President Barack Obama is practically weepy at the thought of his daughter Malia going off to college, a milestone many months away that is already on his mind.
Coal from Appalachia rumbles into this port city, 150 railroad cars at a time, bound for the belly of the massive cargo ship Prime Lily. The ship soon sets sail for South America, its 80,000 tons of coal destined for power plants and factories, an export of American energy -- and pollution.
No matter how this season unfolds, Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald insisted there is no more unified team than his Wildcats. For that, he credits a push for players to unionize.
Penny Toler, the Los Angeles Sparks’ general manager, took over as coach after firing Carol Ross. She’s 1-2 on the bench, including a victory over the Storm.
A federal investigation of an Eastside anesthesiologist turned up a large-scale Asian prostitution ring operating out of Bellevue; federal prosecutors sue for forfeiture of what it says are ill-gotten funds.
The groups say that too many other animals — birds and foxes, as well as dogs and cats — have died after eating rats that had eaten poisons.
After a speedy six-week courtship, the two companies — who have competed in the online real-estate listings market they helped create — are set to combine forces.
DeShawn Shead, in his third year out of Portland State, is learning the free safety role with Seattle right now
It took more than a month, but the premier of British Columbia in Canada has finally answered a letter from Washington’s congressional delegation about the million gallons of raw sewage the city of Victoria flushes every hour into the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Some good stuff on the Marshawn Lynch holdout today on KJR-AM from former player agent agent Joel Corry, who now writes for CBSSports.com, among other titles.
Fall camp begins for the Huskies on Aug. 4, and as we countdown to the start of Chris Petersen’s first season at Washington, we’ll preview each position on Monday, Wednesday and Friday leading up to the start of camp. (Note: Apologies for the delay on this over the weekend. We’ll b
Local governments are all aggressively competing with each other for jail contracts, writes guest columnist Randy Weaver.
Work on a repair-access pit being built next to stranded tunnel machine Bertha is likely to take as much as a month longer than planned because it's taking longer to chisel and grind through portions of the concrete columns that form the walls of the pit, the project director said Monday.
Seafair-bound Blue Angels soared through Seattle's skies this afternoon.
The owner of a Washington state manufacturing company has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges, the fourth person to admit to a role in a bribery and kickback scheme involving military aircraft parts sold to The Boeing Company.
After more than 33 years on morning drive-time radio, KJR-FM’s Bob Rivers is stepping away from the mike.
The visits, from a government agency that enforces business regulations, suggested that Microsoft might be the latest multinational company to find itself in the cross hairs of Chinese authorities.
The company’s challenge is to figure out how to jump-start advertising without changing the nature of the service and alienating its constituency of 114 million monthly users.
The issues, some involving replacement of fuselage skins by an Everett contractor, were resolved years ago and don’t affect its current planes, the airline responded.