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The woman who was killed when ice and rock fell inside ice caves in Washington state has been identified as a hiker from California.
A family returning from vacation found their house sitter, WWU student Meagan Smith dead just before midnight Tuesday.
The State Senate passed a measure delaying full implementation of an expensive class-size initiative.
The U.S. Department of Commerce says the Seattle metropolitan area exported about $5.3 billion more in goods last year, a 9 percent jump from 2013.
The smoke prompting air quality warnings in Whatcom County.
An abandoned campfire caused the blaze.
Hamilton Seymour introduced First Lady Michelle Obama at the first ever White House Tribal Youth Gathering.
A chase involving an off-road motorcycle reached speeds so fast near Western Washington University Thursday, Bellingham Police called off the chase, the agency said
Free, family-friendly tours are offered Saturdays at 1pm.
Senate Republicans and Democrats have reached a deal on how to address a class-size initiative with a multibillion-dollar price tag that currently has the new state operating budget out of balance.
He feared officers would be injured or killed by the rock.
Lawmakers have included about $1.3 million in the state's capital budget to preserve 1,000 acres of Skagit County farmland for agriculture uses.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation says simplifying the form college students fill out to qualify for financial aid could open a lot of doors.
The Seattle City Council is considering a new tax on gun sellers to collect money for gun violence prevention and research.
Drought and record hot weather are producing potentially lethal conditions for salmon and trout in rivers across the West.
The fire is burning between the Maple Grove and Silver Creek campgrounds
All of the county’s cities, except Bellingham, signed off on the plan.
The County Council Tuesday night decided to place a proposal from local progressives in front of voters.
A woman's body found face-down in river near Lake Steven's on June 23rd has been identified as Stephanie Kensinger, 22, of Everson Wa.
Biotoxin levels are up again and over the limit for safe shellfish harvest.