After scoring a TD in a preseason game Thursday night, Kasen Williams hopes he soon gets a chance to score one in the real thing.
A Franklin County judge has ordered striking Pasco teachers to return to school on Tuesday, one week after their strike began.
Alaska Airlines scrounges up cool $41 million for new stadium name, but it’s same old money-grubbing game.
Return quarterback Nathan Cooprider, cornerback Sam Tessema, running back William Sanders, defensive end Beruk Wubeshet and linebacker Matt Gibb – all seniors. Sop
HOURS The Mercer Street gates open at 1:30 p.m. Saturday-Monday. No re-entry after 8:30 p.m. A Bumbershoot app is available for smartphones. Complete info: bumbershoot.com TICKETS New this year: Wristbands, with an individual embedded bar code, are issued with each ticket. You must wear your wristband each day you come to the festival. You cannot […]
Here is the latest fishing report from Dave Graybill, longtime Eastern Washington outdoor radio host and angler: I had a couple of great fishing trips last week. One was for walleye in the Hanford Reach with my fishing buddies Brian Nielson and James LeBow of Moses Lake. We didn’t get a lot of walleye but the […]
Sage Cook, 14, and his younger brother Isaac, 9, are believed to have been abducted by their mother when they went to visit her in Los Angeles at the end of August.
The Columbia River fall chinook return continues to migrate at a near record pace dating back to more than 70 years, and the all-time chinook return is close to being broken. According to Joe Hymer, a state Fish and Wildlife biologist, the 212,618 adult fall chinook counted at Bonneville Dam to-date is still running at […]
The U.S. is providing $26.6 million to the U.N. refugee agency to help it provide food, water and legal assistance to refugees traveling through Greece, Macedonia and Serbia.
Here are the latest Lower Columbia River catch estimates for this past week by state Fish and Wildlife, which indicates more fall chinook are moving upstream as well as a building amount of coho. During the eight days between August 24 and August 31, anglers on the lower Columbia made 18,201 trips and caught 6,931 […]
With the preseason over and cutdown day looming, here is Bob Condotta's final 53-man roster projection.
Rutgers is a mess... just as the Cougars ready for their East Coast trip.
When the Federal Reserve's policy setting committee meets this month, it faces a serious decision. Going either way carries risks.
Tim Eyman’s latest anti-tax measure, Initiative 1366, will remain on the November ballot. The Washington Supreme Court rejected an effort by opponents to block a public vote.
The cash-strapped World Food Program says it has had to drop one-third of Syrian refugees from its aid program in Mideast host countries this year, including more than 200,000 in Jordan who lost aid this month.
Two senators' announcements Friday raise suspense about the outcome of a resolution set for a vote next week in the Senate.
Hillary Rodham Clinton says her use of a private email system at the State Department wasn't the "best choice" and acknowledges in an interview that she didn't "stop and think" about her email set-up when she became President Barack Obama's secretary of state in 2009.
Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 32-year-old Kate Steinle.
An early morning fire that Pullman police call suspicious has heavily damaged the Planned Parenthood clinic in that college town.
The recall is for James Trading Group's Croker Kids Ireland hoodies.