transcripts and more — might turn up something the investigators missed.
A federal judge has chastised TriMet for failing to release scores of internal emails, memos and other documents to attorneys in a lawsuit on behalf of two pedestrians struck and killed by a bus in 2010.
PORTLAND — The Portland mayor's office says the police Mounted Patrol Unit would survive this year if a private fundraising effort comes up with $200,000 in support.
OLYMPIA — College coaches are the top-paid state employees in Washington, according to a list recently released by the state Office of Financial Management.
An Oregon tourist who vanished on Oahu has been found dead.
PORTLAND — Portland residents voted to keep their city the largest in the U.S. without fluoride in the water.
Plans for a $400 million natural gas-fueled power plant at Kalama are on hold after one of the partners dropped out of the project.
Cowlitz County commissioners approved a contract Tuesday with a consultant to conduct the environmental review for a proposed coal export terminal on the Columbia River at Longview.
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.
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.