A new report from a Yakima-based trade group is the first step toward a more environmentally sustainable hop industry.
The state says the for-profit thrift store chain wrapped itself in ‘a charitable veneer’ and violated consumer protection laws. The company says it’s done nothing wrong.
The Pay Up policy would provide a base-pay equivalent to Seattle's minimum wage, along with other worker protections for app-based workers.
Most waste decisions are out of reach of consumers, who have the packaging chosen for them by manufacturers.
In its season debut, Civic Cocktail hosts a discussion with local historians and a futurist on what was and what will be in the Emerald City.
The longtime Wallingford bookstore — one of the few poetry-only shops in the country — reopens just in time for National Poetry Month.
Like much of the West Coast, the state needs a regulatory overhaul if it wants to take advantage of emerging ocean aquaculture.
The Valley Mall in Union Gap is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Here's its secret to success.
With limited IT resources, smaller public agencies in the state are among recent targets for ransomware attacks.
Business was once seen as a way to stabilize U.S. and Russian relations. Not anymore.
Organizations are taking the Small Business Administration to court after being denied funds from a federal relief program for arts venues.
With interest in snow sports on the rise, ski areas look for ways to remain sustainable and satisfy skiers
The Bainbridge invention is skyrocketing in popularity, and even seeking Olympic status.
The former mayoral candidate hopes to make the Indigenous art and lifestyle business into a global brand.
The company makes swarms of realistic winged insects for customers across the world.
Nurses say the changes that would make them stay on staff — retention bonuses, compensation to work extra shifts, guaranteed rest breaks — have yet to be meaningfully implemented.