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Of course I was going to be a fabulous parent. I was a parent educator, had spent all of my adult life working with children and teenagers, and I simply knew kids. I couldn’t wait.

Another summer has come and gone, and Congress still hasn’t passed legislation that would help end summer hunger for America’s kids.

I was highly skeptical of state GOP chair Susan Hutchison’s national convention declaration that Washington is a “swing” state in th

Cooking healthy meals can be difficult, especially when you’re pinching pennies.

In the far northeast reaches of our state, the bleached antler of a caribou sits quietly on a shelf in the back of a ranger station. Seemingly out of place, the antler is not as incongruous as it first appears.

Driving along I-90 in Kittitas County last week I noticed presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is well represented in political signs along the freeway.

As crowds surge in the security line at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on a recent day, a uniformed man and woman—until that moment standing quietly by the side of the line—suddenly swoop in and open a new security lane.

These days, Rick Steves is looking a lot less like a happy traveler and a lot more like a road warrior.

These days, you could call former Washington state Governor Christine Gregoire one of Seattle’s biggest boosters.

Spring arrived early in Seattle this year. Above average temperatures and dry days were the norm in February. The cherry trees at the University of Washington bloomed two weeks ahead of schedule.