For the first time this spring, the Huskies were outside at Husky Stadium for the third spring practice. They were in shoulder pads for the first time, and in a steady rain.
Washington will face Utah in the first-round game at the Pac-12 Tournament. They split the regular-season series, both teams winning at home.
Too many prominent U.S. leaders are using extreme rhetoric when it comes to Russia’s use of force in Crimea. Syndicated columnist Trudy Rubin advises everyone to take a deep breath and gain perspective.
Prisons’ use of solitary confinement is inhumane, writes columnist David Brooks.
Gov. Jay Inslee is right to point Washington toward a workable deal with the federal government to protect access to and use of education dollars.
The benefit of Chinese people visiting the United States is more than just tourism dollars spent here, writes outgoing Ambassador Gary Locke. The benefit is also for people to see the rights and freedoms Americans enjoy.
More Republican congressional leaders are starting to talk about the need to help the poor. Syndicated columnist Paul Krugman says that’s a good sign, but they are going about it the wrong way.
Boeing’s switch to 401(k) retirement plans for nonunion employees reflects economic and political realities.
Lynnwood rallies in the second half to beat Moses Lake, 48-38, to take third place in the 4A girls basketball state tournament.
Here's video of the postgame interview with Andrew Andrews and C.J. Wilcox following Washington's 82-75 win over USC.
Two weeks ago, Sergei Aksyonov was a little-known businessman with a nickname — Goblin — left over from the days when criminal gangs flourished after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Times have changed.
Federal safety regulators received more than 260 complaints over the past 11 years about General Motors vehicles that suddenly turned off while being driven, but they repeatedly responded that there was not enough evidence of a problem to warrant an investigation.
Rebuilding has barely started in some of Japan’s hardest-hit communities, and one expert warns that the Pacific Northwest isn’t learning the lessons that would help this region recover from the next Cascadia megaquake and tsunami.
The drama in the courtroom surrounding the Oscar Pistorius trial captivates people around the world and especially South Africans, many of whom are getting a look at their own criminal justice system for the first time because, under a judge’s rare order, much of the trial is being televised.
Just two days after arriving back in Seattle, Clint Dempsey came on the field for Marco Pappa in the 57th minute and assisted the game-winning goal by forward Chad Barrett. Here's what he had to say to reporters in the locker room after the game...
Here is some team-provided video of coach Sigi Schmid's postgame interview following Sounders FC's season-opening 1-0 against Kansas City. I'll add more video interviews and quotes to this post throughout the day.
More drivers tested positive for marijuana in Washington in 2013 -- the first full year after the state legalized pot -- but officials so far say there's been no obvious, corresponding jump in car accidents.
Here’s how Washington state’s members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending March 7.
Sophomore QB Jeff Lindquist after Saturday's UW practice:
For the past decade a vibrant orange sponge has been glomming onto South Florida’s colorful coral reefs and boring inside the coral, competing with it for space. It is now seen as a threat to coral reefs, though study is continuing.