Washington Sen. Joel Kretz, of Wauconda, would like to see the state Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee hold hearings to review the handling of the Carlton Complex fire.
The Washington Beef Commission is evaluating future marketing relationships with Washington State University football as the university discontinues its annual game in Seattle. WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos, a Valleyford, Wash., cattleman, says he hopes the relationship will continue.
Longshoremen have OK's a new contract with Northwest grain handlers and will return to work Wednesda
A Quincy, Wash., vegetable processor is short 62 percent of its night crew and there are reports of picker shortages in apples and pears.
The company says it is not aware of any reported illnesses from the pasta. The problem was discovered by the Washington State Department of Agriculture.
Washington's red raspberry growers enjoyed high yields and high prices this year.
Federal authorities listed the grizzly bear as threatened in the lower 48 states in 1975 and ultimately designated five areas in Washington, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming to focus on boosting the population. A small population of grizzlies exists in...
Sections of Highway 20 and Highway 153 near Twisp that were hit Thursday night remain closed Friday morning.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is allowing Hunters, Wash., rancher Dave Dashiell and staff to kill wolves in the Huckleberry pack that approach Dashiell's flock of 1,800 sheep. Wolf attacks have continued despite nonlethal measures,...
Communities looking to reinvigorate local grain economies are meeting as part of the Grain Gathering at Washington State University's Mount Vernon Research Center.
Since last Thursday wolves have killed 16 sheep. The latest attack was Tuesday night in the area about 50 miles northwest of Spokane.
A horse in Franklin County, Wash., is the first in the state this year to be diagnosed with West Nile virus.
The Washington Farm Labor Association says it is able to get H-2A guestworker visas again to help Washington's apple and pear harvests after weeks of problems in getting visas from the U.S. State Department.
The state Department of Health says the Walla Walla County man, who is in his 20s, was likely exposed near his home and he was hospitalized.