SEATTLE (AP) — The Center for Whale Research has confirmed that another baby orca has been born to a pod of endangered southern resident orcas that frequent Puget Sound. It’s the second calf born this month for
OLYMPIA — As the holiday travel season approaches, United Airlines announced it would be the first U.S. based airline to offer COVID-19 tests to its passengers. The cost of the test is reported at $250, providing results in 15
SEATTLE (AP) — Court documents say a 28-year-old woman was found dead in a Seattle apartment after a man walked into the King County Jail and said he wanted to turn himself in for homicide. The Seattle
The Pac-12 has set a Nov. 6 start date for a seven-game football season. The conference’s CEO group of university presidents voted unanimously to resume football and basketball, lifting a Jan. 1 moratorium on athletic competition for
TURNER, Ore. (AP) — Reports are coming in that smoke from the West Coast wildfires has tainted grapes in some of the nation’s most celebrated wine regions. Some growers are saying the resulting ashy flavor could spell
SEATTLE (AP) — In another struggle over protest symbols in the workplace, employees at Seattle-area QFC and Fred Meyer stores are saying a ban on “Black Lives Matter” buttons violates federal labor law and their union contract.
WARRENTON, Ore. (AP) — County officials say 77 workers at a seafood processing plant on the Oregon coast have tested positive for the coronavirus. The Astorian reports Pacific Seafood used a private lab earlier this week to
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Two companies that do work at a former nuclear weapons production plant will pay fines of nearly $58 million for improperly billing the federal government for thousands of hours of work that were