2 hrs ago | KNDO
The Spokesman-Review reports that Floyd is disappointed that fewer second-year medical students are enrolled at WSU's budding Spokane campus than expected.
6 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Terrence Williams, who has played the past four seasons in the NBA, wore shackles and a red jail jump suit Monday as he stood before a judge in a courtroom at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center.
10 hrs ago | Ridenbaugh Press
ALGAE BLOOM: This is a red-orange algae bloom spotted at Edmonds on May 16. In Washington and Oregon both , state tax revenue reported as rising, and unemployment dropping - one of the best weeks of economic news in more than half a decade.
15 hrs ago | KEPR CBS 19
With tornadoes in the news lately I figured it'd be a good time to post answers to some frequently asked questions about the powerful storms: What does "EF-4" mean? WIth the devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, you'll be hearing a lot of about "EF" ratings -- that's from the Enhanced Fujita Scale that rates tornadoes on a scale of 0 to 5, 5 ... (more)
16 hrs ago | CNN
Many a modern president has lost momentum and suffered what are termed "scandals" in his second term.
20 hrs ago | KBKW News
In keeping with the College Bound theme, fourth grade students from Raymond Elementary School visited the University of Washington on Thursday May 9th.
21 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Halfway through The Unwinding, George Packer - author of the highly praised The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq - delineates how quickly political idealism can disappear when one becomes exposed to a world of easy money.
Bill Keller of the Times on how to legalize pot . he includes an interesting aspiration for the market structure by way of drug policy sage Mark Kleiman: One practical challenge facing the legalization pioneers is how to keep the marijuana market from being swallowed by a few big profiteers - the pot equivalent of Big Tobacco, or even the actual ... (more)
Law enforcement sources say there is concern about how major drug syndicates are going to react to marijuana legalization in Washington and Colorado and in states where medical marijuana is being approved.
On May 19, 1943, in his second wartime address to the U.S. Congress, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill pledged his country's full support in the fight against Japan.
Rod Bigelow was promoted to executive director of the Bentonville museum in February upon the promotion of former Executive Director Don Bacigalupi to the new position of museum president.
Chuck Brown, the Godfather of Go-Go, died one year ago today, and fans of Washington's home-grown sound and the man who made it what it is will gather at the Howard Theater tonight , along with the Chuck Brown All-Star Go-Go Tribute Band, to celebrate his life.
AMMAN/LONDON - The world's diplomats will make a major new push in the coming days for negotiations to end Syria's civil war, but their chances of achieving a peace deal look as remote as ever.
If you've noticed a dent in your wallet lately, it's likely coming from a recent spike in gas prices.
Rep. Steve Kirby says he kept busy during the Legislature's brief hiatus this month by training for his new job at a Tacoma-area credit union.
Officials in Washington state took their first stab Thursday at setting rules for the state's new marijuana industry, nearly eight months after voters here legalized pot for adults.