The agency in charge of implementing Oregon's legal marijuana program said Friday that medical and recreational pot should be subject to the same tracking and testing systems if they're to be sold in the same retail outlets.
Bellingham police and Whatcom County Sheriff's deputies are trying to identify the scammer who's trying to con heating and air conditioning customers out of large sums of money.
The Justice Department's December announcement that it would allow the nation's Indian tribes to legalize and regulate marijuana on their reservations brought notes of caution - if not silence or opposition - from many tribes.
Skiing might not be the first thing on your mind this winter, but one extreme local athlete is taking the sport to new heights.
The Senate started moving some pieces of a state transportation package off the chamber floor Friday, including a measure that would exempt all state highway projects from the state sales tax and would redirect sales tax money from non-highway transportation projects away from the state general fund.
Seattle officials say a local nightclub with a history of gun violence is a "public safety hazard" and should no longer be able to sell alcohol.
Like the Supersonics, Seattle's two remaining elephants are being relocated to Oklahoma City.
A bill that makes it a civil offense to lock a pet in a car under dangerous conditions won unanimous approval from the Washington state Senate on Friday morning.
There is a happy ending in the search for the owner of a camera found at Ape Cave near Mount St. Helens.
A Pierce County man has been charged with rape and assault after he sexually assaulted his wife at gunpoint then held her hostage for hours, according to charging documents posted Friday.
Clark County sheriff's deputies say two 14-year-olds were fighting for space on a desk at Thomas Jefferson Middle School near Vancouver Thursday when one hit the other with a school-issued iPad, breaking his nose.
With Puget Sound ports getting back to normal after a tentative labor agreement, more Washington apples are being shipped to Asia.
State health officials say a Whatcom County man is the seventh person in Washington state to get the measles this year.
The source of home-rattling booms heard in the Port Angeles area on Wednesday remains a mystery.