Washington state lawmakers are asking Chinese President Xi Jinping to consider loaning some pandas to the Pacific Northwest.
A new state education report says poor and minority students are more likely to be labeled as truants in Washington.
A state senator says he's running to replace indicted state Auditor Troy Kelley.
Facing pressure from federal regulators, Gov. Jay Inslee is taking another stab at updating clean-water rules partly tied to how much fish people eat.
Federal prosecutors say a member of the Russian parliament has been plotting with his son, held in a federal prison, to tamper with a witness, manipulate his case and possibly plan an escape.
New research says highway runoff is killing adult coho salmon in Puget Sound but simple filtering methods can help fish survive.
Officials with the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport say a Delta Air Lines flight headed from Seattle to Hong Kong has turned back and landed safely after striking a bird.
State health officials say there were 22 cases of West Nile virus in humans this season and one death. That's about double the total number of cases last year.
Officials with the Grant Public Utility District say six employees have been injured in an explosion at Priest Rapids Dam on the Columbia River.
Nikki Penny told KING-5 news she blames the construction of Bellingham's Costco. Her problems began, she says, after they started clearing land to build.
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Judge in Seattle says he won't issue an emergency order allowing tens of thousands of highly skilled immigrants to immediately apply to become permanent residents.
Haggen has added six more stores in the Northwest to its list of those it would like to sell.
The backyard shop in the Sunnyland Neighborhood burned late Tuesday.
A water tanker hauling a forklift wrecked at about 1:30 Wednesday afternoon.
We found gas for 1.99 in at least one station.
A threatening note found in a bathroom at Ferndale High School Wednesday morning was a hoax, according to Ferndale Police
Washington state Sen. Karen Fraser says she's running for lieutenant governor.
The lawsuit is part of a long national campaign by the ACLU to combat the effect of court fines on poor defendants.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Washington state brought by the grandparents of Charlie and Braden Powell.