Pacific Coast Canola produces up to 120,000 gallons of oil daily at a crushing plant near Moses Lake.
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OLYMPIA — Emergency officials are a critical step closer to ensuring that their ability to mobilize resources for fighting wildfires also applies to disasters such as the Oso mudslide.
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday signed a bill that includes $1.2 million to help landowners who suffered losses in the Carlton Complex Fires, and the flooding that resulted from it.
When a major earthquake strikes the Northwest, destructive shaking won’t be the only thing the region has to worry about.
MONTGOMERY, W.Va. — Small fires continued to burn for a third day at the site of the latest crude oil train derailment, more than 100 people remain locked out of their homes and investigators trying to determine the cause endured work in subzero temperatures.
An unusually warm winter has created record-low snowpacks across Washington and Oregon, and the region is running out of time to make up the deficit.
U.S. regulators joined the investigation into a fiery CSX Corp. oil-train derailment in West Virginia that forced residents to flee their homes in frigid weather and threatened drinking water.
OLYMPIA — “Revenge porn” — what some call the posting of intimate photos of a former partner online without their permission — may be a bigger problem than legislators realized.
OLYMPIA — Four military heroes, four medals of honor, 4 miles of U.S. Highway 101.
Washington is following the lead of other West Coast states in cutting greenhouse gas tailpipe emissions as part of the global effort to combat climate change.
OLYMPIA — Bipartisan negotiations may have broken the Senate gridlock over how to fix problems with the state’s roads and bridges, generating a plan to spend nearly $15 billion over 16 years, including about $970 million in the Spokane area.
OLYMPIA — Major changes to the state’s largely unregulated medical marijuana industry passed the Senate after sponsors beat back a challenge to requirements for a patient database and a plea to let recreational users grow their own.
OLYMPIA — There’s a new wrinkle in the debate on whether student test scores should be used to evaluate teachers and principals in Washington public schools.
SALEM, Ore. — Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber announced his resignation Friday, ending weeks of speculation about whether he could lead the state with the cloud of at least two investigations into possible ethical breaches hanging over his head.
OLYMPIA — This sounds familiar.