Gov. Jay Inslee announced the order will end nearly three years after he first issued it.
Episode 7 in this special podcast series explores the release of unredacted photos showing Jeffrey Nelson’s tattoos.
Department of Health reminds Washingtonians to stay indoors when smoke is in the air.
The bill includes provisions to reduce prescription drug prices and climate change investments.
Julie Anderson called Steve Hobbs an “inexperienced political appointee.” He’s been in the job since Inslee put him there in November.
If you’ve never visited the Paradise area of Mt. Rainier, there’s still time this summer to correct that grievous error.
Carnation Farms’ processing plant was a critical resource for many small livestock producers.
A swell of electoral support for Democrats pushed turnout higher in primary. Republicans look to adjust for November
Dow Constantine and Leo Flor uphold belief in the housing first approach.
Stargazers can track Perseids at sites around Washington state.
Jim Ferrell and Leesa Manion clash over restorative justice programs in the county.
As of Aug. 3, at least 166 people in Washington had tested positive for the monkeypox virus.
PSE proposal could hike electric by $16, gas by $12 per month to average bill in 2023
State invests in emergency measures to stop the spread.
Stuart Reges says University of Washington’s statement is “hollow” without “concrete action.”
Another heatwave is on its way toward the greater Seattle area, with temperatures in the mid-90s likely throughout the week…
Harvey Page of Shoreline went missing July 21.
Trauma and the stigma of prison create barriers for those who are trying to reenter society and atone for past mistakes.
Games generated $17.7 billion in sales, $2.4 billion for education and $10.5 billion in prizes.
The DSHS benefits program assists school-aged children facing food insecurity.