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Under guise of nonprofit caring for rescued horses, allegations of animal cruelty arose.
Another group has proposed a low-interest loan program, to help women- and minority-owned startups.
Citizen Solutions wants $1.1 million it says it’s owed by backers of the affirmative action law.
The governor skipped a meeting about tax breaks he said Boeing squeezed out of the state.
When finished, it will be the largest of its kind in the state
Kent senator accused fellow Democratic Caucus members in June
She told police she was sexually assaulted in her room. Detectives said she lied. She didn’t.
Teens, age 14-17, in Department of Ecology Youth Corps program clean up to protect the environment in four-week job opportunity.
Leilani Gennings to appeal sentencing of Michael Rogers after he received 8 years for killing her son.
Money will go toward early education and postsecondary support.
The report was originally due in October but has been extended until next spring.
Once drained for farming, 150 acres at Port Susan is returning to its natural state.
Inslee knew vetoing a single sentence was unusual. A court may be asked to decide if it was legal.
The statement, written by the Tulalip Tribes, will be read after the flag salute at each meeting.
Artist Tim Leonard’s neon signs bring a pop of color to laid-back village by the sea.
It’s set to reap $100 million over the next 20 years from state coffers.
After a vehicle cut in line at the Fauntleroy dock Saturday, a confrontation ensued.
I’m not exactly your picturesque fan — but I love a good monster truck show, and here’s why.
Dustyn Hunt-Bagby was visiting his girlfriend near Silver Lake when her father allegedly shot him.
The Hokkaido gypsy moth trapped in Woodway in July might be the first ever found in the U.S.