SAN JOSE, Calif. — Through her 20s and early 30s, pediatrician Kristie Manning was so neck-deep in medical school and training that she had no time to focus on having children. Still single, the Pleasanton, Calif., native isn’t ready to start a family by herself.
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ST. LOUIS — News that Michael Brown was wanted as a robbery suspect could put a fresh light on his killing by a Ferguson police officer, a use-of-force expert said Friday.
For the first time in more than a month, there are no fire evacuation orders in Okanogan County.
SEATTLE — A Washington State Ferries executive has been placed on paid administrative leave and his ticket-seller son is appealing a termination for allegedly stealing.
A fire ripped through a Hazel Dell church early Sunday morning, causing an estimated $1.5 million in damage, and investigators with the Clark County Fire Marshal’s Office are asking for any witnesses to come forward with information in the case.
The cost for a middle-income family to raise a child born in 2013 to age 18 rose to $245,340, up 1.8 percent from the previous year, according to a government report released Monday.
More than a third of Americans have no retirement savings, and millennials feel more financially secure than other age groups despite being the least likely to have socked away any cash for their golden years, a new survey shows.
For the first time ever, cable companies have more Internet broadband subscribers than TV service subscribers, a new report says.
Here comes the swarm. Scientists at Harvard University have created the first 1,000-strong swarm of robots that can assemble themselves into different shapes upon command.
Green Lady Marijuana is ready to open this weekend as Olympia’s first recreational marijuana retailer.
More than 100 severely mentally ill patients in need of care could be released from Washington hospitals before the end of the month, as the state struggles to comply with a recent ban on warehousing psychiatric patients in emergency rooms.
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife has extended the public comment period for potential changes to the state’s rules for in-water construction that may affect fish habitat. The comment period was originally slated to end Friday.
OKANOGAN — The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced today that federal disaster aid will be available to state, tribal and local governments affected by wildfires from July 9 to Aug. 5.
FERGUSON, Mo. — Police in Ferguson, Mo., on Wednesday have asked protesters to peacefully rally only during daylight hours following another night of unrest in the St. Louis suburb. The plea comes after an officer shot and critically wounded a man who police say pointed a handgun at the officer early Wednesday in Ferguson, where the fatal shooting of an unarmed young black man by an officer has triggered demonstrations, street clashes and looting.
The voice. If you heard it once, you never forgot. So distinctive was its smoky, sexual growl, you could pick it out of a lineup.