Gov. Chris Gregoire is in London to open the Washington exhibit at the Farnborough Air Show, and she says she’s already received word from companies that plan to expand in the state.
Unlike the nation’s interior West, wildfire season in Washington state is forecast to get a late start and be relatively mild. But officials say that doesn’t mean the state is not in danger of destructive blazes and this week’s hot weather has already ushered in a wildfire near Chelan.
The Fourth may be over by Saturday, but summer fun has just begun! Head to more firework displays, festivals, art shows, marketplaces and farmland excitement for you and the kids! It’s all just a car ride away.
Finally! We’ve been waiting all spring for those ripe, juicy berries. With an extra wet season and not a lot of sunshine, the strawberries are finally ready for picking. Here are some of our favorite spots.
Want to get out of town this weekend? Whether it’s a drive to see gorgeous NW gardens, or sand sculptures or 3-on-3 basketball, here are some events worth the drive.
The last of four Waco, Texas, climbers rescued on Mount Rainier in an effort that cost a ranger his life walked down off the Washington peak on Friday while blizzard conditions high on the mountain delayed efforts to retrieve the body.
In a three-way battle of perfect marks, David Boudia outdid Nick McCrory and Thomas Finchum to lead the 10-meter platform semifinals at the U.S. diving trials on Tuesday night.
Want to snack on biscuits and tea like the Londoners do while you cheer on Team USA during the 2012 Summer Olympics? Here are some of our favorite British inspired shops in Puget Sound for your UK fix.
From Blues and Brews to garden tours, car and art shows and a motorcycle rally, there are plenty of reasons to hit the road and see what the rest of WA has to offer!
Wine and music, dancing, cooking and fundraising are all part of the fun events happening in June in the Woodinville Wine Country. Head out to sip and savor the beginning of summer in Western WA.