After Protests, UW Decides To Follow Seattle $15 Wage LawAfter protests and questions about whether the University of Washington would be required to follow Seattle's $15 minimum wage law, the university has decided company.
Pac-12 Announces Game Times and Dates for 2015-16 SeasonThe Pac-12 Conference announced the television broadcast schedule and start times for the entire 2015-16 men’s basketball season on Thursday.
Petersen Starts Second Year At Washington With Questions At QBBetween now and Sept. 4, Petersen and the Huskies have plenty of questions to answer
Huskies' Chris Petersen Not Looking Forward To Boise ReturnPetersen's return to Boise is one of the biggest stories of the first week of the college football season
Study: Men Overcompensate When They Feel Masculinity Is ThreatenedA recent study from the University of Washington finds that men overcompensate when they feel their masculinity is threatened.
Huskies QB Cyler Miles To Retire Due To Hip InjuryA chronic hip condition is forcing the 21-year-old Miles into retirement from football
University Of Washington Investigated Over Response To Report Of Sexual ViolenceUW spokesman Victor Balta says the university has been working on combating sexual assault on campus
Activists Protesting UW Animal Lab Come Down From ExcavatorTwo animal rights activists who climbed to the top of an excavator at a construction site to protest the building of an animal research facility have come down.
Husky Defense Has Big Shoes To FillHow do you replace three All-Americans and six of your starting front seven defensive players? That's the major challenge facing the Washington Huskies football team as it points towards the 2015 season.
Seattle City Councilmember Resigns To Take Job At UWSeattle City Councilmember Sally Clark is stepping down from her position to take a job at the University of Washington.
Other Seattle Tunnel Boring Machine Reaches First MilestoneSeattle's other tunnel boring machine — the one working to create a transit tunnel to the University of Washington campus — has completed its first big milestone.
UW Study: Teens, Adults Not Clear On Washington Pot LawA new study shows that more than two years after Washington legalized marijuana, many people are still not clear on the specifics of the new law.