The general election ballot has a proposition that will make you take notice.
Washington state government is collecting more tax revenue than at anytime in state history.
Shameful. In a word, that’s how we describe Gov. Jay Inslee’s politicization of the Las Vegas, Nev., mass shooting Sunday night.
If you haven’t had time yet to take in the Central Washington State Fair, don’t fret — you can still enjoy the 125th anniversary of the fair this weekend.
The largest agriculture-related party of the year is going on, and you’re invited.
After a hot, dry dusty summer and weeks of smoky Lower Yakima Valley air, there’s an uplifting weekend awaiting you in Prosser.
When you are born, you either arrive with the indoor plumbing of a girl or the outdoor plumbing of a boy. And while there may be birth defects to cause a few babies to be born without either, gender is determined by your chromosomes.
U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has apparently heard the cry of rural West residents plagued by more intense wildfires and burdensome forest regulations.
All too often, it’s easy to complain that the area is suffering a loss of business and devoid of customer service.
Turn off the TV and head to the stadium tonight. It’s football under the Friday night lights.
A few Washington State University students are calling for campus officials to require incoming freshmen and faculty to undergo cultural competency “training.”
Just one big holiday remains this summer — Labor Day — a three-day weekend in which to cram all of the last-minute summer fun a family can stand.
It was nice the past few days watching people here and across the country celebrating the total eclipse of the sun.
Four men accused in the so-called “Battle of Bunkerville” will remain in custody for the weekend awaiting a verdict in the second conspiracy case against them.
The solar eclipse next Monday morning has already prompted Oregon officials to declare a state of emergency and call out the National Guard.