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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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News for Washington from The Seattle Times

Village Theatre’s 2015-16 schedule lineup includes favorite musicals as well as the Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Crimes of the Heart” and the premiere of “My He...

 

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

 
 

Latest news for Seattle Washington from Puget Sound Business Journal

Paul Allen's superyacht M/Y Octopus isn't just for luxury cruising, apparently. The Microsoft co-founder and his team discovered the remains of a massive Japanese battleship that was sunk off the Phil...

 

Taking on the 800-pound gorilla that is Amazon Web Services isn't a decision to be taken lightly. But taking on Amazon is something Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba knows a thing or two about. Alibab...

 

Steve Ballmer, the Seattle Chamber of Commerce and the state teacher's union all agree on at least one thing: The Washington state Legislature needs to pass a bill to expand computer science education...

 

Two of the Northwest's largest shipyards are merging, creating a combined entity that will generate $650 million in revenue this year. Portland-based Vigor Industrial LLC is acquiring Seattle-based K...

 

Despite its location in the heart of Ballard's new shopping district, the Mars Hill church will remain a sanctuary. On Tuesday, Colliers International announced that a nearby church won the bidding w...

 

Ever wanted to know what Kurt Cobain's teen spirit smells like? Now you can the Nirvana rocker's childhood home in Aberdeen is for sale for $400,000. According to a Redfin listing, the 1,522-square-...

 

In a sharply worded document, some of the region's largest real estate developers appealed a city of Seattle decision related to the controversial tax on most construction. The tax would be used to fu...

 

China's direct challenge to Boeing's most popular aircraft is now taking shape in a Shanghai suburb, with first flight possible late this year. The C919, built by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation ...

 

What are the most pressing issues in health care? What areas of the industry have made good progress in light of health reform, and which parts need more fixing? Those questions were the backbone of ...

 

A 6-year-old tech company called Tune and longtime general contractor Lease Crutcher Lewis soon will have some the coolest office space in town. They, along with architecture firm Weinstein A+U, this...

 
 

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 »

 

You need not have cousins in Cork or Mayo to stir up a few Irish dishes. Not with this trio of cookbooks with their enticing recipes and beautiful photos.Click to Continue » ...

 

St. Patrick's Day deserves Irish food, and Irish food deserves Irish beer.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...

 

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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