A trial is underway for three Tacoma, Washington, police officers charged in the death of a 33-year-old Black man who was tackled, punched, shocked with a stun gun and held face down on a sidewalk in March 2020.
Kekoa Visperas threw for 349 yards and two touchdowns, Marlon Jones Jr. sealed the win with a pick-6, and Eastern Washington defeated Southeastern Louisiana 40-29.
A man who drove the getaway car in a stolen firearms trafficking scheme that led to the fatal shooting of a sheriff’s deputy in Washington state has been sentenced to 27 years in prison.
An assistant high school football coach in Washington state who lost his job during a controversy over his public post-game prayers was back on the field after the U.S.
No. 14 Utah gets a big test to open the season against Florida. The Utes are the two-time reigning Pac-12 champions and are expected to contend for a third.
The two men found dead earlier this month in wildfires around Spokane, Washington, have been identified.
Teachers in a southwest Washington state school district are on strike, postponing the start of the school year.
Dozens of tribal citizens and employees have benefitted in recent years from tribal climate camps that serve as a refuge for Native Americans on the front lines of climate change.
Fencing and construction workers greet visitors to the Lincoln Memorial, signaling the monument to the nation’s 16th president is a work in progress.
Washington wildlife officials have authorized killing one or two wolves in the southeastern part of the state in response to attacks on cattle.
Police say a detective in Washington state was shot in the shoulder and that two juvenile boys were later taken into custody.
U.S. government officials on Wednesday started cracking down on co-founders of the virtual currency mixer Tornado Cash, just days after a federal judge decided that the government had the authority to sanction them.
A major cross-state highway that closed earlier this month because of a wildfire in Washington state’s North Cascades National Park will reopen Wednesday.
Authorities say a second person has died in wildfires in eastern Washington state that have burned hundreds of structures and briefly closed a section of an interstate.
A fast-moving wildfire in eastern Washington state has destroyed at least 185 structures, closed a major highway and left one person dead.
Authorities say fast-moving wildfires racing through Washington have burned some homes and prompted evacuation orders for thousands of people in small rural communities.
Lolita, an orca whale held captive for more than a half-century, has died at the Miami Seaquarium as caregivers prepared to move her from the theme park.
Officials say three people may have died and temperature records have been broken in a Pacific Northwest heat wave.
China’s yuan has dipped briefly to a 16-year low against the dollar, raising questions about whether Beijing might weaken its currency to help struggling exporters and reverse a deepening economic slump.
Conference realignment has widened the recruiting footprint for Power Five college football programs long before many teams open play in their new league homes.
The Biden administration has announced nearly $200 million in federal infrastructure grants to upgrade tunnels that carry streams beneath roads but can be deadly to fish that get stuck trying to pass through.
What’s next in conference realignment? The Atlantic Coast Conference pulled back on adding Stanford and California, but is that a dead issue?
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin says he has been thinking “seriously” about leaving the Democratic Party and becoming an independent.
The Atlantic Coast Conference presidents have chosen not to vote on whether to add Stanford and California to the league.
Police in Tacoma, Washington, have shot and killed a 41-year-old man after they say he fired at officers.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will start Friday night’s exhibition against Washington, giving him another chance to knock off some of the rust he developed while being suspended last season.
Washington State and Oregon State appear to be the big losers in the destabilization of the Pac-12 that’s bordering on complete collapse.
Atlantic Coast Conference presidents and chancellors held a conference call but took no action on West Coast expansion with California and Stanford.
A wildfire in Washington state’s North Cascades National Park has closed a major cross-state highway.
The four remaining Pac-12 schools, California, Stanford, Oregon State and Washington State, will have options if they are looking for another conference.
Conference realignment should be called college football consolidation because that’s what’s happening.