3 hrs ago
Man sentenced for assault on Benton County sheriff's deputy
A man who recently was acquitted of assaulting a Walla Walla police detective by pointing a gun at him last year was handed a suspended jail sentence for striking a Benton County sheriff's deputy about three months later.
7 hrs ago
Walla Walla man wins $200,000 on Scratch ticket
Chad Garofalo stopped at a Good Guys, a Walla Walla gas station, on his way to work to buy a 50X the Cash Scratch ticket and a soda.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Lights tour strings together emergency fund
Dec. 10 -- WALLA WALLA -- As the holidays brighten winter's darkness, area residents decorate their homes and businesses with Christmas lights to illuminate the nights.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
EDITORIAL: Washington's transportation plan must focus on roads
Dec. 05--Gov. Jay Inslee is correct. A $10 billion to $12 billion upgrade of the state's transportation infrastructure is essential for economic development and critical in convincing The Boeing Co.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Cyber attack that included two local groceries blocked, company says
Dec. 03 --Customers can safely swipe their cards at URM stores now that a cyber attack on the payment processing system has been blocked.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Washington author Steve Roberts hits the WineTrails again
The biggest question I began to get was, 'When are you going to come out with an update?'" Roberts said.
Honolulu leads poll to name 'best place to postpone a career'
Honolulu is in the running to be named "Best place to postpone a career" in Sunset magazine's online poll.
A great opportunity to give
Firefighters, EMTs and other first responders regularly encounter the sort of pain and suffering that most of us are fortunate enough to see only on rare occasion.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Two shot in alleged Walla Walla gang incident
The victims, both 21, were treated for non life-threatening injuries at a local hospital, according to Walla Walla Police.
New edition of a Wine Trailsa is a 608-page wonder
A lot has changed in the Washington wine industry in the past five years. Nobody knows that better than Steve Roberts, author of the wildly successful "Wine Trails of Washington" guidebook.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The Seattle Times wine writer picks his 50 top regional wines
Sorting through the 5,000 or so wines I evaluated in 2013 is a bit daunting, and the most difficult part of this list is deciding what to omit, because the Northwest produces so much world-class wine.
Teen faces rape charge in Walla Walla Co.
The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin reports Cobie A. Brown was a player for the Waitsburg-Prescott football team.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Washington wines make influential list
Washington may be in its infancy when it comes to winemaking, but that hasn't stopped six Washington wines from receiving international acclaim.
Are passengers being ripped off by Sea-Tac scales?
The state is inspecting scales at Sea-Tac Airport after earlier tests showed several scales were both under and over reporting bag weights.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
KEPR CBS 19
More money for Walla Walla streets
Walla Walla scored more state money to continue to improve its streets. This will keep road work going until next year.
TSA should take notice of bartender app that checks ID
Long lines at airport security are never a welcome sign to an anxious flyer, but passengers have been conditioned to be patient in the name of safety.
Federal Way News
By Matt Wendland Hundreds of people from across King County and western Washington poured into the Burien Community Center Saturday night to take part in Burien Arts Association's 6th annual Vision 20/20.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Burning restrictions to start this afternoon - Fri, 22 Nov 2013 PST
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. The state of Washington and the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency this morning issued stage-1 burning restrictions through at least 4 p.m. on Monday.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Spokane Journal of Business
Builder here lands two big school projects
Spokane general contractor Leone & Keeble Inc. has begun construction of two schools in College Place, Wash., including the southeastern Washington town's first high school, says project manager Scott Jutte.