The governor of Alaska on Wednesday toured a massive oil drill rig parked on Seattle's waterfront then met with Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee to tell him that Washington's position on future Arctic drilling will hurt the economy of Alaska.
A Seattle couple is planning the trip of a lifetime after winning big in the Powerball lottery, but the celebration almost didn't happen.
The state House of Representatives has approved a bill that would dramatically change the requirements for a high school diploma in Washington state.
Jurors will soon have to decide whether accused cop killer Christopher Monfort was delusional or sane at the time of his suspected crimes.
Need a lifeline? Better look for a life jacket.
The state House of Representatives has approved a compromise $7.6 billion transportation package that will keep the state ferries moving, the State Patrol on the road and continue road- and bridge-repair projects into the next fiscal year.
The Franklin County prosecutor says he expects to receive a special investigative unit's report Thursday in the Feb. 10 shooting death of an unarmed Hispanic man.
The state Senate voted Wednesday to impose stricter regulations on Oregon's medical marijuana program as lawmakers get ready for the legalization of pot for recreational use.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 5 were blocked for about a half-hour Wednesday in Mount Vernon by two separate multi-vehicle crashes, the Washington State Patrol reported.
A hospital spokeswoman says one of two boys injured in an explosion outside a home in Enumclaw, Washington, had his second surgery Wednesday.
A suspect was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murder after a body was found Monday near Belfair, the Mason County Sheriff's Office reports.
A woman shot her ex-husband overnight, but investigators say it appears to be a case of self-defense and the woman was not arrested.
A woman can't look at the 'Golden Arches' without seeing red after a messy trip through the drive-thru in Woodland.
The man who leaked thousands of emails from the personal account of former Gov. John Kitzhaber to a Portland newspaper is coming forward publicly.
Vancouver police say a friend of a convenience store clerk fired shots at a robber during an early morning hold-up, but it's unclear if the man was injured.