Congress should act quickly to enact the Trans Pacific Partnership and put Washington, and the rest of the nation, in a position to benefit from international trade.
Lakeside and Seattle Prep each notched 8-3 victories in coed matches.
Puyallup, Mercer Island and Charles Wright girls teams all sweep matches Thursday.
A new personal income tax, slashed business taxes and elimination of the state property tax: State Treasurer Jim McIntire calls for a revenue overhaul to fund K-12 education.
The head of the association representing international sports federations launched a scathing attack on the International Olympic Committee, accusing the IOC of running a system that is “expired, outdated, wrong, unfair and not at all transparent.”
This marriage of purveyors of high-end coffee and very fancy pastries seems like a miniature, “third wave” equivalent of the deal Starbucks pulled off three years ago when it bought La Boulange, another well-known San Francisco baker.
The Seattle area is No. 1 for conversion to credit unions.
Alabama Shakes’ second album, “Sound & Color,” which comes out Tuesday, April 21, challenges fans to follow them in a new direction.
Seuss, “Chitty” and Sendak among the productions.
Readers thank an old friend for birthday wishes, rant about an airline employee sleeping on the job.
Golf fans looking for tickets to the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay in June may need to look in the “secondary” market. It’s a prospect that could make some queasy, given the experience of Seahawks fans who did not get Super Bowl tickets they had paid for.
From Paris to Prague, strolling and enjoying some quintessential urban byways.
King County voters are being asked to approve a levy to build an upgraded emergency-radio network to serve first responders, in a special election April 28.
UW’s Ana Mari Cauce is making the most of her interim presidency by taking on inequality and bias.
With just a week before the legislative session officially ends April 26, talks have broken down over how to bridge the gaps between Democratic and GOP budget proposals.
Did you use your phone in the car today? Deborah Hersman, the National Safety Council CEO and former chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board, estimates one-tenth of all drivers do, and one-fourth of crashes are linked to using electronic devices.
A 47-year-old Camas man was in serious condition in a hospital Sunday after he was reportedly shot by his girlfriend, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
A Bonney Lake man apparently shot his wife Friday night, wounded another woman, then killed himself, according to investigators. He was under a court order to stay away from his wife.
Nearly a third of the nation’s public schools are in rural areas. Eastern Washington’s farm country has a high concentration of such schools, which serve vital community roles beyond educating youths.
As marijuana lovers mark their unofficial national holiday Monday on April 20, or 4/20, it’s a testament to one man’s marketing powers.