When It Comes To Inaugural Crowds, Does Size Matter?Counting the number of people at major public events is as much art as science, and there will be no official tally of how many people attend either Friday's inaugural festivities or the Women's March on Washington on Saturday.
Crews To Cleanup and Open I-90 Late ThursdayOfficials say they hope to re-open the eastbound lanes at 4 p.m. Thursday.
Feds Weighing Petition For Whale Protection ZoneWith the loss of seven animals in 2016, the orca population is down to 78.
Officials Propose Plan For Restoring GrizzliesFederal officials want to restore the population, and on Thursday released a draft plan with four options
Washington WR John Ross Declares For NFL DraftWashington wide receiver John Ross will reportedly forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
Washington's Rise Ahead Of Schedule, Raises Hopes For '17Ultimately, Washington was probably a year ahead of schedule.
Washington's Rise After Two Decades of TurmoilWhen Washington takes the field for Saturday's Peach Bowl against top-ranked Alabama it will mark a return to the national stage for the Huskies.
Washington's Ross Is A Speedy Threat For AlabamaAfter missing the 2015 season following right knee surgery, Ross is back and faster than ever this season.
Wash. Minimum Wage To Increase To $11On New Year's Day, Washington state's minimum wage will increase to $11 an hour, the first of a multistep increase approved by voters last month.
Year In Review: Top Washington Stories Of 2016A look back at the top headlines in Washington this year
Cell Service At Mount Rainier Raises Debate"The inner part of me just says peace and quiet and the beauty is all we need"
Washington State Changes Protection For Bald EaglesState wildlife officials say bald eagles have made a steady recovery in Washington and nationally, following decades of decline.

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