A nearly 70-foot-long dock that floated ashore on an Oregon beach was torn loose from a fishing port in northern Japan by last year’s tsunami and drifted across thousands of miles of Pacific Ocean, a Japanese Consulate official said Wednesday.
Volunteers will play a big role in picking up debris from last year’s tsunami in Japan when it starts hitting the beach in Oregon.
The Japanese Cultural & Community Center of WA invites you and your family to celebrate Komodo no Hi, or Children’s Day, a FREE festival on Sunday, May 6.
SEATTLE (AP) — Boeing workers will be able to see one of their new 787s in service at Sea-Tac Airport before the end of the year. The Port of Seattle says All Nippon Airways plans […]
ISHINOMAKI, Japan (AP) — Members of the Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners got a firsthand look at the devastation from the earthquake and tsunami on Tuesday when they visited one of the towns hit hardest […]
PEORIA,Ariz.(AP) — Spring training is officially under way with Seattle’s pitchers and catchers holding their first workout. The center of attention for the brief Sunday morning session under a bright blue sky at the Peoria […]