Burt of Burt's Bees has passed away
Carli Lloyd will wake up just a little more famous.
Some analysts worry about a rough day on Wall Street today due to the deepening financial crisis in Greece.
The US takes the trophy after beating Japan 5-2 in the Women's World Cup played in Vancouver, Canada.
Hundreds of people celebrated the Fourth of July as new US Citizens during the 31st annual Independence Day Naturalization Ceremony,…
This month will mark the first Anniversary of recreational pot sales in Washington State.
Bellingham-area firefighters battled three blazes over the weekend. A five acre brush fire that burned on Stewart Mountain near Lake…
A fire forced the evacuation of about 40 campers on Portage Island in Bellingham Bay Saturday night. No homes were…
Dozens of people reported being shaken out of bed during a small earthquake near the Canadian border on Sunday.
It’s currently unclear how contained the fire is, but a spokesman for DNR is expected to provide additional details later Sunday evening
Deputy Colin Bertrand used patrol car to stop runaway UPS truck
Fewer Washington students met the standard on the new tests based on the Common Core learning standards than passed the old statewide exams.
The cause of the fire atop a 130-foot tower is not yet known.
Just days after a wildfire tore through homes in central Washington, a new blaze in the hot, dry region has burned some buildings and forced about two dozen residents to flee.
The Columbia River is the warmest it has been since 1950.
Fire officials say a 12-year-old boy has been taken to a Seattle hospital after being burned by fireworks near an Auburn fireworks stand.
Authorities say a wildfire that has destroyed nearly 30 homes in the central Washington city of Wenatchee was likely human-caused.
When lawmakers race to pass budgets and bills by working into the early morning hours, advocates of open government say they are working in the dark in more ways than one.
Archaeologists are cataloging artifacts dating back to the 1700s that were found under a Seattle bridge by construction workers.
State lawmakers have approved $16 million in emergency drought relief over two years to help farmers and others struggling with water shortages.