Lewerke, Spartans Roll Past Cougars 42-17 in Holiday Bowl
Michigan State Spartans found their groove against WSU in the second quarter and stormed pasted the Falk-less Cougs in a 42-17 rout in the Holiday Bowl.
Twitter Suspends Former WSU College Republicans President
Twitter has suspended the account of James Allsup, the former president of the WSU College Republicans who resigned after attending a white nationalist rally.
Man Pleads Guilty to Charge for Stealing From Labor Union
The secretary-treasurer for a Wallula labor union has pleaded guilty to stealing $40,000.
Seattle’s New Tax on Soda, Sugary Drinks Takes Effect Jan.1
Seattle's new tax on soda goes into effect Jan. 1, 2018. to cut down on the consumption of sugary drinks linked to obesity, diabetes and other health problems.
Commercial Crab Season to Open Jan. 15 After 6 Week Delay
The Washington state Department of Fish and Wildlife has delivered the good news that the commercial Dungeness crab fishing season is set to open Jan. 15th.
The Latest: Judge Considers Stopping Trump Refugee Ban
A federal judge said he would decide on Trump administration ban before Christmas whether to stop a on refugees.
Hall of Fame Broadcaster Dick Enberg Has Died at Age 82
What a legendary career! The sport world is sadden by the news of Hall of Fame broadcaster Dick Enberg has died at age 82.
Paid Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Increase in New Year
More workers in Washington will have paid sick leave and the state's minimum wage will increase to $11.50 an hour in the new year.
2 Rail Buffs Killed in Wreck Couldn’t Wait for Faster Trains
Two of the victims of the Amtrak derailment shared the love of trains.
Commuters Rush to Amtrak Train Wreckage to Help Survivors
People will always step up when it counts. Commuters and emergency workers alike rushed to help survivors when an Amtrak passenger train derailed by Tacoma.