The 600,000 or so Oregonians currently without health insurance were expected to begin signing up for guaranteed-acceptance insurance options this week. Washington state’s online exchange also had a hitch.
The National Weather Service confirms the winds that damaged industrial buildings in western Washington, including a Boeing factory, were a tornado.
Saturday’s storm will contain tropical moisture from a former western Pacific typhoon, Typhoon Pabuk, which brushed by Japan’s east coast earlier this week. The second storm on Sunday may even be stronger.
A spokeswoman says a medical emergency among the crew of a Seattle-bound United Airlines flight prompted an emergency landing in Boise.
Investigators are looking for two men who broke into a Vancouver home and then forced an elderly woman into a closet while they ransacked it Thursday morning.
Sometimes it’s tough to separate fact from fiction when it comes to campaign initiatives. KOIN 6 News digs into the specifics behind Washington’s GMO initiative.
The Aberdeen, Wash., home, last assessed at less than $67,000, is being listed for $500,000.
The 14-year-old was located Tuesday and returned home.
A new study by CRCs own consultant being made public this week indicates toll skirting is a much bigger problem than bridge planners admit.
It was too small to cause any damage.
The butterflies are being released this month to fly over the walls and help researchers learn about their migration patterns.
Gary Ridgway pleaded guilty to killing 49 women in King County in the 1980s and ‘90s and dumping their bodies near Interstate 5.
The advisory over mercury and PCB contamination applies to a 150-mile section of the river between the Bonneville and McNary dams.
Two-and-a-half years after an earthquake and tsunami devastated parts of Japan, suspected debris from the disaster continues to quietly wash ashore along the West Coast of North America.
Washington’s attorney general has green-lit a bridge built by Oregon that crosses the Columbia River
A Tacoma man accused of tossing his neighbor’s Chihuahua puppy out of a second-story window last month has pleaded guilty to a single felony count of first-degree animal cruelty.
Courtroom audio reveals that Washington state prosecutors asked a judge to hold future Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis on $25,000 bail after he was arrested for malicious mischief in Seattle in 2004.
Hiroshi Yamauchi ran Nintendo for more than 50 years. He acquired the Seattle Mariners in 1992, saving it from a possible move to Florida. Yamauchi never watched his baseball team play in person.
The teen driver is accused of driving onto a sidewalk to run over a cat. There were three other teen boys in the vehicle.
The driver was shot in the head. He is expected to survive.