U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., has introduced a bill to continue federal participation in the long journey to increase water supplies in Yakima Basin.
Mike Dodds, of Moses Lake, Wash., is the new chairman of the Washington Potato Commission. He is th
Washington State University showcases its grain and legume research July 14 in Pullman, Wash.
The legislation would authorize projects and money for the first phase of a plan developed to meet competing water needs in the Yakima Basin.
The only wolf-related legislation with a chance of passing the Washington Legislature succumbed to a disagreement among allies.
Extended periods of heat can reduce the yields of significant crops, including wheat, barley and canola.
The Washington State Department of Revenue says businesses and individuals impacted by the Sleepy Hollow Fire in Wenatchee may seek tax relief.
The first U.S. apple variety other than Red and Golden Delicious have been shipped directly to China under a new agreement.
The Washington House and Senate pass a budget, averting a partial state government shutdown and extending tax breaks for food processors.
The influx of waste from the U.S. Open should translate into more product than usual.
Winds pushed a grass fire into the north end of Wenatchee, Wash., late Sunday, June 28, burning more than two dozen homes and several tree fruit businesses and causing the evacuation of hundreds of residences.
House and Senate transportation leaders agreed on plan to raise gas tax to fund highway and rail projects.
Winds accelerated a grass fire into the north end of Wenatchee, Wash., late Sunday, June 28, burning more than a dozen homes and several tree fruit industry-related businesses and causing the evacuation of hundreds of residences.
Eight young women compete to represent Washington state's dairy industry.