OLYMPIA — A Chelan County PUD project to design and build a new wastewater treatment plant for Peshastin and Dryden has been awarded more than $4.73 million in a low-interest loan through the Washington Department of Ecology.
WENATCHEE — Local agencies who hoped for an easier path for immigration are now retrenching after the U.S. Supreme Court failed to rule on President Barack Obama's most far-reaching executive action on the topic.
There’s nothing quite like a provocative TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) talk to force us to confront different ways of thinking about the world around us. Wenatchee, you will recall, hosted a local TED event in 2014 that explored "connecting the dots" in our community to improve resilience.
BREWSTER — Two motorcycle riders led state and county police on a high-speed chase Saturday, passing other cars on Highway 97 at speeds in excess of 100 mph and forcing some motorists off the road, authorities said.
WINTHROP — A 62-year-old Hanford, California, man was treated at Central Washington Hospital after the motorcycle he was riding ran off Highway 20 and came to rest in a ditch. Hudson R. Gilbert was ejected from the motorcycle, according to a State Patrol report.
SEATTLE —The building boom sweeping downtown Seattle is hard to miss, between the jostling cranes, giant holes in the ground and construction crews closing down streets. But new data shows just how intense things have gotten — and how much more is still yet to come.
SEATTLE — The financial and political fallout from Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has added to a string of setbacks for President Barack Obama as he works to burnish his legacy before his presidency ends in January 2017.
West Virginia’s three most devastated counties and possibly others will receive federal assistance after the state’s worst flooding in more than a century killed at least 24 people, officials said on Saturday.
CENTRALIA — Washington’s blueberry producers are expecting to send 115 million pounds of fresh blueberries to market this season. The large harvest is expected to meet ballooning market demand that has been driven by increasing consumer awareness of the many health benefits associated with consuming blueberries.
YAKIMA — Efforts by two property owners to get the city of Yakima to give up alleys adjacent to their properties have been delayed due to confusion about whether or not those owners should pay for the property.