Technology struggles, burdensome levels of paperwork and staffing shortages have plagued the state as it works to distribute rental assistance dollars.
A woman was able to enter the secure grounds of Washington's governor's residence on Wednesday before being stopped by the Washington State Patrol.
It’s not technically fall yet, but a weather system that could dump an inch or more of rain across the region is expected to bring cool, autumn-like weather. The heaviest rain is expected Friday night ...
After humble beginnings as a pushcart operation by an Oregon town's railroad tracks, Dutch Bros Coffee has launched an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.
Officials say a rabid bat has been discovered in Northeast Portland. This is the first animal to test positive for rabies in Multnomah County since 2014, according to the county. Another was found in ...
Afghans are trying to reach Pakistan via the frontier near the Khyber Pass, but Pakistan is wary of more refugees. Cargo trucks are backed up for miles, waiting to deliver goods into Afghanistan.
Biles told the Senate Judiciary Committee that “enough is enough” as she and three other U.S. gymnasts spoke in stark emotional terms about the lasting toll Nassar’s crimes have taken on their lives.
Simone Biles and Aly Raisman are among those appearing at a Senate hearing on Wednesday. A July report found the FBI failed to properly investigate charges against the former USA Gymnastics doctor.
The latest data from the state Department of Health shows more than 7,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Washington.
Last night, the Newberg school board held a chaotic meeting that ended without addressing its ban on political symbols in classrooms.