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.
Paul Allen, who also owns the Seattle Seahawks and the Portland Trail Blazers and has made significant donations to West Coast universities, has donated to the gun initiative campaign.
The Stevens County Cattlemen's Association says 14 sheep killed by a collared wolf in the Huckleberry pack could have been avoided by more information from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The beer-making equipment is part of the company’s 1-year-old, 24,000-square-foot facility called the Innovation Center, the latest chapter for an enterprise that started a century ago when Washington, D.C., merchant John I. Haas first started trading hops between the United States and...
Initiative 594, which is proposing universal background checks for gun sales and transfers, has a significant fundraising advantage over its rival. Initiative 591 would prevent Washington state from adopting background-check laws that go beyond the...
August is heavy wheat harvest in the Pacific Northwest. But there is one grower who charts a different path — growing an ancient ancestor of modern wheat.
Abbie DeMeerleer has been named the new executive director of the Washington FFA Association. A former state and national FFA officer DeMeerleer credits FFA with many opportunities she hopes to ensure are still available to students.
Forecasters issued a flash flood warning for flooding, debris flows and mudslides for areas in Chelan and Douglas counties, including Entiat, Manson and Lake Chelan State Park.
The assessment fee for spearmint oil produced in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and parts of Nevada and Utah has been decreased from 10 cents to 9 cents a pound.
Sheriff Tom Jones directed the fairgrounds to close as a precaution after the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning.
More than 300 homes have been destroyed by the wildfires, and the cost of destroyed properties in Okanogan County alone is estimated at more than $28 million.
Visas through the federal H-2A guest worker program have been delayed by State Department computer problems.
Longshoremen and grain exporters have struck a tentative deal, which has eased the mind of the Northwest grain industry.
The latest USDA supply and demand estimate projects higher production and stocks for U.S. and global wheat production. Wheat prices will stay low until more demand is found, market analysts say.