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An outing for a Boy Scout troop turned tragic Saturday morning when a 12-year-old boy died while playing in the Olympic National Forest in Washington state.
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A powerful magnitude-7.2 earthquake shook central and southern Mexico on Friday, sending panicked people into the streets.
The Yakima River Canyon is a gorgeous place, particularly in spring, When I'm driving in east-central Washington, I always try to get off Interstate 82 and take S.R. 821 through the canyon.
April 23 marks the 450th anniversary of the birth of famed playwright William Shakespeare.
The work of landscape architecture titled ``Valley of the Hops; Land of the Tules'' features a meandering concrete pathway surrounded by flora native to Central Washington and angled poles reaching up out of the ground.
Wow! Palouse Falls is a spectacle in spring. Now the official state waterfall of Washington, the desert river puts on quite a show when snow is melting in far off Idaho mountains.
A Seattle Seahawks' "12th Man" flag, symbolizing fan support of the NFL football team, flutters in front of the state Capitol building Tuesday, Jan. 28, in Olympia.
While it's now legal for employees of Colorado and Washington tire and automotive service shops to get "high," that doesn't mean their employers can't hold them to "higher" standards.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson says legal action against the U.S. Department of Energy could begin as early as next week.
Peggy Goldman, the third woman to summit the 100 highest peaks in Washington, has advice on how to catch all the breathtaking mountain views: Learn how to scramble.
Yet even as Obama attempts to boost his effort to emphasize U.S. interest in Asia, Russian President Vladimir Putin's intervention in Ukraine is complicating efforts to reassure Asian nations – which share the region with an increasingly assertive China – that the U.S. is committed to their security.
As soon as you drive into town, it's pretty clear that Long Beach, Wash., is all about the razor clams.
As Washington state Senator Rodney Tom announced his decision to not seek re-election this week, how does his departure change the dynamic in the legislature.
Debra Heintz, an inmate at the Washington Corrections Center for Women, talks recently during an "If Project" session about prison and the things she's missing.
Washington Bikes reported that the state Department of Transportation has submitted its plans for USBR 10 to cross the northern part of the state from Anacortes to the Idaho border.
Even before the Washington State Legislature failed to pass a funding package this year, King County Executive Dow Constantine announced the county would not wait for the state when it came to transportation funding.