The money will be used to purchase supplies and to develop vaccines, therapies and better diagnostic tools.
Bertha, the broken-down tunneling machine, moved forward three feet during recent testing, while workers building an underground circular pit that will allow access to the machine finished installing the last of 84 large concrete cylinders known as piles.
The newborn orca brings the number of killer whales in the Puget Sound population to 79
A warm-water fish rarely seen in Washington waters washed ashore last week on a beach at Cape Disappointment State Park near the mouth of the Columbia River.
The tangle of rules and regulations that govern whether and how it can be grown, bought and sold create complexity and ambiguity that cause major headaches for marijuana businesses — and enticing opportunities for those who want to exploit it.
In Washington, crude oil shipments went from zero in 2011 to 17 million barrels in 2013, according to rough state estimates.
First Place must show that it can help low income kids do as well or better academically than they would have at their neighborhood schools
A campaign seeking universal background checks on gun sales has now raised more than $7 million after a $1 million donation from a group funded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
While most attendees of Penny Arcade Expo come to the boisterous convention to play games, bag swag and meet like-minded people, a few take the time to investigate online bullying and why it’s so prevalent among the gaming community.
Inside the man’s home, officers found body armor and multiple fire-arms, including semi-automatic rifles
People began purchasing marijuana at 8 a.m. at Bellingham’s Top Shelf Cannabis
Scenes from Seattle’s Bike to Work Day on May 16, 2014!
Get a first look at Sub Pop Records’ new retail store in Sea-Tac
The recovery effort continues in Oso as crews deal with restoring the town and families cope with tragedy.