Fifth graders murder trial: Two fifth-graders, aged 10 and 11, pleaded not-guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and charges related to weapons [...]
The recent passage in Colorado and Washington of propositions declaring marijuana legal for personal use has changed the U.S. War on Drugs.
Wave power could soon become a large part of America’s energy infrastructure, and Oregon is on the cutting edge of development.
Emaciated horses described as living in “squalid, neglectful” conditions were rescued earlier this week by animal control officers in Washington state, outside of Tacoma.
When conservation and energy meet head-on, it produces a rare site for recreation enthusiasts. The Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility and Renewable Energy Center offers Puget [...]
Seattle will soon be home to the nation’s largest urban food forest.
May Day protesters caused a ruckus in downtown Seattle on Tuesday, breaking the windows of several buildings, setting fires, and blocking traffic, according to local reports.
A man suspected of killing his family on April 15 was found dead on April 28 in an elaborate, fortified bunker carved into the side of a mountain outside of Seattle.
Washington State Gov. Christine Gregoire called for a special legislative session to begin Nov. 28, to address the $1.4 billion deficit forecast for 2011—2013.
The population boom of black-tailed deer on the islands between British Columbia and Washington state has far reaching implications for other species.