An Oregon state lawmaker wants to make college coaches pay up if their recruiting methods break the rules.
A military judge at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington could decide Monday whether an Army sergeant who fatally shot five fellow service members in Iraq acted with premeditation.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye fired her chief spokesman because of what her office said Friday was a “disgraceful incident” during Park’s trip to the United States, in what could be a domestic blow after an otherwise widely praised appearance in Washington.
The Washington state Administrative Office of the Courts has been hacked, and up to 160,000 Social Security numbers and 1 million driver’s license numbers may have been accessed during the data breach of its public website.
One of usually peaceful springtime rituals of childhood – the Easter egg hunt – turned nasty at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Chris Clemons believes it would be a “selfish act” for an NFL player to come out of the closet during his career.
Elk, deer, antelope and moose: If Montana residents can scrape it up, they can eat it.
A Chinese tycoon with ties to mining companies in the United States, Australia and Africa is missing and a newspaper says he has been detained by police.
A double amputee shot a Walmart manager Saturday after he was asked to put his service dog on a leash, Anchorage police said.
The speaker of the Alaska House wants to bring gun manufacturers to the state.