Legislation to reopen Washington's wolf recovery plan has won approval from House Appropriations Committee.
The snow level in the moountains will be around 3,000 feet, forecasters say.
Fresh apples are the state’s top crop, and packers typically export about 30 percent of their harvest. About half those exports are shipped by sea.
Farms groups are proposing education rather than regulation as the way to manage manure.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has lifted quarantines established after bird flu was found in two places in Okanogan County.
Washington cider producers want to break away from winemakers to conduct their own marketing campaign.
The Washington Department of Ecology hopes to give cattlemen a clearer idea of what regulators look for when searching for potential water pollution.
A Washington Research Council report says raises in minimum wages hinder more than help state economies and workers.
Washington State University researchers have been given new grants to look at qualities of cider apples and effects of biodegradable mulches on fruit in separate studies.
There's no shorage of legal advice in the pay dispute between Sakuma Brothers Farms and piece-rate workers.
The federal REAL ID law, passed in 2005, requires proof of U.S. citizenship or proof of lawful status in the U.S. in order for a license to be valid for federal use.
Washington lawmakers are six weeks into a 15-week session, and bills are thrlving, dying and barely hanging on.
Joe Bippert manages the Washington State Department of Agriculture's international marketing program, helping companies do business overseas.
Tentative contract deal reached.