Just four months ago, Walker began his eighth season on the PGA Tour with no wins in 187 attempts. With a little more drama than he wanted Sunday in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, he held on for his third victory in his last eight tournaments.
Joshua Winquist scored a pair of goals, leading the Everett Silvertips to a 3-2 victory over the visiting Spokane Chiefs on Sunday afternoon in a Western Hockey League game.
Questions about Sarah Hendrickson's right knee supposedly were answered a few weeks ago when it was confirmed she'd compete at the Sochi Games in the first women's ski jumping competition at the Olympics.
Here's video of the postgame interview with Nigel Williams-Goss, who scored a team-high 15 points in Washington's 91-65 loss at Colorado.
Here's video of the postgame interview with C.J. Wilcox, who was held to a season-low eight points in Washington's 91-65 loss at Colorado.
Bode Miller finishes a disappointing eighth in men’s downhill, citing changing weather conditions.
Huskies lose another road Pac-12 contest, and the 26-point drubbing is their worst of the season.
Washington state’s new health-insurance marketplace will have to run on less money next year, after using federal grants for startup costs.
After a second straight loss at Utah, the Huskies look to get back to winning ways with a win on the road against Colorado? Percy Allen will starts our GameCenter by previewing the game at 4:30 before tip at 5.
State law requires owners of abandoned or derelict vessels to pay to remove or dispose of them, but since the state began a program to rid state waters of potentially dangerous vessels in 2003, vessel owners have repaid only about $28,000 of the total $8.3 million owed.
More snow than we've seen in a long time hit the Seattle area overnight, making fun for some, but some dicey driving for others.
Robert Nelson, who rose through the ranks of Seattle Public Schools to serve briefly as superintendent, led the district through a teachers strike in the mid-1980s.
The Legislature is finally working to eliminate a sprawling waiting list for developmental disability services.
Strong, bipartisan legislation to protect Washington children from toxic flame retardants passed the House. The Senate needs to step up.
You might think that given Washington’s wealth of STEM employers, we would be doing better than the rest of the country — but you’d be wrong, writes guest columnist Robin Lake.
Syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker writes that President Obama didn’t do enough to highlight the erosion of religious liberty in the U.S. in the recent National Prayer Breakfast.
Although many companies remain wary of associating with the health law while it remains a political lightning rod, the Affordable Care Act is increasingly entering the mainstream as major corporations, sports teams and others integrate it into their business.