Northwest News

Time running short to comment on proposal to farm steelhead in Puget Sound

The Chronicle A controversial proposal by a beleaguered fish farming operation will…

  • Nov 17th, 2019

 

With mold persisting, Seattle Children’s hospital faces lawsuit and closes operating rooms

The Seattle Times Seattle Children’s hospital said it is closing all operating…

  • Nov 15th, 2019

 

‘I’m gonna shoot the kids:’ Puyallup teacher charged in threat

By Stacia Glenn The News Tribune A Puyallup teacher accused of threatening…

  • Nov 15th, 2019

 

Taylor Shellfish, Swinomish in midst of legal battle over shellfish permit

By Kimberly Cauvel Skagit Valley Herald A legal battle is being waged…

  • Nov 15th, 2019

Washington Senators slam USDA over unequal farm payments in bailout

By Thomas Clouse The Spokesman-Review Both U.S. senators from Washington signed an…

  • Nov 13th, 2019

New SUV rolls down Olympia boat launch, floats away, then sinks

A Volkswagen SUV was pulled out of the water at Boston Harbor…

  • Nov 13th, 2019

Judge keeps ban on internet sales of 3D-printed gun plans

By Jim Camden The Spokesman-Review Computer programs to make plastic guns with…

  • Nov 13th, 2019

Kayakers rescue pilot after a plane crashes into a King County lake

By Sara Jean Green The Seattle Times Three people who saw a…

  • Nov 12th, 2019

AG says his office can defend I-976 from legal challenges

OLYMPIA — The state attorney general’s office seems likely to defend the…

  • Nov 12th, 2019

Redhook will be fully absorbed by the brewing industry giant it originally defied

By Paul Roberts The Seattle Times Yet another regional brewer that began…

  • Nov 12th, 2019

Proponents of Chehalis Basin flood protections and fish enhancement joining forces

In December of 2007 the skies opened up above the Willapa Hills…

  • Nov 12th, 2019

Olympia gets direct hit from passage of I-976. Other governments await state impacts

By Sara Gentzler The Olympian With Initiative 976 passing in the state,…

  • Nov 11th, 2019

WSU partners with California company in hopes of receiving marijuana for research

By Kip Hill The Spokesman-Review Washington State University has made a deal…

  • Nov 11th, 2019

Washington ban on flavored vape products stands, as CDC says it found link to vaping illness

By Arielle Dreher The Spokesman-Review Flavored vape products, including flavored THC products,…

  • Nov 9th, 2019

Affirmative-action measure still trails in one of closest statewide measures in years

By Joseph O’Sullivan The Seattle Times OLYMPIA — Fortified by a fresh…

  • Nov 9th, 2019

Washington voters favoring I-976 to slash car-tab fees

By Heidi Groover The Seattle Times For the third time in two…

  • Nov 6th, 2019

State’s voters narrowly rejecting affirmative action referendum

OLYMPIA — With Referendum 88 trailing by a slim margin, Washingtonians appeared…

  • Nov 6th, 2019

Better food and health care needed at Washington state prisons, new report finds

OLYMPIA — Washington corrections officials should improve health care and food quality…

  • Nov 5th, 2019

EPA proposes eased regulations on coal-ash pollution

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday proposed to make…

  • Nov 4th, 2019
Visitors photograph Snoqualmie Falls, a 270-foot-high waterfall east of Seattle where tribal leaders announced a deal on Friday to block development of the surrounding land, considered sacred by the tribe. (Richard Read/Los Angeles Times)

Tribe saves Snoqualmie Falls land, held sacred, from development

SNOQUALMIE — For years, Native Americans who revere a towering waterfall in…

  • Nov 4th, 2019
Visitors photograph Snoqualmie Falls, a 270-foot-high waterfall east of Seattle where tribal leaders announced a deal on Friday to block development of the surrounding land, considered sacred by the tribe. (Richard Read/Los Angeles Times)