SEATTLE — When Pam Johnson got a phone call Sept. 1 notifying her that her husband, Christian Johnson, had been hurt while fighting a wildfire in Okanogan County and was being airlifted to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center, she knew it was serious. But it wasn’t until she arrived at the ho…

SEATTLE — Seattle lost the title of the nation’s hottest housing market in August 2018 — but looking at home prices, which have stayed sky-high, that might be hard for shoppers to believe.

SPOKANE — The Spokane County real estate market was bustling with activity in August, but not enough to drive up home sales, as persistently high demand and low inventory continued to be the norm.

SEATTLE — The Seattle software engineer known online as “erratic,” who is accused of hacking into Capital One’s computer systems and compromising the personal data of more than 100 million customers, pleaded not guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to federal wire- and computer-fraud charges.

Let’s get this straight — the biggest financial institution based in this state is not renaming itself after an Egyptian political party from a century ago.

SEATTLE — Flanked by mayors and elected officials from across King County, county Executive Dow Constantine and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan outlined their proposed plan to merge the Puget Sound’s fragmented homelessness services into one regional authority. Now, they just need their respectiv…

KELSO — A Kelso marijuana producer is offering a $5,000 reward after a group of burglars stole up to 150 pounds of pot with a wholesale value of $250,000 early Sunday morning.

CLE ELUM — A 19-year-old hiker from Spokane was found dead Sunday after he left his hiking partners north of Cle Elum on Friday and did not return, according to the Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office.

RICHLAND — Not enough is known to decide on the best and most economical way to treat much of the low-activity radioactive waste in Hanford's underground tanks, said a committee of the National Academies of Sciences.

PULLMAN — Washington State University researchers believe they have come up with a home-run variety of wheat that grows well in the Northwest, produces high yields and provides premium noodle-making properties sought after by Asian countries in a market currently dominated by Australian growers.

SEATTLE — Suspected Capital One hacker Paige Thompson was indicted Wednesday, accused of not only penetrating the servers of a cloud-computing company, but of stealing data and using stolen computer power to "mine" cryptocurrency for her own benefit -- a practice known as "cryptojacking."

While Washington gets a lot of attention for being a millennial magnet, it’s also a great place to grow old, according to a new study from Senior Living, which found that our state has the eighth-highest life expectancy in the nation. Washington residents can expect to live an average of 80.…