Old farm warehouse may be saved as part of Hanford history

Historians say the warehouse represents all people who were evicted from their lands in 1943.

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Northwest

6 Amazon delivery robots invade Snohomish County — but where?

The company is conducting a test of wheeled drones in an undisclosed neighborhood starting Wednesday.

Presidential electors challenge fine for anti-Trump votes

The three Democrats had agreed to support Hillary Clinton but cast votes for Republican Colin Powell.

Proposed gun legislation draws crowds to Olympia

Per the bill, manufacturing undetectable or untraceable firearms would constitute a class A felony.

New trial starts for 2 charged in homeless camp killing

Being tried for again on murder and assault charges in connection with the Jan. 26, 2016, shooting.

Spokane airport sees record number of passengers in 2018

Airport officials say that’s a 12.6 percent increase from the year before.

Woman dies in Burien fire

About two dozen people from seven affected apartments are receiving assistance from the Red Cross.

Winter storm impacts schools in inland Northwest

Mountain areas received 10 to 15 inches of snow.

Oregon judge: Horses can’t sue of course

The horse’s lawyers are appealing the dismissal of a lawsuit filed on its behalf in a case of neglect.

Lawsuit: United Airlines failed to protect teen on flight

Claims staff only moved the teen a few rows away from man and allowed him to walk off the flight.

Most Read