The Wenatchee World



The latest extended forecast from The Weather Channel

Remove this weather forecast


Lo36° Showers Likely


Hi49° Showers Likely

Friday Night

Lo32° Slight Chc Showers


Hi49° Becoming Sunny

Saturday Night

Lo27° Clear


Hi48° Sunny

Sunday Night

Lo31° Mostly Cloudy


Hi47° Slight Chc Rain/Snow

Monday Night

Lo22° Slight Chc Snow


Hi41° Sunny

Hawkinson steps up for surging Cougars

PULLMAN — It wasn’t supposed to happen that quickly for Josh Hawkinson. The prevailing theory was that he would need at least a couple more years to develop.

Buckeyes grind Ducks to halt

The speed was stopped. The tempo was trampled. The coolest team in college football was punched in its shiny, swoosh-adorned jaw.

AppleSox to begin 2015 season at home

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee AppleSox will begin their 2015 season with a nonleague game against the San Francisco Seals at Paul Thomas Sr. Baseball Stadium on June 4.

WVC basketball earns pair of victories

WENATCHEE — Both Wenatchee Valley College basketball squads took big early leads in their Northwest Athletic Conference East Region openers Saturday against Spokane at Smith Gymnasium.

Gonzaga romps past San Francisco

SPOKANE — The inside game was productive with Przemek Karnowski maneuvering for 16 points. The outside game struck for a season-high 12 3-pointers.

Ducks prove they’re more than a ‘gimmick’ offense

DALLAS — Some may have snickered when Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston tried to tell reporters that the Rose Bowl could have gone either way. His point is understandable and one his coach Jimbo Fisher seemed to back up.

Buckeyes prove doubters wrong, overcome obstacles on way to title game

COLUMBUS, Ohio — After Ohio State took down Alabama in the Sugar Bowl to advance to the first College Football Playoff championship game, Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer was amazed to learn Oregon had so handily beaten Florida State in the Rose Bowl earlier on New Year’s Day.

Cougars snap Pac-12 road losing streak

BERKELEY, Calif. — At the conclusion of last year’s Pac-12 basketball season, Washington State was the only school without a conference win on the road.

Miles, Huskies’ offense looking to continue positive trend

TEMPE, Ariz. — The Washington Huskies started a quarterback this season who has a chance tonight to set a single-season school record for completion percentage, as well as the lowest interception percentage in UW single-season history and the fourth-best single-season passer rating in UW history.

Huskies look to bounce back

BERKLEY, Calif. — Given a second chance to forecast the Pac-12 men’s basketball race, most prognosticators would likely move Washington and California a little higher in their projections.