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First lady Michelle Obama listens as a 6th grade class talks about a class trip they took to China, Tuesday, March 4, 2014, at Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School in Washington.
Heavy rain has prompted flood warnings for several Western Washington rivers and caused mudslides.
The mobile notification system has helped authorities find at least two missing children as a result of Amber Alerts sent to cellphones in the state.
H. Hollander 3, Bajema 13, C. Hollander 11, Vlas 11, Aldrich 0, DeJager 6, Dougan 10, Bailey 0, TeVelde 0, Brandsma 0, VanKooten 1. Totals 20-54 13-15 55. KING'S - Nielsen 0, Jones 0, Bernson 13, Kispert 0, Van Dyke 0, D. Hanson 3, Parker 2, H. Echelbarger 0, S. Hanson 8, Friedline 0, A. Echelbarger 0, Hibbard 14. Totals 14-47 9-13 40. GRANGER - ... (more)
Cansler 24, Steward 12, Jacobs 7, Park 6, Keeter 6, Rogers 4, Warendorf 4, Maring 3, McGowan 2, Sublett 2, Holmes 0, Foster 0. Totals 25-50 18-22 70. Wilson - Morrow 21, Matz 14, Darden 9, Costello 6, Foster 5, Knox 4, McMillan 2, Doss 0, DeGregory 0, Thomson 0, Ayler 0, Dixon 0. Totals 23-62 10-15 61. Sunnyside - Bazan 16, Rubalcava 11, Maldonado ... (more)
A flood watch was also posted for late Saturday through late Sunday for much of Western Washington, including Pierce, Thurston and King counties.
Teeters 3, Holt-Giles 0, Coons 4, Ko. Eaton 11, Ka. Eaton 12, DuBois 2, Pond 5. Totals 12-57 11-14 37. EAST VALLEY - Morscheck 8, H. Burand 15, Phean 6, Burgess 0, M. Bastin 7, E. Burand 2, Rankin 15, Love 0, S. Bastin 2, Cameron 0, Gilbert 0. Totals 19-66 15-37 55. WHITE RIVER - Sturdivan 7, A. Mills 0, Goethals 6, Lance 17, Howard 0, Rasmussen 1, ... (more)
Washington 's first State Governor, Elisha Peyre Ferry, was born in Monroe County , Michigan on August 9, 1825 to Peter Ferry and Clarissa Peyre.
It has been interesting to me to research each of our former presidents and try to see their differences in leadership as well as other aspects of their presidency.
Recently announced changes in the SAT are laudable, but questions about the fairness and accuracy of any standardized test won't go away.
Arney, Jay L., 97, Tumwater, died Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, at The Hamptons Alzheimer Care Center, Tumwater.
Just months after stepping down as head of the nation's largest civil rights organization, former NAACP President Benjamin Jealous is changing his career from an East Coast political activist to a West Coast venture capitalist, a switch he hopes will help further his goal of growing opportunities for blacks and Latinos in the booming tech economy.
The Oregon Department of Transportation announced Friday that it's shutting down planning for the Columbia River Crossing project after the state Legislature declined to approve funding to build a new Interstate 5 and light-rail bridge into Washington.
Four Redmond High School students and one graduate didn't want to miss out on the historic occasion in Olympia on Feb. 26. At 2 p.m. in the state's capitol building, Gov. Jay Inslee signed the Washington Dream Act into law.
Online registration is open at www.coastsavers.org for volunteers wanting to take part in the annual Washington Coast Cleanup on April 19. As in the past, the cleanup will extend from Hobuck Beach near Neah Bay to Cape Disappointment.
In truth, these numbers do not tell us anything about the dangerousness of marijuana.