A total of 157 pesticide complaints were investigated by the Washington Department of Agriculture in the past fiscal year with more than half resulting in enforcement action.
More pesticide applicators were temporarily removed from work in 2013 due to overexposure to pestici
The Washington departments of Natural Resources and Fish and Wildlife have picked 20 people to help develop a management plan for the Teanaway Community Forest.
Imported apples aren't likely to be too much competition against domestic sales in the second half o
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says the number of wolves in the state has increased to at least 52 in 13 packs. At the same time, the number of livestock deaths attributed to wolves has decreased.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Washington Department of Ecology and East Columbia Basin Irrigation District have signed contracts to bring more water from the Columbia River through the East Low Canal to irrigators. The irrigation district is...
Utility officials say people have been drawn to the area, which was exposed after the reservoir was drawn down about 26 feet to relieve pressure on the Wanapum Dam.
The downgrade is the result of engineering surveys Monday and Tuesday that show the fractured area found on one of the dam’s spillways was continuing to stabilize.
Spokane grower Sean Green, the chief executive of a company called Kouchlock Productions, is due to be issued a producer-processor license at the state Liquor Control Board meeting in Olympia on Wednesday morning.
With a state Department of Health study finding no commonalities in an increase in a rare birth defect in three Washington counties, it may be statistical variance, a WSU scientist says.
The Washington State Potato Commission will give away 10,001 1-ounce bags of potato chips on National Potato Chip Day.
Washington wine grapes reached a new record tonnage in 2013. The industry keeps growing, citing good demand.
Washington State University's Women in Agriculture conference will broadcast to 27 locations March 15, including new sites in Idaho and Oregon.
Workers are evaluating a 65-foot-long crack in a Wanapum Dam spillway section for repair needs. Grant County PUD public affairs officer Chuck Allen says it's too soon to tell what the irrigation impacts will be.