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2 hrs ago | KFBB
Carlton Complex Fire threatens homes and businesses as 40-50 structures have burned to the ground forcing evacuations in Pateros.
6 hrs ago | KOMO News
A new wildfire in north-central Washington is threatening homes and has closed part of Highway 20 between Twisp and Winthrop.
7 hrs ago | Tri-cityherald.com
It would have expired at noon Aug. 1. Some case by case exceptions have been granted by the state, including agricultural burning permits in Franklin County.
11 hrs ago | Kirkland Reporter
Washington has more to offer than just breathtaking views. CreditDonkey.com announced the results of a new study that identifies the 10 best cities to live in Washington and Kirkland was ranked No.
13 hrs ago | Times-Standard
State and federal wildlife agents are trying to trap the otter that attacked a boy and his grandmother as they were swimming in the Pilchuck River about 30 miles northeast of Seattle.
14 hrs ago | Washington Blade
A groundbreaking drug assistance program by the Washington State Department of Health will help pay for an expensive daily pill that could reduce the chance of HIV infection, the Buzzfeed site reports.
17 hrs ago | KXLY-TV Spokane
Capt. George Capacci, says that will be made possible by the return of the ferry Wenatchee, which has been in drydock in Vancouver, British Columbia.
President Barack Obama, whose election in 2008 as the first black American president sparked huge expectations in Africa, will at last hold a summit next week for the continent's leaders.
Fifteen Washington high school seniors will participate in the 57th annual Distinguished Young Women Washington scholarship program at 7 p.m. Saturday.
After canceling a vote on funding to address the border crisis because not enough House Republicans supported it, GOP members were scrambling for a new solution so they don't go home to face constituents with nothing.
More than $161,000 in independent ads or phone calls have now flooded into the 35th Legislative District on behalf of state Sen. Tim Sheldon, most of it in the past week as Tuesday's primary election approaches.
The ongoing dispute between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the operators of several Northwest grain terminals has been overshadowed by other port labor issues, including the union's feud with ICTSI Oregon Inc. at the Port of Portland and negotiations for a new contract with the Pacific Maritime Association.
A soldier based at a Yakima training center has been federally charged with one count of possessing child pornography after a cache of sexually explicit photographs of young girls were discovered on his barracks computer.
Meanwhile, the ESPN Blog included a ton of Huskies in the top-25 Pac-12 players countdown.
After many weeks of suspense, the title in the Estes Valley Library's fourth annual One Book One Valley project has been announced.
Officials are thankful for the gifts, but they're now pleading with the public to stop donating goods and asking them to donate money instead.
His paintings made news worldwide, but it turns out that former President George W. Bush has been working on another, highly personal project since leaving the White House: He has quietly completed a biography of his father, former President George H.W. Bush.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 09:49 pm
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