No human remains found at site of Olympia fire
No human remains were found at the site of an Olympia fire, according to the Olympia Fire Department.
Government lawyers will defend Auditor Troy Kelley against recall
A Pierce County Superior Court judge will consider if a citizen petition to recall State Auditor Troy Kelley passes legal muster.
Olympia’s spring Arts Walk dodges showers
Artists and art lovers alike are finding harmony this weekend in downtown Olympia’s spring Arts Walk.
Felix Hernandez delivers a gem in Mariners’ 2-0 victory over Twins
King Felix records his 24th career complete game.
Elijah Qualls’ path to Washington paved with hard work, community support
Qualls is a likely starter this season as a third-year sophomore nose tackle for the Washington Huskies, who conclude their spring practice schedule...
Saints clinch GNAC softball title with sweep of Northwest Nazarene
It’s the second conference title in three years for Saint Martin’s, and the Saints will be No. 1 seed at GNAC tournament.
Washington state Legislature passes oil train safety bill
The Washington state Legislature passed a measure Friday to improve the safety of oil transportation amid a sharp increase in the number of oil-carrying freight trains in the state.
10 dead as quake and avalanche sweep Mount Everest region
An avalanche triggered by a massive earthquake swept across Nepal's Mount Everest region on Saturday, killing at least 10 climbers and guides, slamming...
Volkswagen chairman Piech resigns after dispute over CEO
Ferdinand Piech, chairman of the board of Volkswagen AG and a major figure in the German auto industry, has stepped down after clashing with other...
Celebrate drinking water week
Drinking Water Week, which is May 3-9 this year, is a good time to think about where our drinking water comes from. Also, how do we make sure that water is safe and protected from contamination?
Latest on police-custody death: March heads to Camden Yards
Wisconsin egg company vows to be productive after bird flu
A Lake Mills area facility hit by a highly contagious bird flu virus will become productive again after they euthanize all 800,000 chickens, the company president says.