Motorists find Columbia Falls, Mont., man's body about 22 miles west of Leavenworth.
A Bellingham-based company has won the $4.5 million contract to complete necessary earthwork for a new fish passage to Cle Elum Dam.
TwispWorks to begin search for new executive director
Okanogan County residents Jake Walter, Georgina Walter, Logan Walter and George Friedlander were killed at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday in a head-on crash west of Davenport.
Here are the results from watercross racing Saturday and Sunday on the Columbia River in Pateros, Wash.
The state Department of Transportation has reopened Interstate 90 between Vantage and George as wildfire activity moves way from the highway and smoke dissipates.
Pilot auto-rotates aircraft to the ground and safely walks away from crash landing after engine failure.
Mount Hull area fire is one of 12 to start today in Okanogan County
Whistler Canyon Trail closed due to wildfire burning northwest of Summit Lake
Grant County crews are battling a wildfire affecting traffic on Interstate 90 between Vantage and George.
As the city of Pateros prepares for the observance of the one-year anniversary of the Carlton Complex Fire, meteorologists have issued a new Red Flag Warning for potential fires
The location of the crash is north of the Nighthawk border crossing
British Columbia officials have closed Canadian Highway 3 about 12 miles west of Osoyoos.
Take time Saturday to head to Pateros to help the community celebrate its rebirth. Take time to learn what it means to be “Pateros Strong.”
Helicopter crews using electronic, visual means to search for aircraft that crashed Saturday.
A fiber-optic line problem has knocked out all telephone service to Coulee City.
Girl claiming to be crash victim walks out of the mountains on Easy Pass trailhead.
The Grant County Sheriff's Office resumed searching today for the body of a man who went missing in Banks Lake last night.
The state has mobilized fire crews for several new blazes in Douglas County. The fires were started by lightning Friday evening, Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal said Saturday morning.
Five new fires were started by lightning Friday night in Okanogan County.
Wolverine Fire burning three miles north of Lucerne continues to grow; officials close trails leading into nearby Holden Village
Recognize environmental lawsuits for what they are — bully tactics to coerce public employees to conform to their extreme political agendas.
Officials have reopened the Douglas Falls Campground and lifted all fire evacuation levels as crews keep blaze to 332 acres.
According to Canadian wildfire officials, the fire is burning in the Long Draw Creek area west of Goodenough Peak.
Officials continue Level 2 fire evacuation notices in Lucerne and Holden Village areas near Lake Chelan.
The state has authorized mobilization for a fire that started about 12:15 p.m. today and has already grown to 2,500 acres.
Red Flag Warning has fire crews wary of possible fire expansion today
Fire burning brush and timber in remote area west of Keremeos, B.C., both north and south of the U.S.-Canada border.
Fire crews have protected all structures near the 350-acre fire north of the city of Colville.
A late Friday fire destroyed one house before firefighters could halt its march across sageland south of Omak
Wolverine Fire expected to grow in remote south shore area of Lake Chelan
About 140 firefighters are assigned to the 280-acre Williams Fire.
Crews kept busy with two new fires in the last 24 hours.
Forest officials turning fire management over to specialized team today
Aircraft assisting with fire burning on the Colville Indian Reservation north of Keller
Rock Creek management area south of Sprague continues to remain open to foot, horseback and bicycle access.
An incident command center has been established at Mansfield School.
It’s your right as an American to buy and shoot off fireworks. With that, fireworks freedom also comes responsibility.
Local fire crews contain South Pine Creek fire to a half-acre.
New GPS systems in cars, tablets and smartphones are not as user-friendly as I had hoped. So, sometimes, its better to just use an old-fashioned map.
Decisions about introducing predators into our area should be made locally, not by federal bureaucrats looking to pad their pockets and create legacies.
A Gebbers Farms-affiliated lumber yard is burning tonight less than a mile from the intersection of North Star and Three Devils roads.
State Department of Fish and Wildlife Sgt. Dan Christensen will be transporting the bear to Omak for a short health check before releasing the bear.
Okanogan County commissioners would be remiss if they don’t take another look at the procedural errors and reconsider their decision to vacate Three Devils Road.
Firefighters contain small blaze along state Highway 155 to about four acres.
Fire crews face hot temperatures today and tomorrow as they attempt to contain blaze in North Cascades National Park
Thunder Creek Fire grows to about 100 acres
Chiliwist residents raise more than $1,000 to help pay for a lawsuit against the county over Three Devils Road.
A local history buff wants to make yet another trip to Dead Horse Cliff, but is literally running into a roadblock, again. The information that can be found at Dead Horse Cliff is a significant part of local heritage and history. And an employee who is paid by tax dollars shouldn’t be standing in the way of learning more about our history.
Two bears released in a remote area 40 miles north of Leavenworth
Second fire of the season sparked by lightning in North Cascades National Park
Plan to be present to voice your concerns and offer your insights June 11 when federal employees come to listen to ideas on managing Pacific Northwest forests