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Washington is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America. The state is named after George Washington, the first President of the United States. It is the only U.S. state named after a U.S. citizen.

Washington was carved out of the western part of Washington Territory and admitted to the Union as the 42nd state in 1889. In 2006, the Census Bureau estimated the state's population at 6,395,798. Residents are called "Washingtonians" (emphasis on the third syllable, pronounced as tone). Washington is sometimes called Washington state to distinguish it from Washington, D.C., the US capital.

 

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In an effort to turn around slumping U.S. sales and improve the perception of its ingredients, McDonald’s is shifting into antibiotics-free chicken.

 

At age 23, Peterson is tantalizingly close to the major leagues, most likely headed to Class AAA Tacoma but trying to show he wouldn’t be out of place in the bigs.

 

Keep state universities accessible and affordable for the next generation.

 

The top pitching prospect, battling for the final spot in the starting rotation, throws two scoreless innings and allows one hit with two strikeouts in Seattle’s spring opener.

 

A look at the favorites and contenders in the Class 3A and 4A girls basketball tournaments.

 

A look at the favorites and contenders in the Class 3A and 4A boys basketball tournaments.

 

Seattle city officials must not leave Little Saigon behind, but those who live and work there ought to assume a greater role in controlling the district's future.

 

A newly designed version of George Balanchine’s “Nutcracker,” Jean-Christophe Maillot’s “Roméo et Juliette” and new ballets by Ju...

 

There’s no end to connecting the Internet to all manner of objects to create novel uses. The Mobile World Congress has been filled with these quirky innovations.

 

KING 5’s owner is moving the television station’s headquarters from South Lake Union to Home Plate Center in the Sodo neighborhood.

 
 

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KING 5 on Wednesday said it's relocating from South Lake Union to the new Home Plate Center campus in Seattle's Sodo neighborhood. It's a big switch for the Puget Sound region's first television stat...

 

Citing strong attendance figures and a culture that supports women's basketball, the Pac-12 Conference has signed a deal to keep its Women's Basketball Tournament at KeyArena through 2016. The tourna...

 

Costco is poised to report strong quarterly earnings Thursday, despite rising gas prices that threaten its margins. Costco (Nasdaq: COST) already broke out its January sales results and results for t...

 

New tools that allow consumers to try and demystify the cost of their upcoming medical procedures have become popular in recent years. But those tools often don't include the quality of the medical pr...

 

Banking leaders descended on Seattle this week to talk about the future of their industry at the Bank Innovation 2015 conference. The Puget Sound region is a tech-savvy market that tends to be pretty...

 

As former CEO of Seattle biotech Dendreon Corp. Mitchell Gold embarks on a new biotech immunotherapy company called Alpine Immune Sciences Inc., how will he ensure it doesn't meet the same fate as his...

 

Ballard is getting a public restroom and downtown Seattle's Occidental Park is getting "public furniture and event programming designed to engage residents and visitors." It's all part of a...

 

Porch CFO Jeff Dossett left the fast-growing home improvement company at the beginning of the month to join Los Angeles media company Good Worldwide Inc. Dossett changed his LinkedIn profile to say h...

 

In the last two weeks, Bertha made it 57 feet. That is just far enough for crews to start taking apart the tunnel-boring machine piece by piece. Seattle Tunnel Partners crews will have to partially t...

 
 

News for Tacoma Washington from The News Tribune

Spring projects sprout this time of year. March is a good time to restore and rejuvenate an old lawn, start some raised beds for vegetables and weed and mulch the…Click to Continue &...

 

White wines are generally less expensive than reds for a few reasons.Click to Continue »

 

LED lights offer the same color, brightness and quality of light compared with soon-to-be-gone incandescents.Click to Continue »

 

It happened to me last fall, when I got invited to a potluck at a historic house way out in the country.Click to Continue »

 

I use to use a recipe I got from the Chicago Tribune for making your own corned beef from scratch, using whatever cut of beef you wanted. Recipe dates back…Click to Continue &raq...

 

This hands-on recipe gives a classic coconut cookie (and Passover favorite) a chocolaty twist.Click to Continue »

 

If the candy man in "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" can - so can you. This spring, take a swing at sprinkling sweetness into your entertaining regimen.Click to Continue &r...

 

Eighty percent of faculty and staff at the four San Francisco archdiocese high schools subject to the archbishop's new moral strictures have signed a petition rejecting his additions to the&...

 

Norwegian Cruise Line has named company sales veteran Andy Stuart as president and chief operating officer after the sudden resignation of an executive who held the role for only a…C...

 

ATLANTA - For many students, the road to college begins before they ever set foot on a campus, with filling out a form - a long one.Click to Continue »

 
 

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