Ready to hit the road and spend a long weekend away from home? There’s plenty to do here in the Northwest over Memorial Day Weekend, including the Sasquatch! Music Festival, Grays Harbor County Expo, Kitsap Harbor Festival, and the Moses Lake Spring Festival!
Kick-off the cycling season this Sunday, May 20 with Redhook Brewery’s 17th annual Haul Ash Tour De Brew. Haul Ash commemorates the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. Over the years, Haul Ash has become a great tradition for local cyclists and Redhook enthusiasts alike.
By this point in her career, Sue Bird is the epitome of a veteran. She’s about to become a three-time Olympian, is a two-time WNBA champion and is entering her 11th season playing for the Seattle Storm.
Seattle police are scratching their heads about this one. A car prowler shattered a window of a parked Jeep, stole nothing and left behind a little something for the car’s owner — a dozen tortillas scattered across the floor.
Spring is in the air, and it’s a great time to get out with your four-legged friend (or adopt a new one)! These family-friendly pet events include charity walks, Petpalooza, kitten adoptions and DockDogs fun!
It’s a weekend of festivals! Hop in the car and head out to celebrate the Northwest’s Scandinavian heritage, Rhododendron blossoms, migratory birds, and the biggest 7 Sport Relay race in the state!
Flyweight Marlen Esparza has become the first American female boxer to qualify for the London Olympics.
Two teens were shot early Wednesday in Shoreline in the Richmond Beach area. A 17-year-old girl has died and an 18-year-old boy is reportedly in critical condition at a Seattle hospital.
The National Weather Service says sunny, warm weather will continue in Washington, at least another day or two.
Ready for delicious strawberry season? We are, too! Mark your calendar for one of these upcoming weekends to celebrate summertime, sunshine and strawberries in WA!