Washington’s Fourth District congressman calls a visit to the U.S.-Mexican border “eye-opening” and says he’s now more determined to work for immigration reform.
Jay Shepherd is working to help ranchers deal with wolves from the ground up.
Firefighters worry strong winds could fan a wildfire about eight miles west of Wenatchee, Wash. Aircraft and 270 firefighters engaged with more on the way.
WDFW collars two wolves in areas with history of depredations
WDFW witholds wolf-collar data
Washington tribe objects to grazing in national forest
The first half of the Northwest cherry season is finishing very well. Growers hope for continued good weather for the second half through July and into August.
Washington Tree Farmer of the Year named
Perdue says his agency has many tools to keep farmers afloat as Trump moves forward with tariffs.
An evaluation of nuclear waste storage tanks at the Hanford site in eastern Washington state indicates more of the newest tanks could be at risk of developing leaks
Separate fires of unknown origins burned sagebrush about 20 miles and 24 hours apart near Quincy and George, Wash.
Proposals to ban plastic straws are being considered in other cities, including New York and San Francisco.
The hot, windy conditions fueling the fire and others across the West were expected to persist through the end of July.
Western Washingon drought developing