The most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian in history is taking on a new athletic challenge: an Ironman triathlon. Ohno plans to compete at the world championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, in October.
Here is the latest fishing report from Dave Graybill, longtime Eastern Washington outdoor radio host and angler:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is insisting she isn't running for president in 2016.
Attorney Mark Prothero, a well-regarded defense attorney who represented serial killer Gary L. Ridgway, has died.
Sales of existing U.S. homes slipped in March to their lowest level since July 2012 as rising prices and a tight supply of available homes discouraged many would-be buyers.
A funeral home worker's failure to immediately attach ID bracelets to the bodies of two men who died at the same hospice caused the mix-up that led to one man's body ending up in a casket at the other man's funeral, a Washington state agency said Monday.
The state reported a 5 percent farm labor shortage for March in Washington.
Yeah, but how much will it cost? Now that repairing the stalled tunnel digger Bertha will delay the project for about 16 months in all, don't you want to know what that's going to cost us? No one has the answer to that yet, of course. Just remember that public gasoline taxes fund the work.
Synidcated columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. asked the rhetorical question, "What would it look like if race played no role in the treatment of president Obama?" ["Race and Obama news coverage," Opinion, April 20].
The Supreme Court is taking up a dispute between broadcasters and an Internet startup company that has the potential to bring big changes to the television industry.
A new national report by the Lumina Foundation shows Washington's college-attainment rate is better than the national average.
Unfinished business. Defiance. Hope, strength and resilience. They used different words but the meaning was the same for thousands of people who were stopped by twin bombings at last year's Boston Marathon and came back this year to finish what they started.
Regarding Amy Martinez's article "$15 wage — and tips, too?" (Page One, April 21), the elephant in the room needs to be addressed:
This is the fifth installment The "Full 80" prep boys soccer blog for the spring of 2014. Here's a look at Skyline’s quick rebuild after losing eight starters, marquee matches and rankings.
Vice President Joe Biden told Ukrainian political leaders Tuesday that the United States stands with them against "humiliating threats" and encouraged them to root out corruption as they rebuild their government.
When Utah's new federal courthouse opened last week, it came with security improvements that are becoming standard around the country: separate entrances and elevators for judges, defendants and the public; bullet-resistant glass and paneling; and vehicle barricades to keep car bombs at bay.
After the 9/11 attacks, tens of thousands of young men and women joined the military, heading for the rugged mountains of Afghanistan and dusty deserts of Iraq.
Swan Lockett had high hopes that President Barack Obama's health overhaul would lead her family to an affordable insurance plan, but that hasn't happened.