In Montana, an estimated 200 million gallons of contaminated water a year have been leaking into the groundwater from ash ponds in the city of Colstrip.
A leading industry analyst questions whether Washington’s apple marketers are large enough to
The wine grape harvest in Washington state last year totaled 227,000 tons, down 16 percent from 2016
WSDA issues warning on brassica seed cross-pollination
Sakuma berry farm appeals fines
Firefighters had to carry fire hose along a muddy access road from the nearest fire hydrants, which slowed them down.
Ranchers who experience weak calf syndrome should conduct a forage analysis, increasing to 12 percent crude protein 60 days before calving to address weak calf syndrome, said WSU’s John Wenz.
A seed company has agreed to pay the state of Washington $20,000 for mishandling of dangerous waste at its plant in Pasco.
Washington Senate budget committee advances carbon tax
Rising train traffic is prompting BNSF Railway to make plans to install a second track from Hauser, Idaho, to the Spokane Valley
An avalanche has covered a section of rugged highway in northern Washington state, blocking traffic in both directions and preventing several dozen people from leaving the area
The Washington Association of Wheat Growers are urging President Donald Trump to re-enter the Trans-Pacific Partnership, saying the losses without being part of the trade deal would be “catastrophic.”
The U.S. Department of Interior ruled in 2016 that the river was part of its reservation.
Three Republican U.S. House members from Washington state are criticizing Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., for opposing their legislation that would prevent the breaching of four dams on the Snake River to protect endangered salmon runs