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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

It flew! All-electric seaplane completes milestone first flight near Vancouver

A fully electric seaplane has made its first flight over the mouth of the Fraser River near Vancouver. The maiden flight represents a milestone in the... More » Listen to this story

Monday, December 09, 2019

Three unusual gifts from Northwest businesses for the person who has everything

In this season of holiday shopping, now is about the time when many of us get stuck and don't know what to get for someone on our gift list. There are... More » Listen to this story

Monday, December 09, 2019

In Southeastern Washington, Digging Into The Past To Find Fault Signs Of Future Shaking

Just off the highway near Washington’s Tri-Cities, 20 miles southeast of Pasco, Steve Angster steps into a giant trench. In it, the U.S. Geological... More » Listen to this story

Thursday, December 05, 2019

Washington car tab price cut remains on hold, so full bills due

Thursday was supposed to be the day that a Washington state ballot measure to lower car registration fees took effect. But the state Supreme Court has... More »

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Inslee appoints first Native American to Washington Supreme Court

In a barrier-breaking appointment, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has selected a Whatcom County judge to serve as the first known Native American justice on... More » Listen to this story

Monday, December 02, 2019

Rash Of Suspicious Haystack Fires In Central Washington Means Major Export Is Up In Smoke

A blazing haystack puts out a ton of heat and light, and smells like a big cigar. Early Saturday morning, Nov. 30, in Washington's Tri-Cities region, a... More »

Monday, December 02, 2019

The Big One, times two. Research shows Cascadia quakes sometimes trigger San Andreas fault

New earthquake research to be presented by Oregon-based geologists next week sounds like a B movie plot -- a great earthquake along the Pacific... More » Listen to this story

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Another Settlement Reached Over Columbia And Snake River Dams Leaking Oil

Operators at Chief Joseph Dam in eastern Washington will now have to reduce pollution from oil spills that leak into the Columbia River. That’s after... More »

Friday, November 22, 2019

As Yakima Loses Latinx Representation On City Council, Organizers Wonder What Happened

Tensions are typically high in the Yakima City Council chambers. That was especially true at a Nov. 5 council meeting. It was a regular Tuesday — one... More » Listen to this story

Thursday, November 21, 2019

A claw and a bat. People arm themselves as tensions rise over homeless RVs at the Capitol

In the shadow of Washington’s Capitol dome is a broad boulevard -- called Deschutes Parkway -- with a popular walking and running path that curves along... More » Listen to this story

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