A former Maine resident who bashed his wife on the head with a rock and pushed her off an 800-foot cliff will serve 10 years in prison under a sentenced imposed Thursday.
A drone owned by German logistics company DHL is expected to take off and ferry medicine to Juist, a sparsely populated island off the northwestern coast of Germany, on Friday.
The FAA permits come with limitations, including that the unmanned aircraft be used only in a restricted area and that they be flown under 400 feet in altitude and within the line of sight of an operator who holds a private pilot’s license.
Seattle police are investigating whether a series of armed robberies, including two carjackings, may have been committed by the same people.
The Ebola epidemic is a classic case where early action could have saved lives and money, writes syndicated columnist Nicholas Kristof.
The Seattle City Council has banned the municipal use of a class of pesticides that has been linked to bee deaths.
Island near Juneau offers rich bear-watching for paddlers.
The Earshot Jazz Festival will be upon us shortly, but you might consider taking in the Eastside Jazz Club "Extravaganza" Saturday as an appetizer to the main course. The intrepid club presents regional jazz artists every month, striving to keep jazz alive at the other end of Highway 520, and puts i
There's been much talk lately about the casting of Season 2 of HBO's "True Detectives," with Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn confirmed and Rachel McAdams in talks to star. They'll play a trio of police officers who are, from what I can tell, not particularly connected to those played by Woody Harrels
Orders for long-lasting manufactured goods slumped in August as demand for commercial aircraft descended from record highs, but investment plans by businesses posted promising gains.
In early versions of a story Sept. 25 about an alleged plot to attack subway systems in Paris and the United States, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Iraqi prime minister said "Yes," when asked whether an attack was imminent. The prime minister actually said, "I'm not sure."
For the first time since the Unites States and five Arab countries started bombing positions of the Islamic State group in Syria, oil installations under control of the militants were targeted overnight and early on Thursday. Here is a look at the oil in the hands if the Islamic State group, which has overrun several large oil fields in Syria and a smaller one in Iraq.
As if on cue, the rain let up, a rainbow came out and Derek Jeter began his final home game with another big hit.
Whitman College in Walla Walla is establishing a computer science program, and a computer science chair, thanks in large part to a gift from Microsoft.
The teen who was driving in a Spokane Valley crash that killed two 15-year-old classmates pleaded guilty Thursday to vehicular homicide.
Novo Nordisk said Thursday it will establish a new obesity research unit in Seattle, growing by the end of 2016 to 60 employees.
The FBI director says the U.S. believes it has identified the British-accented masked man in the videos depicting the beheadings of two American journalists and a British aid worker.
A stolen car driver shot to death Wednesday in a confrontation with Pasco police had been released from his third prison term six months ago.
Sanford "Sandy" Brown needs a new pair of hiking boots.