The Cougars overcame a delayed start to the season, a limited number of full-squad practices before their first match and several schedule revisions to finish 11-4 in the Pac-12 — their second-best conference winning percentage since the early 1980s.
…air defense of the white-supremacist “great replacement” theory.
Fox Corp. is standing behind Tucker Carlson after the Anti-Defamation League last week called for the company to fire the opinion host for his on-air defense of the white-supremacist “great replacement” theory.
Washington schools will soon have to test their taps for lead…
Washington schools will soon have to test their taps for lead and will be required to fix or replace faucets with concentrations higher than 5 parts per billion. The measure cleared a final legislative hurdle Sunday and now heads to...
…package and that he’s willing to compromise on the plan.
President Biden said Monday that he’s not simply going through the motions by meeting with congressional Republicans on his massive $2.3 trillion infrastructure package and that he’s willing to compromise on the plan.
First Mike Tyson climbed back in the ring, now former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield will, at the age of 58, stage an eight-round “exhibition” against 47-year-old Kevin McBride. And that, folks, tells you how far boxing has fallen.
…Redfield that critics have dismissed as a conspiracy theory.
Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent, said “there’s reason to suspect” the coronavirus escaped accidentally from a Chinese lab, supporting comments from former CDC Director Robert Redfield that critics have dismissed as a conspiracy theory.
The Capitals traded winger Jakub Vrana, Richard Panik, a first-round pick and a second-round pick to the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for winger Anthony Mantha — a blockbuster deal that signifies Washington’s pursuit of another Stanley Cup.
…based Oxford Property Group bought a 10-story office building in…
In a $119 million deal, Ontario-based Oxford Property Group bought a 10-story office building in South Lake Union with plans to convert it into lab space for “innovators, creators, scientists and more.”
Broadway theaters have been shuttered since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March of last year. The vaccination site will be open to workers in theater, film and TV. There is hope of reopening Broadway in the fall.
Offensive linemen are also a popular choice for the Seahawks with their first pick. With just three picks and the first…
Offensive linemen are also a popular choice for the Seahawks with their first pick. With just three picks and the first not until the second round, Seattle might have to play a game of wait and see who's available.
Truck driver Ahmed Shaaban said nothing was going through…
Truck driver Ahmed Shaaban said nothing was going through his mind as adrenaline coursed through his body and he slammed the gas pedal of his semi, causing the man to crash as he tried to speed through an intersection.
Police say U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents arrested Jesse L. Hartman on the bridge between San Diego and Tijuana. He was wanted in the March 21 killing of Wyatt Powell, who was found in a crashed vehicle with a...
In the video from a March 18 panel discussion, some participants said children should not wear masks. That goes against U.S. government guidelines. YouTube said the video violated its policy against medical misinformation.
…Family Services of Greater Vancouver, Greater Vancouver Food Bank, B.C.
Along with B.C. Cancer, five other charities are partners in this year’s Virtual Race: B.C. SPCA, Family Services of Greater Vancouver, Greater Vancouver Food Bank, B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation, and Ronald McDonald House B.C. and Yukon.
New information continues to emerge about the Jan. 6 insurrection, along with new security concerns, as Congress tries to figure out how to move forward and prevent future attacks. Here's where things stand and what's in the works.
Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras have agreed to temporarily deploy troops to help reduce the tide of immigration…
Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras have agreed to temporarily deploy troops to help reduce the tide of immigration to the U.S. border. Migration has risen sharply since President Joe Biden took office in January.